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BECALMED AT SUNRISE
A British squadron puts into Fermain Bay to fill their water casks.
DEPARTING ST. PETER PORT
A stormy afternoon sees a frigate leaving St Peter Port for Portsmouth.
EAST INDIAMAN
East Indiamen sailed to the Indies in large fleets. They looked so much like warships that often they arrived unchallenged.
OFF THE FRENCH COAST, 1820'S
A French cutter is seen under bare poles on the Normandy coast as a boat rows out to the fleet.
THERMOPYLAE AND CUTTY SARK
1872 - During the Great Tea Race of 1872, after departing the Shanghai River on June 18, Thermopylae and Cutty Sark passed and re-passed each other on the run up to and across the Indian Ocean, until the Cutty Sark lost her rudder in a gale. The Thermopylae raced home to win. Cutty Sark returned 7 days later after making and fitting a new rudder at sea in stormy conditions.
WASP AND PRESIDENT
American warships of the 1812/15 war over English and American sailors rights, the diminutive American fleet fared spectacularly well.
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