List of Schooners - Historical Schooners

Historical Schooners

  • A. W. Greely (Donald II)
  • Albatross
  • Alvin Clark
  • America
  • American Spirit
  • Annie Larsen
  • Arbuthnot
  • Atlantic
  • Benjamin C. Cromwell
  • Bertha L. Downs
  • Bethune Blackwater Schooner
  • Bluenose
  • Booya
  • Casuarina (schooner)
  • Chasseur
  • Carroll A. Deering
  • Clipper City
  • Coverack
  • Cymric
  • Delawana
  • Diosa del Mar
  • Dorothea Weber
  • Empire Cononley
  • Empire Contamar
  • Enterprize
  • Equator
  • Esperanto
  • Fort Chesterfield
  • Governor Ames
  • Happy Harry
  • Heimat
  • Helen Miller Gould
  • Henry Ford
  • Henry Roop
  • HMS Pickle
  • HMS Pictou
  • HMS Sultana
  • HMS Whiting
  • Hope Haynes
  • Ilsley
  • Inca (schooner) (5-masted)
  • Independence
  • James Postlethwaite
  • Joffre (shipwreck, listed on the American National Register of Historic Places)
  • La Amistad
  • Liverpool Packet
  • Lucia A. Simpson
  • SS Mahratta
  • Margarethe
  • Mary B Mitchell
  • Olad
  • Paul Palmer (5-masted)
  • Phoenix
  • Pretoria
  • Pride of Baltimore
  • Reaper
  • Result in Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
  • River Witham
  • Rouse Simmons
  • St Helena
  • Samuel P. Ely
  • S/V Fantome
  • Staysail schooner Nina
  • Rebecca
  • The Postboy
  • The Royalist
  • Tho Pa Ga
  • Thomas W. Lawson
  • Tyrronall
  • USRC Crawford
  • USRC Dexter
  • USRC Gallatin
  • USRC Hamilton
  • USRC Ingham
  • USRC Jackson
  • USRC Jefferson
  • USRC McLane
  • USRC Morris
  • USRC Rush
  • USRC Taney
  • USRC Washington
  • USRC Wolcott
  • USS Alligator
  • USS Dolphin (1821)
  • USS Enterprise (1799)
  • USS Hannah, first armed American naval vessel
  • USS Lynx (1814)
  • USS Yankton
  • Virgen de Covadonga
  • Wuta
  • Wyoming
  • Zawisza Czarny I

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