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Photographer:John Kohnen [View profile]Title:LynxAdded:May 05, 2005
Captured:IMO:UnavailableHits:1,097
Photo Category: Traditional rig sailing ships from 120'(36.6m) LOA
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ON 1114674. Practical interpretation of a US War of 1812 privateer schooner, built by Rockport Marine at Rockport, Maine in 2001 (Port Townsend, Washington, September 6, 2003)
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Guest on Feb 09, 2009 16:22 (7 years ago)
Awesome capture of an awesome ship well done.Thanks for posting here.
Guest on Nov 10, 2007 12:21 (9 years ago)
Hi John

Nice set of photographs and I thought you might like to see this additional detail from http://www.tallship-fan.de/index_e.htm

Registered port: Portsmouth
Nation: USA
Type of rigging: TOPPSEGELSCHONER
Year built: 2001
Yard: Rockport Marine, Rockport, Maine, USA
Overall length: 37.18 m
Length (hull): 23.77 m
Breadth: 7.00 m
Draught: 2.62 m
Sail area: 450 m2
Ship's hull: Holz / Wood
Power: 290 PS
Engine: Hundested Diesel

# built at Rockport Marine after a design by Melbourne Smith, her keel was laid in October 1999,
launched on July 28, 2001; she represents a medium-sized privateer Baltimore Clipper schooner,
interpreting the American privateer "Lynx", initiator of the project was Woodson K. Woods,
who assembled an experienced crew to support his vision to create this piece of living
American history.
# she is a scaled down Baltimore Clipper that was originally built for the War of 1812 at
Fells Point, Maryland; the original "Lynx" was captured by the British in 1813 and served
as a Royal Navy vessel under the name "Mosquidobit" until 1820.

Ship has a web site @ http://www.privateerlynx.com/

Regards

Steve Ellwood
Michel Gosselin on Oct 11, 2005 22:12 (11 years ago)
that's a great shot her side with all the sails
up, love it. :-D
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