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Photographer:Pompey [View profile]Title:Pride of Baltimore IIAdded:Jul 06, 2005
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Photo Category: Traditional rig sailing ships from 120'(36.6m) LOA
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PRIDE OF BALTIMORE departs Portsmouth for IFR 28 Jun 05
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Guest on Nov 13, 2007 17:38 (9 years ago)
Hi Pompey

The ship is Pride of Baltimore II - I have amended the name and relocated your photograph to the TALL SHIPS CATEGORY.

This information from http://www.tallship-fan.de/index_e.htm

Registered port: Baltimore
Nation: USA
Type of rigging: TOPPSEGELSCHONER
Year built: 1988
Yard: Inner Habour, Baltimore
Overall length: 52.42 m
Length (hull): 29.42 m
Breadth: 7.93 m
Draught: 3.76 m
Sail area: 970 m2
Ship's hull: Holz / Wood
Power: 280 PS
Engine: 2 * 140 PS Caterpillar

# in 1977 the "Pride of Baltimore" was launched, the ship was lost in a storm at the coast of Puerto Rico
# "Pride of Baltimore II" was commisioned in 1988, she is a Goodwill Ambassador of the State of Maryland and the Port of Baltimore
# replica of an 1812-era topsail schooner, sometimes called Baltimore Clipper, well-designed hull together with a high sail area made these ships very fast
# differencies between the "Pride of Baltimore II" and the original ship include a larger hull, watertight bulkheads, more ballast, more engine power and modern electronic navigation systems
# completely dismasted in the Bay of Biscay between France and Spain in September 2005, on her way to the Tall Ships' Festival in Santander,
cause by a squall she first lost her bowsprit following both masts, none of the 18 crew member were hurt, she was brought to Saint-Nazaire,
France

The Ship has a web site @ http://www.intandem.com/NewPrideSite/PrideHome.html

Regards

Steve Ellwood (admin)
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