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Shin Tanegashima Maru (ship, 1993)[edit]

in built in Japan, built in 1993, IMO 9083976, RoRo ships, Ships of Japan

Cisne Branco (ship, 2000)[edit]

WP: pt:NVe Cisne Branco (U-20) de:Cisne Branco en:Cisne Branco es:NVe Cisne Branco (U-20) fr:Cisne Branco
in built in the Netherlands, built in 2000, IMO 9203320, Naval ships of Brazil, Tall ships of Brazil, Three-masted ships

P843 Groningen (ship, 2013)[edit]

in built in the Netherlands, built in 2012, Patrol vessels of the Netherlands, with pennant number 843, Naval ships of the Netherlands by name

Shearwater (ship)[edit]

in Ships of the United Kingdom, Ship categories with missing year

Hibiscus (ship, 1994)[edit]

WP: ja:鹿児島商船#船舶
in built in Japan, built in 1994, IMO 9100279, RoRo ferries, Ships of Japan

Miyarabi (ship, 1995)[edit]

in RKK Line, RoRo ships, IMO 9105487, built in Japan, built in 1995, Blue and white watercraft

Commodore (ship, 1875)[edit]

in Scrapped ships, World War I ships of the United States, built in 1875, built in Ohio, Package steamers

Hurlbut W. Smith (ship, 1903)[edit]

in built in 1903, built in New York, Scrapped ships, Ship disasters in 1907, Ship disasters in 1958, Lakers (ships)

L. C. Waldo (ship, 1896)[edit]

in Lakers (ships), built in 1896, built in Michigan, Ship disasters in 1913, sunk in 1943, sunk in 1967, Great Lakes American steam vessels

York (ship, 1792)[edit]

in Transport on the Great Lakes, built in 1792, built in Ontario, Ship disasters in 1799, Schooners

Myron C. Taylor (ship, 1929)[edit]

in Lakers (ships), built in Michigan, built in 1929, Great Lakes American steam vessels, Scrapped ships

John G. Munson (ship, 1952)[edit]

in built in 1952, built in Wisconsin, Lakers (ships)

Victory (ship, 1895)[edit]

in 1913 Great Lakes storm: Ships, built in 1895, built in Illinois, Lakers (ships)

Fraternité (ship, 1986)[edit]

in Yole de Bantry en France, Sailboats in France, Rowboats, Brest, France, Lambézellec, built in 1986, Boats in Finistère

USNS Schuyler Otis Bland (T-AK-277)[edit]

WP: de:Schuyler Otis Bland (AK-277) en:USNS Schuyler Otis Bland (T-AK-277)
in built in 1950, Cargo ships of the United States Navy, with pennant number 277

Comet (ship, 1857)[edit]

in built in Ohio, built in 1857, Great Lakes American steam vessels

G.L. Ostrander (tugboat, 1976)[edit]

in built in 1976, built in Louisiana, Lakers (ships), Tugboats of the United States

Integrity (ship, 1996)[edit]

in built in 1996, Lakers (ships), built in Wisconsin

Comeza Lisboa (ship, 1997)[edit]

in Sailing ships of Croatia, One-masted ships, Fishing boats, built in 1997

William Nottingham (ship, 1902)[edit]

in built in 1902, built in New York, Scrapped ships, Ship disasters in 1907, Lakers (ships)

G.J. Grammer (ship, 1902)[edit]

in 1913 Great Lakes storm: Ships, Great Lakes American steam vessels, Lakers (ships), built in 1902, built in Wisconsin

Cedarglen (ship, 1959)[edit]

in IMO 5103974, built in 1959, built in Germany, Lakers (ships)

Marquette (tugboat, 1942)[edit]

in built in 1942, built in Louisiana, Tugboats of the United States Army, Dredge ships of the United States Army Corps of Engineers

Nippon Maru (ship, 1898)[edit]

in Passenger ships of Japan, built in 1898, built in the United Kingdom, Ocean liners

Woolloomooloo (ship, 1852)[edit]

in built in Aberdeen, built in 1852, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Barques, Three-masted ships, Clippers

Norwegian Breakaway (ship, 2013)[edit]

WP: en:Norwegian Breakaway de:Norwegian Breakaway no:«Norwegian Breakaway»
in IMO 9606912, Cruise ships, Norwegian Cruise Lines ships, built at Meyer Werft, Papenburg, built in 2013

Le Griffon (ship, 1679)[edit]

in built 1679, sunk in 1679, Sailing ships, built in Ontario, Transport on the Great Lakes

Eastern City (ship, 1853)[edit]

in built in New Jersey, built in 1853, Black Ball Line, Sailing ships of the United States, Three-masted ships, Fully rigged ships, Clippers, sunk in 1858

KZ1 (ship, 1988)[edit]

WP: de:KZ1 en:KZ1 (yacht) it:KZ1 (imbarcazione) ru:KZ1
in Sailing yachts of New Zealand, Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum, Museum ships of New Zealand, White boats, 90 footers, America's Cup challenger yachts, built in 1988

ARA General San Martín (Q-4)[edit]

WP: ru:ARA General San Martín (Q-4)
in Antártida Argentina, Icebreakers of Argentina, Auxiliary ships of Argentina, Transport in Antarctica, Jose de San Martín, built in 1954, with pennant number 4

ARA Bahía Paraíso (B-1)[edit]

WP: pt:ARA Bahía Paraíso (B-1) ru:ARA Bahía Paraíso (B-1)
in Antártida Argentina, Icebreakers of Argentina, Auxiliary ships of Argentina, Transport in Antarctica, built in 1981, built at Astillero Príncipe, Menghi y Penco, with pennant number 1

Sassari Primo (ship, 1980)[edit]

in built in 1980, Shipwrecks in Italy

America (ship, 1854)[edit]

in Great Lakes Canadian steam vessels, Transport on the Great Lakes, Passenger steamer, built in 1854, built in Ontario, named America

York (ship, 1799)[edit]

in Transport on the Great Lakes, built in 1792, built in Ontario, Ship disasters in 1799, Schooners

NZL 82 (ship, 2002)[edit]

WP: en:NZL 82 es:NZL 82 sv:New Zealand (IACC NZL 82)
in America's Cup defender yachts

Ehrensvärd (ship, 1978)[edit]

in Suomenlinna ferries, built in 1978, built in Finland

Marquette (tug, 1942)[edit]

in built in 1942, built in Louisiana, Tugboats of the United States Army, Dredge ships of the United States Army Corps of Engineers

Emma Hayward (ship, 1871)[edit]

in built in Oregon, built in 1871, Sternwheel riverboats, Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet, Steamboats of the Columbia River, Paddle steamers by name

Sundew (ship, 1944)[edit]

WP: en:USCGC Sundew (WLB-404)
in built in 1944, Iris class buoy tender, World War II ships of the United States, Museum ships of the United States, with pennant number 404, built at Marine Ironworks and Shipbuilding, Duluth

Capt. Schepler (ship, 1986)[edit]

in built in 1986, Ferries in Michigan, built in Louisiana

Speranto (ship)[edit]

in Péniches, Barges of Belgium, Ship categories with missing year

Jane Williamson (ship, 1870)[edit]

in built in England, built in 1870, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Brigs (ship), Two-masted ships, Wooden ships, sunk in 1917

Caledonia (ship, 1814)[edit]

WP: da:Caledonia
in built in 1814, built in Port Glasgow, Paddle steamers of the United Kingdom, Paddle steamers of Denmark, Steamships of Denmark

Spabunker Cuarenta (ship, 2008)[edit]

in built in Spain, built in 2008, IMO 9416886, Oil tankers, Ships of Spain

America (ship, 1898)[edit]

in National Register of Historic Places in Keweenaw County, Michigan, Isle Royale National Park, Shipwrecks in Michigan, sunk in 1928, built in Michigan, built in 1898, Great Lakes American steam vessels, named America

Pola (ship, 1870)[edit]

in built in Austria, built in 1870, Sail-steamers of Austria, Reseach ships of Austria

De Hoop (ship)[edit]

in Barges of the Netherlands, Ship categories with missing year

Vatslav Vorovskiy (ship, 1959)[edit]

in built at Mathias-Thesen-Werft Wismar, built in 1959, Cruise ships, Passenger ships of Russia, named after people, Mikhail Kalinin class passenger ship/Project 101, Ships of Murmansk, Sunken ships, IMO 5429407

Hibernia (ship, 1842)[edit]

WP: cs:RMS Hibernia
in Steamships of the United Kingdom, Cunard Line ships, Three-masted ships

Lone Fox (ship, 1957)[edit]

in Two-masted ships, built at Alexander Robertson & Sons, Sandbank

Cissie (ship, 1883)[edit]

in built at Russell & Co shipyard, built in 1883, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Barques, Four-masted ships

Uruguay (ship, 1910)[edit]

in Ships of Uruguay, built in 1910

Veronica (ship, 1879)[edit]

in built in 1879, built in Canada, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Three-masted ships, Barques, Wooden ships, sunk in 1902

Sovereign (ship, 1963)[edit]

in 12-metre class, America's Cup challenger yachts

Duke of Argyll (ship, 1865)[edit]

in built in Dumbarton, built in 1865, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Fully rigged ships, Three-masted ships

Ikra (ship, 1964)[edit]

in 12-metre class

Enterprise (ship, 1930)[edit]

in J-class, William Starling Burgess, America's Cup defender yachts, America's Cup winning yachts, Harold Vanderbilt

Sceptre (ship, 1958)[edit]

WP: en:Sceptre (yacht)
in America's Cup challenger yachts, 12-metre class

Ranger (ship, 2003)[edit]

in Replicas of sailing ships, built in Denmark, Ranger (ship, 1937)

Veronica (ship, 1870)[edit]

in Barques, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Three-masted ships, built in 1870

KZ1 (yacht)[edit]

WP: de:KZ1 en:KZ1 (yacht) it:KZ1 (imbarcazione) ru:KZ1
in Sailing yachts of New Zealand, Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum, Museum ships of New Zealand, White boats, 90 footers, America's Cup challenger yachts

RX134 Stacey Marie (ship, 1961)[edit]

in Fishing vessels by license number, Fishing ships of the United Kingdom

Voyage (ship, 1997)[edit]

in ENI 06003666, Ships of the Netherlands, built in Russia, Cargo ships

RX118 Moonshine (ship, 1967)[edit]

in Fishing vessels by license number, Fishing ships of the United Kingdom

RX1066 Senlac Jack (ship, 2005)[edit]

in Fishing vessels by license number, Fishing ships of the United Kingdom

Quality Star (ship, 1981)[edit]

in built in 1981, built in the Netherlands, IMO 8003503, Dredge ships, Ships of Belize

Mekhanik Frolov (tugboat, 2000)[edit]

in built in 2000, built in Turkey, IMO 9201994, Tugboats of Russia

ENI 05018640[edit]

HMS Devonshire (ship, 1904)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Devonshire (1904) fi:HMS Devonshire (1904)
in Devonshire class cruiser (1903), built in 1904

Le Don du Vent[edit]

in Sailing ships of France, 1940s ships, built in Germany, Two-masted ships

HMS Drake (ship, 1901)[edit]

WP: de:HMS Drake (1901) en:HMS Drake (1901)
in Drake class cruiser, built in 1901

USCG Sundew[edit]

in United States Coast Guard boats, Museum ships of the United States, USCGC Sundew (WLB-404)

Themistocles (ship)[edit]

in Ships of the Greek War of Independence, Sailing ships of Greece

Australia II (ship, 1982)[edit]

WP: de:Australia II en:Australia II sv:Australia II
in Sailing yachts of Australia, Sailing yachts by name, 1983 America's Cup, Museum ships of Australia, 1980s sailing yachts, 12-metre class, Australian National Maritime Museum, built in 1982, Yachts on land

Ottawa (ship, 1944)[edit]

in built in 1944, built in the United States, Tolland class attack cargo ships, World War II amphibious warfare vessels of the United States, named Ottawa

Ottawa (ship, 1861)[edit]

in Unadilla class gunboat, built in the United States, built in 1861, named Ottawa, Sailing ships

Adler Vineta (ship, 1980)[edit]

WP: de:Adler Vineta
in Adler-Schiffe, Passenger ships of Germany, IMO 7904578, built at Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, built in 1980

HMS Calliope (ship, 1887)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Calliope (1884)
in Calypso class corvette, Three-masted ships, built in 1887

HMS Empress of India (ship, 1891)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Empress of India (1891) es:HMS Empress of India (1891)
in Royal Sovereign class battleship, built in 1891

Rica Costa (ship, 1982)[edit]

in Fishing boats of Portugal, Fishing ships of Portugal, Gillnetters, built in 1982

Nicola (ship, 1961)[edit]

in Ships of BC Ferries, built in 1961, built in Canada

Comeza Lisboa (ship)[edit]

in Sailing ships of Croatia, One-masted ships, Fishing boats

Jukkokubune (Fushimi, Kyoto)[edit]

in Ujigawa-haryu, Passenger ships of Japan

HMS Trafalgar (ship, 1888)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Trafalgar (1887) es:HMS Trafalgar (1887)
in Trafalgar class battleship, built in 1888

Island Sky (ship, 2008)[edit]

in Ships of BC Ferries, built in 2008, built in Canada

HMS Illustrious (ship, 1896)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Illustrious (1896)
in Majestic class battleship, built in 1896

HMS Hood (ship, 1891)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Hood (1891) de:HMS Hood (1891) es:HMS Hood (1891) hu:HMS Hood (csatahajó)
in Royal Sovereign class battleship, built in 1891

Sweepstakes (ship, 1867)[edit]

WP: en:Sweepstakes (schooner)
in Barges of Canada, Schooners, Shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, Fathom Five National Marine Park, sunk in 1885, built in 1867

HMS Resolution (ship, 1892)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Resolution (1892)
in Royal Sovereign class battleship, built in 1892

Polarfuchs (ship, 1982)[edit]

WP: de:Polarfuchs (1982)
in built at Fassmer Werft, built in 1982, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, Research ships of Germany

HMS Calypso (ship, 1883)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Calypso (1883)
in Calypso class corvette, built in 1883, Three-masted ships

HMS Argyll (ship, 1904)[edit]

WP: en:HMS Argyll (1904) fi:HMS Argyll (1904) ja:アーガイル (装甲巡洋艦)
in Devonshire class cruiser (1903), named after places, with 4 funnels, built in 1904

Veronica (bark, 1870)[edit]

in Barques, Sailing ships of the United Kingdom, Three-masted ships

HMS Bulwark (ship, 1899)[edit]

WP: de:HMS Bulwark (1899) en:HMS Bulwark (1899) ja:ブルワーク (戦艦) fi:HMS Bulwark (1899)
in Formidable class battleship, built in 1899

General Rivera (ship, 1884)[edit]

in built in Uruguay, built in 1884

HMS Calliope (1884)[edit]

in Calypso class corvette, Three-masted ships

Appomattox (ship, 1896)[edit]

in National Register of Historic Places in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, Shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, Steamships of the United States, Lakers (ships), built in 1896, built in Michigan, Ship disasters in 1905

Hylje (799)[edit]

WP: en:Finnish pollution control vessel Hylje fi:Öljyntorjunta-alus Hylje
in Auxiliary ships of Finland, Oil recovery vessels, built in 1981, with pennant number 799, built in Finland, IMO 8006804, named after animals

Esper Ort (ship, 1968)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 1968, Buoy tenders, Service vessels of Germany

Pelikaan (ship, 1914)[edit]

in built in the Netherlands, built in 1914, ENI 02303525, Sailing barges, Barges of the Netherlands

Kiebitz (ship, 2003)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 2003, Service vessels of Germany, Ships of the WSA

Arosa Quince (ship, 1988)[edit]

in built at Naval Gijon, Gijon, IMO 8617483, Trawlers, built in 1988

HMS Calypso (1883)[edit]

in Calypso class corvette

Norhval (ship, 1945)[edit]

WP: no:FLK «Norhval»
in built in the United Kingdom, built in 1945, Whaling factory ships, IMO 5525607

Charles S. Price (ship, 1910)[edit]

in Great Lakes American steam vessels, Lakers (ships), built in 1910, built in Ohio, sunk in 1913

Orka (ship, 2006)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 2006, Service vessels of Germany, Ships of the WSA

Tatsuta Maru (ship, 1929)[edit]

in built in 1929, Hospital ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, built in Japan, Ocean liner shipwrecks, Ocean liners, World War II ships of Japan, sunk by torpedo, sunk in 1943

Möwe (ship)[edit]

in Service vessels of Germany, Ship categories with missing year

Argos (ship, 1958)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 1958, ENI 02319850, Barges of the Netherlands

Maria Luise (ship, 1906)[edit]

in built in the Netherlands, built in 1906, ENI 04201090, Barges of Germany

TR-1 (ship, 1969)[edit]

in River tugs, built in the Czech Republic, built in 1969, ENI 32200297, Tugboats of the Czech Republic, Ships of ČSPL

Northlander (ship, 2009)[edit]

in IMO 1010313, Yachts by name, built in 2009

Cambria (ship, 1868)[edit]

in built in 1868, built in the United Kingdom, Schooners, America's Cup

Martin Senior (ship, 1968)[edit]

in IMO 6823959, built in 1968

Dettmer Tank 50 (ship, 1973)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 1973, ENI 04017970, Tank barges, Barges of Germany

Wulf Isebrand (ship, 2003)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 2003, Buoy tenders, Service vessels of Germany, Ships of the WSA

Panther (ship, 1962)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 1962, ENI 07000884, Barges of Germany

Martina (ship, 1925)[edit]

in built in the Netherlands, built in 1925, ENI 02300258, Barges of the Netherlands

Empress of the North (ship, 2003)[edit]

in IMO 9263538, River cruise ships

Spree (ship, 1973)[edit]

in built in Germany, built in 1973, ENI 05110500, Barges of Germany

Toronto (ship, 1899)[edit]

in Steamships of Ontario, Sidewheel Great Lakes boats, built in 1899, Scrapped ships, built in Ontario

Armando Diaz (ship, 1933)[edit]

in Cadorna class cruiser

Ulla (ship, 1926)[edit]

in built in the Netherlands, built in 1926, ENI 04019230, Barges of Germany

Sula (ship, 1968)[edit]

in IMO 8933526, built in 1968

Amiral Charner (ship, 1932)[edit]

WP: en:French aviso Amiral Charner
in Bougainville class avisos

Vadero Highlander (ship, 2003)[edit]

in IMO 9254977, Oil tankers, Chemical tankers, Ships built in 2003, Ships of Norway

Bourbon Oceanteam 104 (ship, 2010)[edit]

in IMO 9433171, Ships of Malta, Ships built in 2010

Tourville (ship, 1929)[edit]

WP: en:French cruiser Tourville cs:Tourville (1925) fr:Tourville (croiseur) fi:FS Tourville (1926) vi:Tourville (tàu tuần dương Pháp)
in Duquesne class cruisers

Amazon (ship, 1901)[edit]

in Four-masted ships

Fyodor Dostoyevskiy (ship, 1983)[edit]

in IMO 8212910, Project 301 Riverboats, River cruise ships, Passenger ships of Russia, built in 1983, built in Germany

Nefterudovoz-2 (ship, 1969)[edit]

in built in Russia, built in 1969, Ships of Russia, IMO 8986884, Oil tankers, Bulk carriers (ships)

Powell Stackhouse (ship, 1905)[edit]

in built in 1905, built in Michigan, Scrapped ships, Lakers (ships)

Okskiy-61 (ship, 1981)[edit]

in built in Russia, built in 1981, Barges of Russia, Okskiy type ships, built at Belyy Gorodok shipyard, Tver, Self-propelled barges

Vadero Highlander (ship 2003)[edit]

in IMO 9254977, Oil tankers, Chemical tankers, built in 2003, Ships of Norway

James R. Barker (ship, 1976)[edit]

in built in 1976, built in Ohio, Lakers (ships), IMO 7390260