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Bare Necessities 
Bare Necessities
An 82 foot Oyster luxury sailing yacht available for charter in the Solent from Southampton, UK.
http://www.thebarenecessities.co.uk/

Cambria 
Cambria
Cambria was designed by William and R B Fife as yard number 758, a 23 metre International Rule cutter, and launched in 1928 after a five month build at their yard in Fairlie on the Clyde.
http://www.yachtcambria.com/

Barque Picton Castle 
Barque Picton Castle
A sail training tall ship based in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada but best known for their voyages around the world.
http://www.picton-castle.com/

Brigantine Eye Of The Wind 
Brigantine Eye Of The Wind
The Eye of the Wind would like you to share the finest square rig sailing experience the world of tall ships has to offer. The ambition of the Captain and his crew is to ensure that guests have the best tall ship experience of their lives in new and exciting locations. We are all proud of our ship and will enjoy teaching the very fundamentals to beginning tall ship sailors. From basic deck work, to working aloft and furling sails - the crew guides the beginners through every process.
https://www.eyeofthewind.net/en/

Clipper Stad Amsterdam 
Clipper Stad Amsterdam
Clipper Stad Amsterdam website.
http://www.stadamsterdam.nl/

Doris 
Doris
The Doris is a 77' 6" wooden sailing yacht designed by Nathaniel Green Herreshoff and built in 1905 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, Rhode Island. Built at the turn of the century, she is one of the largest all-wood sailing yachts the Herreshoffs ever built and she is the largest wooden one that survives to this day.
http://doris1905.com/

Galeasen Albanus 
Galeasen Albanus
The Åland galeas Albanus was a typical representative of the beautiful ships used by sailors and farmers carry firewood and other goods to ports like Stockholm, Helsinki and Turku around the turn of the 20th century.
http://www.albanus.ax/

Goélette Alliance 
Goélette Alliance
Naviguez en Mediterranee, à bord de la Goélette Alliance, croisieres sur la Corse, visite des Calanques de Marseille, sorties à la journee. Sailing on the Schooner Alliance in the Mediterranean sea, daytrips in the Calanques, cruises around Corsica.
https://www.goelette-alliance.com/

Goélette Alliance 
Goélette Alliance
Naviguez en Mediterranee, à bord de la Goélette Alliance, croisieres sur la Corse, visite des Calanques de Marseille, sorties à la journee. Sailing on the Schooner Alliance in the Mediterranean sea, daytrips in the Calanques, cruises around Corsica.
https://www.goelette-alliance.com/

Goélette Belle-Poule 
Goélette Belle-Poule
La Belle-Poule, construite à Fécamp en 1932 sur les plans des navires destinés à la "grande pêche" sur les bancs islandais, participe depuis à la formation des élèves officiers de l'Ecole navale...
http://jln.tourbier.pagesperso-orange.fr/

Goélette Ilboued 
Goélette Ilboued
Site interactif dédié à la Goélette Ilboued. Base de données exhaustive de tous les documents, photos et vidéo consacrées au parcours de ce voilier hors du commun. Dix ans de bonheur et de navigation en Europe et sur les 3 continents. (French).
http://ilboued.forumfamilia.net/

Goélette Le Marité 
Goélette Le Marité
Construit en 1923, Le Marité (à voir sur "Thalassa" - France3) est un trois-mâts français, dernier Terre Neuvier en bois existant à pouvoir témoigner des grandes heures de la pêche à la morue dans les mers peu fréquentées de Terre Neuve.
https://www.lemarite.com/

Goélette Le Marité 
Goélette Le Marité
Construit en 1923, Le Marité (à voir sur "Thalassa" - France3) est un trois-mâts français, dernier Terre Neuvier en bois existant à pouvoir témoigner des grandes heures de la pêche à la morue dans les mers peu fréquentées de Terre Neuve.
https://www.lemarite.com/

Goélette Livia 
Goélette Livia
Croisières en Méditérannée et Corse avec équipage sur une goélette de 17m. Livia is a 57 foot shooner, built in France in 1978. She is based in the south of France, and we organise cruises on the french riviera and around Corsica.
http://www.livia.net/

Irene Trading Ketch 
Irene Trading Ketch
Irene has been maintained above decks in a thoroughly traditional way, giving you the opportunity to experience what it was like to sail one of these ships in the early 1900s.
http://www.ireness.com/

Ketch Albarquel 
Ketch Albarquel
Albarquel et son équipage vous proposent de vivre pleinement la navigation maritime sur un voilier chargé d'histoire (French).
http://www.amisdesgrandsvoiliers.org/GrandsVoiliers_Albarquel.htm

Ketch Evohe 
Ketch Evohe
Evohe - an 82 foot ocean cruiser, transports documentary filming and diving expeditions to remote locations around the world. Built of steel, she was designed to operate in harsh conditions.
http://www.victory-cruises.com/

Ketch L'Iliade 
Ketch L'Iliade
L’Iliade was designed by the architect F. Camatte and built by the Chantier de Normandie, Fécamp, France, in 1935. Though her oak hull, her teak deck and teak superstructure are still original, the interior has been completely modernized and refitted.
http://www.liliade.com/

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