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Schooner Ellida 
Schooner Ellida
Windjammer sailing vacations on the coast of Maine aboard the schooner Ellida, with Capt. Paul Williamson...
https://www.facebook.com/SchoonerEllida/

Schooner Fame 
Schooner Fame
A replica of a privateer from the War of 1812. Launched in 2003, Fame cruises on Salem Sound, where pirates & privateers have been making history for 400 years. Salem, Massachusetts.
https://schoonerfame.com/

Schooner Freedom 
Schooner Freedom
72 foot topsail schooner 'Freedom' - Take a step back in time and experience the romance and adventure on the high seas as we sail the beautiful waters adjacent to lovely, historic St. Augustine.
http://www.schoonerfreedom.com/

Schooner Friendship Rose 
Schooner Friendship Rose
A 100 ft historic Bequia Schooner offering day tours, private charters, weddings and events throughout Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
http://www.friendshiprose.com/

Schooner Gas Light 
Schooner Gas Light
The replica of a traditional 1874 Scow Schooner providing charter and sailing adventures on the San Francisco Bay for up to 49 guests.
http://gaslightcharters.com/

Schooner Imagine 
Schooner Imagine
Youtube photomontage of the seventy-six foot, gaff-rigged, wood schooner.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u0O4aweZrc

Schooner Ingomar 
Schooner Ingomar
Magnificent sailing yacht from the Herreshoff Manufacturing company.
http://www.ingomar.info/

Schooner Invader 
Schooner Invader
The Invader was designed by Albert Stanton Chesebrough, the grandson of Nathanael Herreshoff and Edward Burgess, who were considered to be the best designers of their era. The schooner was launched on 11 July 1905.
http://www.schooner-invader.com/ENG/index.html

Schooner J. & E. Riggin 
Schooner J. & E. Riggin
New Englands most relaxing sailing vacation: a cruise on a historic schooner. Cruise on a windjammer off the Coast of Maine. Sail in beautiful Penobscot Bay.
http://www.mainewindjammer.com/

Schooner Larinda 
Schooner Larinda
Larinda is an 86 foot modified replica of a Boston built schooner of 1767. The Schooner Larinda was tragically sunk in Halifax Harbor during hurricane Juan.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larinda

Schooner Lazy Jack 
Schooner Lazy Jack
Schooner Lazy Jack website.
http://www.schoonerlazyjack.com/

Schooner Lois McClure 
Schooner Lois McClure
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. A full-scale replica of an 1862-class sailing canal boat, constructed in Burlington, Vermont. The schooner is named in honor of Lois McClure, who, along with her husband Mac, has been a major contributor to this and many other worthy community projects.
http://www.lcmm.org/our_fleet/lois_mcclure.htm

Schooner Maggie B 
Schooner Maggie B
Schooner sadly lost in a fire at the Covey Island Boat Works during a refit.
http://www.schoonermaggieb.net/

Schooner Mistress 
Schooner Mistress
On a Voyage to visit Ports and Points of View...
http://www.schoonermistress.net/

Schooner Mutiara Laut 
Schooner Mutiara Laut
A 35 meter traditional schooner chartering from Bali, Indonesia.
http://www.mutiaralaut.com/

Schooner Olad 
Schooner Olad
Join us for a day sail on the historic waters of Penobscot Bay. As the sails fill, be carried off into the relaxing realm of beauty that the coast of Maine has to offer. Take part in observing lighthouses and island nature preserves from the decks of our two-masted Schooner Olad.
http://www.maineschooners.com/

Schooner Opal 
Schooner Opal
Built at the Bodenwerft in Damgarten, Germany in 1951, she served as a trawler in the Baltic- and North Sea and in the Barents Sea. In 1973 new owners started her restoration. During 8 years until 1981, Opal was converted to the elegant but seaworthy, two masted schooner she is today.
https://www.northsailing.is/the-boats/schooner-opal/

Schooner Pride 
Schooner Pride
The Schooner Pride is an 84 foot tall ship operating in Charleston Harbor. She invokes visions of when Charleston was a very prominent sailing harbor as our country developed. She is modeled after the 18th Century coastal trading schooners.
https://www.schoonerpride.com/

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