Ships from the Age of Sail and Steam

For a specific ship search, make your selections below. For an alphabetical ship listing select Alphabetical Ship Search. Search is NOT case-sensitive.

1. ship name - match exact ship name
2. any reference to - finds any word match i.e. bark will find all barks in text.
3. text containing - finds any partial match i.e. rig will ALSO find frigate.

Alphabetical Ship Search | All Entries
Advanced Ship Search divider
Search result for ship name: esquimaux
Esquimaux: 70 Hp Steam Whaler; bark-rigged; Length: 157 ft; Beam: 30 ft; Depth of hold: 19 ft; 465 tons; St. Johns, Newfoundland; 1865

Initially built as a ship-rigged three-masted steam whaler, she was converted to a bark in 1883, as were so many whalers and merchant vessels of her time. Sold in 1900 to Evelyn B. Baldwin for the Baldwin-Ziegler arctic expedition and renamed America.

– Top –


Concept, content & Design: The Art of Age of Sail