Ships from the Age of Sail and Steam

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Alma: Scow Schooner; Length: 59 ft; Beam: 22.6 ft; Depth of hold: 4 ft; 41 grt; Hunters Point, San Francisco Bay; 1891

Apart from her cross-planked bottom, Alma was a typical North-American scow schooner. After being dismasted in 1918 and used for different tasks than she was built for, Alma was bought in 1959 and restored by the State of California. She is part of the collection of the National Maritime Museum and is moored in San Francisco.

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