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auxiliary steam schooner
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Jess Welt
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S.S. Philomena
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Acores
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S.S. Geisha
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Acores
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S.S. Erin
Launched as AEGUSA, this is ERIN, purchased when two years old, by Sir Thomas Lipton then 48. Seen in the US at the many America's Cup Races that Lipton raced, and always lost.
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George & Helen
yacht, steam yacht
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S.S. Bethulia
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Acores
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River Queen
Steam launch RIVER QUEEN
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Edward O. Clark
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1885
Wanderer
The SY (Steam Yacht) Wanderer is shown slowly steaming on a lake or river (perhaps the Hudson River), with five flags flying. On the bow is the Union Jack; the Pilgrim Yacht Club burgee on the foremast; the owner’s personal flag on the mainmast; the name flag from the gaff; and the American Yacht ensign at the stern (however, this flag is painted incorrectly). Wanderer is about 45 to 50 feet in length, judging from the height of the passengers. The painter has skillfully shown the reflection of the yacht in flat waters of the scene. Learn more about this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/virtual_museum/newposner.html
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Posner Maritime
steam yacht, yacht, steam, steamboat, hudson river, pilgrim yacht club, gravesend bay, long island, new york
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S.S. WANDA III
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Mount Wachusett
Bill Williams's steam yacht MOUNT WACHUSETT at Port Jefferson, NY. Vessel's engine was the former main circulator steam engine from steamer NEW BEDFORD, built at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, Mass. in 1928.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Kanawha
built in 1899 for Henry Huttleston Rogers, owner of the Virginian Railway. Powered by two steam engines that drove her at 20 knots.
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Jess Welt
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S.S. Aphrodite
built in 1898 at Bath Iron Works, ME she was one of the largest steam yachts ever built in the US. Built for Oliver Payne, she served in WWI until 1919. In 1920 she was owned by Harry Payne Whitney.
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Jess Welt
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Northern Light
NORTHERN LIGHT at Woods Hole, Mass.
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Braun Brothers
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