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Jess Welt
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Jess Welt
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Jess Welt
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Steam yacht with Fall River Line steamer PLYMOUTH at right.
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Jess Welt
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Two steam yachts in New York's East River
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George & Helen
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1890's
S.Y. Rhouma
The S.Y. Rhouma was built of steel at Glasgow in 1893 by Napier, Shanks, & Bell. Her official Number was 102379, and she weighed 456 net tons. She measured 221 feet in length and was a screw steamer with schooner rig. She was owned by Sir George Bullough, Kinloch Castle, Isle of Rum, Scotland. She was formerly named, and probably built, as the S.Y. Maria. Learn more about this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=30
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Posner Maritime
steam yacht, rhouma, steamship, scotland, painting
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Fantôme II
Fantôme II was a working barque built as Le Belem in 1896, by Denis Crovan & Company (later Sociėtė des Armateurs Coliniaux – H. Fleuriot & Company) at Nantes, France. IN 1914 she was converted to a luxury yacht. Learn more about this painting and ship in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=18
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A. Cook
fantome II, yacht, royal yacht squadron, sail, sailing ship, british royal navy, le belem, Sir Arthur E. Guinness, Duke of Westminster, working bark, bark, barque
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