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  • Queen Mary@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Ships/Queen_Mary
  • Royal Yacht Britannia
    Official site with details of the history of the yacht, visitor information, hospitality and events, online shop, postcards, photo gallery, and more.
    www.royalyachtbritannia.co.uk
  • Historic Ship Nautilus and the Submarine Force Museum
    Visit the world's first nuclear-powered ship, the USS Nautilus and the U.S. Submarine Force Museum.
    www.ussnautilus.org
  • RMS Titanic@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Shipwrecks/RMS_Titanic
  • USS Lexington Museum on the Bay@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Entertainment_and_Arts/Museums_and_Exhibits
  • Nina & Santa Clara - The Columbus Foundation
    Historically accurate replicas of the ships Columbus sailed across the Atlantic in his voyages of discovery.
    www.thenina.com
  • USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
    Dive into WWII and the history of the USS Bowfin, one of only 15 U.S. WWII submarines still in existence.
    www.bowfin.org
  • Dunbrody: Ireland's Historic Emigrant Ship
    Replica of the Dunbrody, which carried many emigrants from Ireland to the New World from 1845 to 1870. Includes history, information on tours, and photographs.
    www.dunbrody.com
  • Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation
    A project reenacting the voyage of the Dutch ship Duyfken to Australia, marking Europe's first written record of that continent. Read about the original travels of the exploration vessel, or see pictures of the making of the replica ship.
    www.duyfken.com
  • Edmund Fitzgerald (10)
    Find sites for SS Edmund Fitzgerald, the cargo ship that sank in Lake Superior, Michigan. Sites offer background information, timeline, weather conditions during the wreck, theories for sinking, photographs, memorial, and the song describing the most famous marine disaster in the history of Great Lakes shipping.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Ships/Edmund_Fitzgerald
  • Matthew, The
    Replica of the caravel John Cabot used to sail to North America in 1497. Includes ship statistics, history, and tour information.
    www.matthew.co.uk
  • S.S. Virginia V Foundation Inc.
    The last wooden hulled steamship in the West.
    www.virginiav.org
  • USS Arizona Memorial@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Museums_and_Memorials/USS_Arizona_Memorial
  • Kalakala Foundation
    She's an historic art deco masterpiece and the world's first and only streamlined vessel.
    www.kalakala.org
  • Battleship Texas BB35, Museum
    Oldest surviving battleship still afloat in the United States.
    www.usstexasbb35.com
  • S.S. City of Milwaukee - National Historic Landmark
    Traditional Great Lakes railroad/passenger ferry permanently moored in Manistee, Michigan. Ship offers historic tours, lodging, special events, and group rentals.
    www.carferry.com
  • USS Forrestal
    America's first super carrier is now a Naval Heritage Museum.
    www.forrestal.org
  • LostLiners: Honoring the Golden Age of Ocean Travel
    Pays tribute to the great ocean-going leviathans of yesterday with photos and information.
    www.lostliners.com
  • S.S. United States (6)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Ships/S_S__United_States
  • Ships of Discovery
    Research and educational organization studying ships of the earliest European explorations in the New World.
    www.shipsofdiscovery.org
 


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