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Issaquah 130 class ferry

The Issaquah 130 Class ferries were originally built as the Issaquah 100 Class and later upgraded to a 130 car capacity. All of these vessels have also had the interior refurbished. The Chelan was upgraded to SOLAS standards in 2005, allowing her ...

                                               

J/27

The J/27 is a keelboat built by J/Boats. It is both a weekend cruiser and a One-Design racing class with strict class rules. Designed with a low & heavy keel with a generous sail area, the boat gives good handling in both light and strong winds, ...

                                               

Jumbo-class ferry

The Jumbo class are two ferries that were built by Washington State Ferries in 1972 to supersede the Super class. They have a capacity of 2.000 passengers and 188 vehicles. Ferries in this class: MV Spokane. (МВ Спокан) MV Walla Walla. (МВ-Уолла- ...

                                               

Kirby 23

The Kirby 23 is a sailboat designed by Bruce Kirby and saw limited production circa 1985-1986. The hull from the very successful Sonar was modified to produce the Kirby 23 to enable it to complete in PHRF and Midget Ocean Racing Club regattas. Ba ...

                                               

Long Island-class escort carrier

The Long Island -class escort carrier was a two-ship class, originally listed as "AVG". They were converted from type C3-class merchant ships. The first ship class aircraft carrier long island, originally AVG-1, later ACV-1 and CVE-1 - was launch ...

                                               

Luxe motor

A Luxe motor is a type of Dutch barge, built for the first time in the early 1920s. Most vessels had a straight bow with characteristic upsweep of the gunwale and good accommodation for living at the back of the ship, from which the name derives. ...

                                               

Monocat

A monocat is a type of multihull with a single hull fore and two hulls aft. One could say that it begins like a monohull and ends like a catamaran, Hence the name. Narrower than the usual multihulls, it comes in motor and sailing flavours. It com ...

                                               

Pearson Vanguard

The Pearson Vanguard is a classic sailboat designed in 1962 by Philip Rhodes. These boats were built by Pearson Yachts from 1963-1967. Pearson Vanguards are a classic cruiser known for world travel. A lovely design coupled with bullet-proof const ...

                                               

Red Witch

A Red Witch is a shallow draught 19.5-foot trailerable, fixed keel yacht, designed to fit under major bridges on the Swan River in Western Australia.

                                               

Reedling

The Reedling is a one-design, fractional rigged keelboat designed and built by Reedling Yachts Ltd, Horning, Norfolk, UK. In the Reedlings class flag is the flag of the international code of signals the letter K

                                               

Rhodes 19

The Rhodes 19 is a 19-foot-long sailboat, designed by Philip Rhodes and originally manufactured by ODay Corp. Currently, the Rhodes 19 is built by Stuart Marine Corp. To date, approximately 3500 of the boats have been built. Available with a fixe ...

                                               

Runnymede-class large landing craft

The Runnymede-class large landing craft are powered watercraft in the United States Army. They replaced older USN-design landing craft, and are a typical Landing Craft Utility design with a bow ramp and large aft superstructure. They transport ro ...

                                               

Sandweaver 16

The Sandweaver 16 is an open 16 ft dayboat with Gunter or Bermuda rig. It is based on a Blakeney one design which in turn was based on an Uffa ACE 18. The hull is simulated clinker and there were 11 built by Goodchild Marine in Great Yarmouth, En ...

                                               

Scarab (boat)

Scarab is a brand of high performance power boats formerly owned by Wellcraft and currently by Rec Boat Holdings. Wellcraft still makes a line of fishing boats which are currently known as Scarab Offshore. Scarab boats were well represented in th ...

                                               

Skagit Kalama-class ferry

The Skagit / Kalama -class ferries were high-speed passenger vessels built for Washington State Ferries in 1989. The MV Skagit and MV Kalama were the only ferries in this class. After the earthquake of Loma Prieta 1989, the pair lent in San Franc ...

                                               

Super-class ferry

The Super-class ferries are 144-car class ferries operated by Washington State Ferries. In addition, they can carry up to 2500 passengers.

                                               

Triton 24

The Triton 24 sailing yacht is an inshore masthead sloop designed by John C Alsop and manufactured in Sydney, Australia, by the Triton Boat Company throughout the 1980s. Yacht Triton Sport 24 fixed keel sailboat normally raced with a crew of thre ...

                                               

Troy-class boats

In the winter of 1928/29, the first boat was built by Archie Watty, for Sir Charles Hanson a former Lord Mayor of London. The name comes from Troy, a city which is a fictional name given Fowey writer and scholar sir Arthur the main couch in many ...

                                               

Vehicle cargo ship

Vehicle cargo ship is a model of United States Navy ship used for the prepositioning of Army vehicles. An example of this is the USNS Bob Hope, the lead ship of her class.

                                               

WindRider 16

The WindRider 16 is a small trimaran sailboat launched by WindRider LLC in 1995 for 1-3 adults. It was designed by well known multihull sailboat designer Jim Brown.

                                               

WindRider 17

The WindRider 17 is a small trimaran sailboat with foot pedal steering, for up to four people. It was designed by well known multihull sailboat designer Jim Brown and launched by WindRider LLC in 2002.

                                               

Abtao-class submarine

The Abtao class were four submarines of the Peruvian Navy. Initially known as the Lobo class, they were modified U.S. Mackerel class, 825 tons standard, 1.400 tons submerged.

                                               

Argonaut (submarine)

Argonaut was a class of submarines built by engineer Simon Lake. When used without clarification Argonaut generally refers to the second-built and larger submarine launched in 1900 at Baltimore. She was 36-foot long, cigar shaped and built of ste ...

                                               

Argonaut Junior

Argonaut Junior was the first successful submarine built by the American engineer Simon Lake. Her main attribute, like that of the sub built by Lake in 1897, Argonaut, was an air lock. Her dimensions were length 14 ft, beam 4 ft, and a depth of 5 ...

                                               

USS Arizona (SSN-803)

Arizona, a Virginia -class submarine, will be the fourth United States Navy vessel named for the state of Arizona. Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly announced the name on 24 December 2019, in a press release. Arizona was authorized for co ...

                                               

USS Arkansas (SSN-800)

USS Arkansas will be a Virginia -class submarine for the United States Navy. During a Naming Ceremony on June 15, 2016, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced that future U.S. Navy submarine SSN-800 will bear the name USS Arkansas. Arkansas is ...

                                               

Bravo-class submarine

The Project 690 Kefal class was a design of military submarines that were built in the Soviet Union. The boats were designed for use in ASW exercises, but could also be employed in a combat role. Four vessels were built, which were commissioned i ...

                                               

French Narval-class submarine

The Narval type was an offspring of the E-48 project, inspired by the German Type XXI U-boats of the Second World War, particularly Roland Morillot which were brought into French service. Compared to the type XXI, the narwhal class introduced bra ...

                                               

USS Iowa (SSN-797)

Iowa, a Virginia -class submarine, will be the fourth U.S. Navy vessel named for the state of Iowa. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus officially announced the name on September 2, 2015, during a news briefing at Iowa State University.

                                               

USS New Jersey (SSN-796)

New Jersey, a Virginia -class submarine, will be the third U.S. Navy vessel named for the state of New Jersey. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced the name on May 24, 2015, at a ceremony in Jersey City, New Jersey.

                                               

USS Oklahoma (SSN-802)

Oklahoma, a Virginia -class submarine, will be the second United States Navy vessel named for the state of Oklahoma. Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly announced the name on 24 December 2019, in a press release. Oklahoma was authorized for ...

                                               

Paltus-class submarine

The Paltus Class submarine is a Russian special purpose mini-submarine of project 1851.1. Two boats were completed "AS-21" and "AS-35" as a follow up of the single "X-Ray" class boat "AS-23". They are both part of the 29th special submarine squad ...

                                               

Personal submarine

A personal submarine is a submarine, usually privately funded and constructed, which is usually primarily intended for recreational use. Some of them are also used for scientific or military purposes. Other use includes Hiking, movies, water spor ...

                                               

RU-27

RU-27, dubbed Scarlet Knight after the Rutgers Scarlet Knights athletic teams, is an experimental American autonomous underwater vehicle – a modified Slocum Autonomous Underwater Gliding Vehicle – operated by Rutgers University oceanographers. In ...

                                               

Submerged signal ejector

A submerged signal ejector is a device used by submarines, similar to a torpedo tube. Although, instead of deploying weapons, it launches signal flares, smokes, distress buoys, SEPIRB, water temperature sensors and countermeasure decoys from the ...

                                               

USS Utah (SSN-801)

Utah, a Virginia -class submarine, will be the second U.S. Navy vessel named for the state of Utah. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced the name on September 28, 2015, at a ceremony in Salt Lake City, Utah. In the Navy specifically highligh ...

                                               

Joseph Wheeler (shipbuilder)

Joseph Wheeler began building and repairing ships in the early 19th century using derricks and slips on the Brickfield slobs off the Strand Road, Cork. By 1829 he had moved to a yard on the Lower Glanmire Road where he built a patent slip. In the ...

                                               

List of Stena Line vessels

Only Stena Lines passenger, car-passenger, multi-purpose and Ropax ships are added, so not Stena Lines ships that carried only freight. The list is further complete. The first vessel in the E-Flexer class is expected to enter service in early 202 ...

                                               

Stena Line Holland BV

Stena Line Holland BV is a subsidiary of Stena Line that operates ferry routes between Harwich and Killingholme on the east coast of England and Hoek van Holland and Europort in the Netherlands. The head office is in Hoek van Holland in the Nethe ...

                                               

Constant weight apnea

Constant weight is a freediving discipline recognised by AIDA, the International Association for the Development of Apnea, in which the freediver descends and ascends using their fins/monofin and/or with the use of their arms without pulling on t ...

                                               

Constant weight without fins

Constant weight without fins is an AIDA International freediving discipline in which the freediver descends and ascends by swimming without the use of fins or without pulling on the rope or changing his ballast, only a single hold of the rope to ...

                                               

No-limits apnea

No-limits apnea is an AIDA International freediving discipline in which the freediver descends and ascends with the method of his or her choice. Often, a heavy metal bar or "sled" grasped by the diver descends fixed to a line, reaching great dept ...

                                               

Static apnea

Static apnea is a discipline in which a person holds their breath underwater for as long as possible, and need not swim any distance. Static apnea is defined by the International Association for Development of Apnea and is distinguished from the ...

                                               

Free immersion apnea

Free immersion is an AIDA International freediving discipline in which the freediver dives under water without the use of propulsion equipment, but only by pulling on the rope during descent and ascent. Performances may be done head first or feet ...

                                               

Air Mobility Command Museum

The Air Mobility Command Museum is dedicated to military airlift and air refueling aircraft and the men and women who flew and maintained them. It has the largest and most complete collection of fully restored U.S. military cargo and tanker aircr ...

                                               

Barksdale Global Power Museum

The Barksdale Global Power Museum is an aviation museum run by the United States Air Force on Barksdale Air Force Base near Bossier City, Louisiana. Hosted by the 2nd Bomb Wing, it maintains a large collection of military aircraft and historical ...

                                               

Hill Aerospace Museum

Hill Aerospace Museum, located in Roy, Utah, is a U.S. Air Force museum that is part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. The museum is located off Interstate 15 and is near Hill Air Force Base. The Museum, founded in 1981 and moved t ...

                                               

Museum of Aviation (Warner Robins)

The Museum of Aviation is the second-largest aerospace museum of the United States Air Force. The museum is located just outside Warner Robins, Georgia, and near Robins Air Force Base. As of July 2019, the museum included four exhibit buildings a ...

                                               

Museum of History in Granite

The Museum of History in Granite is a museum in the town of Felicity, California. The museum exhibits monuments made from Missouri Red Granite. Each is 100 feet long. Conceived as an historic record of humanity designed to last for four millennia ...

                                               

Patriots Point

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, at the mouth of the Cooper River on the Charleston Harbor, across from Charleston.

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