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She was burnt for her metal fittings and fastenings in the late 1920's.Advance: Brigantine; Length: 88 ft; Beam: 21 ft 10 in; Depth in Hold: 8 ft 5 in; 144 tons; Comp.: 17; New Kent, Maryland, United States; 1847 Advance was the flagship of the first US arctic expedition and search for HMS Erebus and HMS Terror in 1850.A full-scale replica, the Amsterdam II, was built and launched by the city of Amsterdam in 1989.Antelope: Clipper; Length: 140 ft; Beam: 29 ft; Draft: 19 ft; 587 tons; Boston Massachusetts, United States; 1851 Antelope sailed on San Francisco and the Far East.She slipped her anchor and drifted onto the rocks before anyone noticed (? Balclutha: Full-rigged Ship; Length Over All: 301 ft; Length Of Deck: 256.5 ft; Beam: 36.8 ft; Depth: 22.7 ft; 1689 grt; Crew: 26; Height of mainmast: 145 ft; Glasgow, Scotland; 1886 The steel hulled Balclutha started her career on the Europe to San Francisco grain trade, was renamed to Star of Alaska in 1905 while used as a salmon packet ship and renamed again in 1933 to Pacific Queen and used as a "movie-ship".Finally, in 1954, the San Francisco Maritime Museum purchased Pacific Queen and restored the vessel and her name.Amity: Ship; Length: 106 ft 6in; Beam: 28 ft 6 in; Depth of hold: 14 ft 3 in; 382 tons; New York, United States; 1816Amity was a New York to Liverpool packet ship for the Black Ball Line from 1818 until 1824, when she was lost on Squam Beach, New Jersey.Amsterdam: East Indiaman or VOC retour ship; Length: 48 m; 1,110 displacement tons; Comp.: 215, Armament: 8x12pdr, 16x8pdr, 8x4pdr, 10 swivel guns; Amsterdam, Netherlands; 1748Built by the VOC for the long-distance spice-trade to the East Indies, Amsterdam was one of the largest.
She sank on the night of June 23, 1659, when she was loading cargo for India anchored at Black Fort, Galle (Sri Lanka).
She was lost on June 20th, 1809 when she struck a reef while seeking shelter from a storm in the River Plate, a large estuary between Argentina and Uruguay.
Alabama: CSS Alabama; Bark with a single-screw auxiliary direct-acting 600 ihp engine; Length: 67.1 m; Beam: 9.7 m; Depth in hold: 4.3 m; 1,050 tons; Comp.: 148; Armament: 1x110pdr, 1x68pdr, 6x32pdr; Birkenhead, England; 1862 Captain Raphael Semmes of the CSS Alabama was the confederate privateer with the most Union victims to his credit, a total of 71.
She was rebuilt in 1608, renamed Anne Royal and finally broken up in 1636, 49 years after coming off the docks.
Atalanta: Brig; Length: 107 ft; Beam: 26.8 ft; Draft: 15.5 ft; 140 kl; Norrkøping, Sweden; 1852 The Brig Atalanta was a typical passenger carrier transporting immigrants from Europe to the New World.