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Square-riggers on schedule

Robert Greenhalgh Albion

Square-riggers on schedule

the New York sailing packets to England, France, and the cotton ports.

by Robert Greenhalgh Albion

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Published by Archon Books in [Hamden, Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Packets,
  • Merchant marine -- United States -- History,
  • Shipping -- New York (City)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE767 N5 A7 1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination371p.
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18288091M

    She > was described as a packet-ship in the book, "Square Riggers on > Schedule" (Albion), and in other references. A second "Oxford" sailed > to Australia. A third "Oxford" was built at Freeport, Maine by Rufus > Soule (about ); her ports-of-call are not known. There may be > others with the same name. Check Availability Welcome to Jacksonport, Door County! The Square Rigger Lodge in Door County offers you everything you need to relax and enjoy a wonderful vacation, weekend getaway or honeymoon in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin. Located right off the sandy beach of Lake Michigan, our cottages, suites and motel rooms give you sanctuary from the .

      most of my square-riggers, I operate the after two masts' yards with one servo, and it works quite adequately, but I don't get as much bracing travel on those masts as I do on masts with individual control. Therefore, on my last model, "Queen Margaret", and this one, I have individual control of each square-rigged mast. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol, issue 3, January, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol, issue 3, January, Articles Book Review: Square Riggers on Schedule. The New York Sailing Packets to England', France, and the Cotton Ports, by Robert Greenhalgh Albion.

    A Theoretical Basis for 19th-Century Changes to the Port of New York Imported Goods Auction The Rise and Fall of the Port of New York: –, Archon Books, Hamden () Google Scholar. 3. R.G. Albion. Square-Riggers on Schedule, Archon Books, Hamden (). Another very useful account, Square Riggers on Schedule (Princeton University Press, ), gives the following New York to Liverpool passage times for North Atlantic sailing packets in .


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[Robert Greenhalgh Albion] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Archon Books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n wdrs. Square-Riggers on Schedule: New York Sailing Packets by Albion, Robert Greenhalgh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Square Riggers on Schedule Square-riggers on schedule book Albion, Robert Greenhalgh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Square-riggers on schedule: the New York sailing packets to England, France, and the cotton ports / by Robert Greenhalgh Albion Princeton University Press ; H.

Milford, Oxford University Press Princeton: London Australian/Harvard Citation. Albion, Robert Greenhalgh. The act of 'heaving to' is a manoeuvre to quickly stop under sail.

It can be achieved with many different sail plans, not just square rig. The techniques vary a bit between types of vessel. To reduce speed on a square rigger, you just start taking away sails.

If you want to stop more urgently then 'heaving to' is really the only sensible option. Book Information Albion, Robert G. Albion, Robert G.

Square-Riggers on Schedule: The New York Sailing Packets to England, France, and the Cotton Ports Square-Riggers on Schedule: The New York Sailing Packets to England, France, and the Cotton Ports. Princeton, NJ:. I'm working my way through Patrick O'Brian's works, and while I'm quite familiar with modern sailboats I find I'm at a loss for the terminology.

Sources Cited in Square-riggers on schedule; the New York sailing packets to England, France, and the cotton ports. While this book was Bibliography in proof, an article on "The Yankee Packets" by H.

Martin, appeared in the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, v. LXIV, pp.Marchreproducing numerous pictures, chiefly. Sailing aboard a square-rigger – the stuff tales are spun from. time to read a book, perhaps, or just enjoy the surroundings.

On the Challengers – a 72ft bermudan cutter designed for round-the-world sailing – there was never any down time. Even with a crew of 18, you were either on watch and handling the boat, or off watch and. Packet ships were vessels that sailed on a regular schedule, whether they had a full cargo hold and passenger contingent or not.

According to Robert G. Albion in his book Square Riggers on Schedule about the packet trade, the LEEDS lasted only 6 years in packet service after some unusual happenings over the years.

Define square-riggers. square-riggers synonyms, square-riggers pronunciation, square-riggers translation, English dictionary definition of square-riggers.

A square-rigged vessel. n nautical a square-rigged ship Noun 1. square-rigger - a square-rigged sailing ship sailing ship, sailing vessel. Square-rigger definition is - a square-rigged craft. Book Square-Riggers on Schedule: The New York Sailing Packets to England, France, and the Cotton Ports Author Robert G.

Albion Published Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, Prior to the annual meeting a document known as the “Blue Book” is published containing reports from officers, a schedule of the next year’s activities and the names and addresses of their members.

Sociability has played an important part in Square Riggers. Shipping and South Street, New York, U.S.A. Berqus y le Calle South, New York, E.U. de A. Summary Stereograph showing several sailing ships docked and horse. According to Robert G. Albion in his book Square Riggers on Schedule about the packet trade, the LEEDS lasted only 6 years in packet service after some unusual happenings over the years.

Early in her career she was grounded in the Mersey River at Liverpool and .Square-riggers on schedule; the New York sailing packets to England, France, and the cotton ports, "This volume is part of an intensive study of the history of the port of New York from its beginnings to the present.

Since the scope of this present work had stretched.BOOK REVIEWS JulY Square Riggers on Schedule. The New York Sailing Packets to England', France, and the Cotton Ports. BY ROBERT GREENHALGH ALBION. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, p.

$) In someone suggested in the New York Herald that a history of the New York Packet service should be written. With many men still.