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Endeavour (Captaine Cook)

6,000.0016,000.00

Etoile ( Bateau Ecole )

4,800.0012,800.00

France II

10,000.0042,000.00

Gorh Fock ( German School Ship )

6,800.0032,000.00

Harvey

3,600.0018,000.00

HMS Bounty

3,000.0022,000.00

HMS Bounty

3,000.0022,000.00

HMS Victory

5,300.0058,000.00

HMS Victory ( Admiral Nelson)

5,300.0096,000.00

La confiance ( Capitaine Surcouf)

4,800.0010,300.00

Mayflower

8,600.0010,800.00
  • Endeavour (Captaine Cook)

    Discovery of the Sandwich islands and exploration of New Zealand and the Antartic Ocean by the Capitain James Cook.

    6,000.0016,000.00
  • Etoile ( Bateau Ecole )

    French Training School

    4,800.0012,800.00
  • France II

    France II was a French sailing ship, built by Chantiers et Ateliers de la Gironde and launched in 1912. In hull length and overall size she was, after Preußen, the second largest commercial merchant sailing ship ever built. France II had the greatest cargo carrying capacity ever, 5,633 gross register tons

    10,000.0042,000.00
  • Gorh Fock ( German School Ship )

    Took part in important races around the world.

    6,800.0032,000.00
  • Harvey

    The Harvey was a clipper of the early age and was built with only 2 masts.They were called clippers because of the high speeds they could develop in favorable weather conditions. The Clippers were used as blockade-runners during the American war of Independence.

    3,600.0018,000.00
  • HMS Bounty

    Well Known for the epic revolt, on its return journey under commander Bligh in 1789

    3,000.0022,000.00
  • HMS Bounty

    Well Known for the epic revolt, on its return journey under commander Bligh in 1789

    3,000.0022,000.00
  • HMS Victory

    The Most Famous of all British vessels. Admiral Nelson died on it during this victorious fight over the Franco Spanish fleet at Trafalgar in 1805. It still exists at the museum of Portsmouth

    5,300.0058,000.00
  • HMS Victory ( Admiral Nelson)

    The Most Famous of all British vessels. Admiral Nelson died on it during this victorious fight over the Franco Spanish fleet at Trafalgar in 1805. It still exists at the museum of Portsmouth

    5,300.0096,000.00
  • La confiance ( Capitaine Surcouf)

    French vessel commanded by the famous Captain Robert Surcouf.

    4,800.0010,300.00
  • La Iicorne ( Bateau de Tintin )

    The Unicorn (French: La Licorne) is a fictional 17th-century three-masted armed French Royal Navy vessel appearing in The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. The ship plays a leading role in both The Secret of the Unicorn and Red Rackham’s Treasure, published in 1943 and 1944, respectively. The Unicorn also appears in the 2011 film adaptation The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. In the Tintin adventures, the Unicorn is the setting of a battle between pirates and sailors followed by a duel between its captain, Sir Francis Haddock (an ancestor of Captain Haddock) and the pirate Red Rackham. The Unicorn is scuttled and sinks, only to be discovered years later by Tintin and his friends in an attempt to locate Red Rackham’s treasure.

    28,000.00
  • Mayflower

    Very famous boat due to its voyage to America in 1620

    8,600.0010,800.00

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