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List of schooners

A small fishing schooner.

The following are notable schooner-rigged vessels.

Active schooners

Name Image Built Flag & home port Description Rig Notes
A. J. Meerwald 1928 USA Bivalve, New Jersey Educational vessel and state ship of New Jersey; former oyster schooner 2 masted gaff [1]
Adix 1984 ESP Valencia three mast gaff
Adventure 1926 USA Gloucester, Massachusetts National Historic Landmark former Grand Banks fishing schooner 2 masted gaff knockabout [2]
Adventurer-56 (formerly Blue Max) 1984 USA Annapolis, Maryland Privately owned Staysail [3]
Adventuress 1914 USA Port Townsend, Washington National Historic Landmark former pilot boat 2 masted gaff [4]
Alabama 1926 USA Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts Tourism vessel, former pilot boat 2 masted gaff [5]
Alaska Rover 1989 USA Resurrection Bay, Alaska Working schooner plying the tourism trade. 2 masted gaff rigged, topsail schooner. [6]
Albanus 1988 FIN Mariehamn, Åland Sail training vessel, replica of a 1904 freighter 2 masted gaff [7]
Alma 1891 USA San Francisco National Historic Landmark former cargo scow 2 masted gaff [8]
Alma Doepel 1903 AUS Melbourne, Victoria Former commercial and sail training vessel, currently under repair 3 masted gaff, square topsail [9]
Amazing Grace 1981 USA San Diego, California Education/sail training ship for Maritime leadership 2 masted gaff, square topsail
American Eagle 1930 USA Rockland, Maine National Historic Landmark Gloucester schooner 2 masted gaff [10]
American Pride 1941 USA Long Beach, California Education/sail training vessel; former fishing boat 3 masted gaff [11]
American Rover 1986 USA Norfolk, Virginia Working schooner providing tours for up to 150 passengers. 3 masted topsail schooner [12]
American Spirit 1991 USA Washington, D.C. Education and excursion vessel 2 masted gaff [3]
Amistad 2000 USA New Haven, Connecticut Education vessel 2 masted gaff, square topsail [13]
Anne (formerly Tantra Schooner) 1978 Privately owned by Reid Stowe 2 masted gaff
Antonina (formerly Robert Emit) 1986 USA Townsends Inlet, New Jersey Privately owned Staysail [14]
Argia 1986 USA Mystic, Connecticut Tourism/charter vessel 2 masted gaff [15]
Argo 2006 BVI Road Town, Tortola Education/sail training vessel 2 masted Marconi/ staysail [16]
Atalanta 1901 GER Wismar Education/sail training and charter vessel 2 masted gaff [17]
Athos 2010 World's largest two-mast schooner at launch 2-mast Bermuda
Atlantic 2010 IMN Douglas, Isle of Man replica of racing yacht Atlantic (William Gardner, 1903) 3 mast gaff
Atyla 1984 ESP Badalona, Spain Sail training vessel (Civil) 2 masted schooner, staysail
Australia 1862 USA Mystic, Connecticut Education exhibit 2 masted gaff [18]
Belle Poule 1932 FRA Brest Naval training vessel 2 masted gaff, square topsail [19]
Schooner Bessie Ellen
Bill of Rights 1971 USA Chula Vista, California Privately owned; commercial day/overnight charters; school ship; 100 ton captain training. 2 masted gaff topsail schooner
Black Douglas 1930 MOR Morocco Privately owned; former school ship 3 masted Marconi/staysail schooner
Bluenose II 1963 CAN Lunenburg, Nova Scotia Replica of racing/fishing schooner Bluenose 2 masted gaff
Bonny Rover USA Norfolk, Virginia Privately owned [14]
Bowdoin 1921 USA Castine, Maine National Historic Landmark arctic exploration/sail training vessel 2 masted gaff knockabout [20]
Brilliant 1932 USA Mystic, Connecticut Sail training vessel
C.A. Thayer 1895 USA San Francisco National Historic Landmark former lumber/fishing boat 3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen [21]
Californian 1984 USA San Diego Education/sail training replica of C.W. Lawrence 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Cape Cleare 1983 USA Port Townsend,Wa Active West Coast Trolling Schooner Marconi Mainmast/Gaff Foremast
Cashier 1849 USA Bivalve, New Jersey Oldest schooner in the United States, oldest operational fishing vessel in the United States, and holder of New Jersey Oyster License No. 1; being restored by the Bayshore Discovery Project [14][22]
Challenge CAN Toronto, Ontario Charter boat 3 masted Marconi/staysail
Charlotte 2007 USA Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts Built over the course of three and a half years at the Gannon & Benjamin yard, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, by and for Nathaniel Benjamin 2 masted gaff [23][24]
Clipper City 1984 USA New York City Replica of eponymous Great Lakes cargo boat 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Creole 1927 ESP Palma, Majorca World's longest wooden yacht, refitted by Cantiere Navale Ferrari-Signani three masted staysail
Denis Sullivan 2000 USA Milwaukee, Wisconsin Education/sail training/tourism vessel 3 masted gaff
Eendracht 1989 NED Rotterdam Education/sail training/tourism vessel 3 masted gaff
Ernestina 1894 USA New Bedford, Massachusetts National Historic Landmark former fishing/arctic exploration/packet boat 2 masted gaff
Eleonora 2000 UK London replica of the racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1910) 2 masted gaff, yard topsail [25]
Elena 2009 UK London replica of the racing schooner Elena (Herreshoff, 1911) 2 masted gaff, yard topsail [26]
Empire Sandy 1943 CAN Thunder Bay Tourism vessel; former British tugboat rebuilt as schooner 3 masted gaff, square topsails
Enterprize 1997 AUS Melbourne, Victoria Replica of 1829 cargo ship 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Evelina M. Goulart 1927 USA Essex, Massachusetts Awaiting restoration; former fishing boat 2 masted gaff, currently downrigged
HMS Falken (S02) 1946 SWE Karlskrona Naval sail training vessel, with Gladan 2 masted gaff [27]
Fame 2003 USA Essex, Massachusetts Replica of the 1812 privateer schooner which captured the first prizes of the War of 1812 2 masted gaff
Gallant 1916 NED Amsterdam 2 masted gaff [28]
HMS Gladan (S01) 1947 SWE Karlskrona, Sweden Naval sail training vessel, with Falken 2 masted gaff [27]
Governor Stone 1877 USA Fort Walton Beach, Florida National Historic Landmark; oldest surviving Gulf schooner 2 masted gaff [29][30]
Grace Bailey 1882 USA Camden, Maine National Historic Landmark former lumber boat 2 masted gaff [31]
Harvey Gamage 1973 USA Boothbay Harbor, Maine Education/sail training vessel 2 masted gaff [32]
Helena C 1968 CAY Cayman Islands Privately owned; former sail training vessel 3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails [33]
Highlander Sea 1924 USA Port Huron, Michigan Sail training/education and tourism vessel; former pilot boat 2 masted gaff [34]
Hindu 1925 USA Key West, Florida Tourism/charter vessel in Key West in the winters and Provincetown, Massachusetts in the summers. Designed as a half-scale model of a Grand Banks fishing schooner. 2 masted gaff [35]
Isaac H. Evans 1886 USA Rockland, Maine National Historic Landmark, oldest surviving oyster schooner 2 masted gaff [36]
J. & E. Riggin 1927 USA Rockland, Maine National Historic Landmark former oyster boat 2 masted gaff
J.R. Tolkien 1964 NED Amsterdam Luxury chartership and naval trainingvessel.
Jacob Meindert 1952 NED Makkum, Súdwest-Fryslân 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Kajama 1930 CAN Toronto, Ontario Charter boat, former German coastal trader 3 masted gaff [37]
Kathleen and May 1900 UK Bideford, Devon Privately owned coastal trader. Restored 2000. Delivered "reduced carbon footprint" wine cargo from France to Dublin in 2008.[38] 3 masted gaff, square fore mast topsails [39]
L. A. Dunton 1921 USA Mystic, Connecticut National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat 2 masted gaff
Lady Maryland 1985 USA Baltimore, Maryland Educational vessel; replica of local 19th century workboats 2 masted gaff [40][41]
Lettie G. Howard 1893 USA New York City National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat 2 masted gaff
Lewis R. French 1871 USA Rockland, Maine National Historic Landmark former cargo boat; oldest surviving sailing vessel built in Maine 2 masted gaff [42]
Lily 1978 USA Stuart, Florida Tourism/charter vessel. Schooner rig with a scow hull. May have been the last boat purpose built to haul cargo commercially under sail power in the United States. Originally known as Lily of Tisbury. 2 masted gaff [43]
S.S.S. Lotus 1918 USA Webster, New York Sea Scout Ship; former private yacht 2 masted gaff
Lynx 2001 USA Newport Beach, California Education/sail training vessel; interpretation of an eponymous 1812 privateer vessel; also see HMS Mosquidobit (1813) 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Madeline USA Newport, Rhode Island Tourism vessel 2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main [44]
Manitou 1983 USA Traverse City, Michigan Replica of 19th century cargo schooners 2 masted gaff [45]
Maple Leaf 1904 CAN Vancouver, British Columbia Sail training/ecotourism vessel; former yacht and fishing boat 2 masted, gaff fore and Marconi main
Margaret Todd 1998 USA Bar Harbor, Maine Tourism vessel; steel hull and deck 4 masted schooner
Marité 1921 FRA 3 masted gaff, square topsails
Mary Day 1962 USA Camden, Maine Designed by Havilah Hawkins, Sr., built by Harvey Gamage, rebuilt in 2000. Mary Day serves for training and charter. 2 masted gaff topsail schooner [46]
Mercantile 1916 USA Camden, Maine National Historic Landmark former coastal trader, now tourism vessel 2 masted gaff
Mystic 2007 USA Mystic, Connecticut Tourism/charter vessel 3 masted gaff, square topsails [47]
Mystic Whaler 1967 USA New London, Connecticut Tourism/charter vessel 2 masted gaff [48]
Naga Pelangi 2009 GER Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg Tourism/charter vessel 2 masted junk [49]
Nighthawk 1880 USA Baltimore, Maryland 2 masted gaff [50]
Noorderlicht 1910 NED Enkhuizen Built as German naval lightship, now expedition cruise ship 2 masted gaff [51]
Olad 1927 USA Camden, Maine Built in 1927 by Crosby Boatyard, now does day sails and charters 2 masted gaff [52]
Oosterschelde 1918 NED Rotterdam Former freighter, last remaining Dutch vessel of its type 3 masted gaff, square topsails
Pacific Swift 1986 CAN Victoria, British Columbia Youth sail training vessel 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Phoenix 1972 USA Orcas Island, Washington State Ferrocement Hull 60' on deck, 90' sparred length, 51 tons, 18' beam, 3,500 Sqr feet of sail. Gaff-rigged Tops'l schooner. [1]
HMS Pickle 1995 UK Conwy, Wales Replica of HMS Pickle (1800), built in Russia. Used for charters and at the various bicentennial Trafalgar celebrations in the UK. 2 masted, square top-sail [2]
Pioneer 1885 USA New York City Tourism/museum vessel; former wrought iron-hulled cargo sloop 2 masted gaff [53]
Pride of Baltimore II 1988 USA Baltimore, Maryland Replica Baltimore Clipper, flagship of Maryland 2 masted gaff, square topsail
Quinnipiack 1984 USA New Haven, Connecticut Educational vessel; replica 19th century Gulf Coast freighter 2 masted gaff [54]
R. Tucker Thompson 1985 NZ Opua, Bay of Islands Sail training/tourism vessel 2 masted gaff, square topsails
 Rainbow Warrior (1989) 1957 NED Amsterdam Former commercial trawler, converted and re-launched by Greenpeace in 1989 3 masted gaff
Raja Laut 2006 Luxury charter schooner 2 masted gaff
La Recouvrance 1993 FRA Brest Tourism vessel; replica of 1817 Navy boats 2 masted gaff, square topsails
Regina Maris 1970 NED Amsterdam Charter boat 3 masted gaff [55]
Roseway 1925 USA Camden, Maine Education/sail training and tourism vessel; former racing/fishing and pilot boat 2 masted gaff
Saraswati 2 2014 Karakalpakstan Nukus Ultra lightweight racing schooner 2 masted marconi rig [56]
Sadko 1993 ESP Barcelona Replica in 18th century style 2 masted gaff [57]
Sedna IV 1957 CAN Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec Research/documentary filmmaking/polar exploration vessel; former trawler 3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen
Shamrock SWE Stockholm Sail training vessel 2 masted gaff
Shenandoah 1964 USA Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts Tourism vessel 2 masted gaff, square topsails; no engine [5]
Sir Winston Churchill 1966 GRC Privately owned; former sail training vessel 3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails [58]
Solway Lass 1902 AUS Airlie Beach, Queensland Charter vessel; former cargo carrier and wartime supply boat 2 masted gaff, square topsails
Spirit of Bermuda 2004 Hamilton, Bermuda Educational vessel owned and operated by the Bermuda Sloop Foundation 3 masted staysail schooner [59]
Spirit of Dana Point 1983 Dana Point, California Educational vessel owned and operated by the Ocean Institute 2 masted topsail [60]
Spirit of Massachusetts 1984 USA Boothbay Harbor, Maine Education/sail training vessel; modeled after Fredonia 2 masted gaff [61]
 Spirit of South Carolina 2007 USA Charleston, South Carolina Education/sail training vessel 2 masted gaff
Stephen Taber 1871 USA Camden, Maine National Historic Landmark former cargo boat 2 masted gaff
Summer Wind 1979 USA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tourism/charter vessel 2 masted Junk [62]
Svanen 1916 NOR Oslo Education/sail training vessel 3 masted gaff [63]
Swift of Ipswich 1938 USA Los Angeles Sail training vessel for at-risk youth; replica of a 1787 schooner 2 masted gaff, square topsails [64]
Tara 1989 FRA Lorient Polar exploration vessel 2 masted Marconi [65]
Te Vega 1930 ITA Privately owned; former private yacht, research vessel, and school ship 2 masted gaff
Thomas E. Lannon 1997 USA Gloucester, Massachusetts Tourism/Private Charter. Built in Essex, MA 2 masted gaff
Tole Mour 1988 USA Avalon, California Education/sail training vessel 3 masted gaff, square topsails
Tradewind 1911 NED Undergoing refit; former fishing/cargo/charter boat 2 masted gaff, square topsails [66][67]
Victory Chimes 1900 USA Rockland, Maine National Historic Landmark 3 masted gaff [68]
Virginia 2005 USA Norfolk, Virginia Sail training/tourism vessel; replica of a 1916 pilot boat 2 masted gaff knockabout
Wayward Wind 1972 Fiji Suva, Fiji Tourism/charter vessel 2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails [69]
Western Union 1939 USA Key West, Florida Flagship of Key West 2 masted gaff
Westward 1961 USA Boothbay Harbor, Maine Education/sail training vessel 2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails [70]
 Weymouth (schooner) 1860 USA Hamilton Township, New Jersey [71]
William Bassett 1988 USA Onset, Massachusetts Privately owned [72]
Winfield Lash 2000 USA Friendship, Maine Privately owned (construction took 18 years) [73][74]
Woodwind 1993 USA Annapolis, Maryland Tourism vessel 2 masted staysail [75]
Woodwind II 1998 USA Annapolis, Maryland Tourism vessel 2 masted staysail [75]
Xarifa 1927 UK Cowes Sail cruise vessel 3 masted, Marconi sail
Yuniy Baltiets 1989 RUS Saint Petersburg Sail training vessel 2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main [76]
Zawisza Czarny 1952 POL Gdynia Sail training vessel 3 masted, square sail
 Zodiac (schooner) 1924 USA Seattle, Washington Sail training/charter vessel; former private yacht and pilot boat 2 masted gaff

Historical schooners

Fictional schooners

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Adventure (Schooner)". National Historic Landmark summary listing.  
  3. ^ a b The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race: Official Preview Program. Annapolis: SpinSheet Publishing Company. 2008. p. 12. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  4. ^ "Adventuress (Schooner Yacht)". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2007-11-16. 
  5. ^ a b The Black Dog Tall Ships homepage
  6. ^ Designer's homepage
  7. ^ Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 67.  
  8. ^ "Alma (Scow)". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-02-13. 
  9. ^ websiteAlma Doepel
  10. ^ "National Historic Landmarks Program – American Eagle". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2007-10-13. 
  11. ^ homepageAmerican Pride
  12. ^ homepageDesigner's
  13. ^ homepageAmistad
  14. ^ a b c The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race: Official Preview Program. Annapolis: SpinSheet Publishing Company. 2008. p. 13. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  15. ^ Schooner Argia
  16. ^ profileArgoSeamester's
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  18. ^ Mystic Seaport Accessed 24 January 2009.
  19. ^ Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 78.  
  20. ^ "Bowdoin" homepage
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  26. ^ Schooner Elena – replica of racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1911)
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  28. ^ homepage (in Dutch)Gallant
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  30. ^ Governor StoneNPS listing for
  31. ^ Grace BaileyNHL listing for
  32. ^ homepageHarvey Gamage
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  35. ^ Schooner Hindu history webpage
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  44. ^ homepageMadeleine
  45. ^ homepageManitou
  46. ^ homepageMary Day
  47. ^ web page.MysticThe
  48. ^ homepageMystic Whaler
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  60. ^ Tkksummers (12 September 2009). "The Spirit of Dana Point – Toshiba Tall Ship Parade". Retrieved 9 May 2010. 
  61. ^ homepageSpirit of Massachusetts
  62. ^ homepage at American Sailing ToursSummer Wind
  63. ^ homepageSvanen
  64. ^ Swift of IpswichLos Angeles Maritime Institute info on
  65. ^ Expeditions' homepageTara
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  67. ^ current owner's websiteTradewind
  68. ^ Victory ChimesNHL listing for
  69. ^ Fiji Sailboat Charter/ ' 'Wayward Wind' ' homepage '
  70. ^ homepageWestward
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  74. ^ "Days 11–12: Milford to Saybrook, CT, to Port Judith & a Self-Made Boat". 14 July 2008. Retrieved 10 August 2010. 
  75. ^ a b "Woodwind & Woodwind II...". Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  76. ^ Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 297.  
  77. ^ Annual List of Merchant Vessels of the United States.  
  78. ^ "National Museums Northern Ireland". Schooner Result. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. Retrieved 30 January 2012. 
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