This transportation ClipArt gallery offers 194 images of wind-powered ships, which move by using the wind that blows against the sails of the ship.
A ship of Columbus' time.
"Nautical-with ends pointing upward. Image: Man-of-war with Yards a-cockbill."-Whitney, 1902
The U.S. Sloop of War Alert.
Naval battle between an American ship and an Algerine corsair.
Rig of an American Sloop.
"A narrow flat-bottomed fishing-boat having an outrigger, much used in Annam" (Vietnam). -Whitney, 1911
The Belle Poule and the Arethusa.
An illustration of the Spanish Armada. In etymological origin, armada is a Spanish word meaning "armed"…
A two masted Arab boat used for trading in the Indian ocean. Can carry 200 to 250 tons of cargo.
A pirate ship of the Barbary Coast in North Africa.
"A Bark, or Barque, is a three-masted vessel of which the foremast and mainmast are square-rigged, but…
A ship with three masts, without a mizzen top mast.
Or Barque, a three-masted vessel of which the foremast and mainmast are square-rigged, but the mizzenmast…
A three masted vessel, with the foremast square rigged, and the mainmast and mizzemast fore and aft…
An Barquentine sailing ship.
Bookplate with sailing ship.
"Riding-boom. A boat-boom or long spar working in a hinge or goose-neck, designed to be lowered…
A sailing vessel with two masts rigged like the foremast and mizzen-mast of a full-rigged ship.
"A Brig, (contracted from brigantine), is a vessel with two masts, square-rigged on both."—(Charles…
"Brigantine: a square-rigged vessel with two masts and fore and aft mainsail." — Williams, 1889
An Brig sailing ship.
"Brig, a sailing vessel with two masts rigged like the foremast and mizzen-mast of a full-rigged ship."…
An Brigantine sailing ship.
An illustration of a Brigantine sailing ship.
A British ship during the 13th century.
The ship of Jacques Cartier, a French explorer.
A Chinese trading ship.
A Baltimore clipper.
Columbus' flag ship, the "Santa Maria."
The USS Constitution in 1876.
The attack of the Pirate Ship.
A vessel rigged nearly like a sloop, with one mast and a straight running bowspirit, which may be run…
A Cutter sailing ship.
When used in a nautical sense, a cutter is a small single-masted vessel, fore-and-aft rigged, with two…
An old boat powered by both sails and oars.
Danish Boat or Chiule from the Bayeux Tapestry
An arab vessel, generally with one mast. Mainly used for trading goods and sometimes transporting slaves.
A Dutch fishing vessel used in the North Sea, particularly in the cod and herring fisheries. It is rigged…
A canoe made out of a single piece of wood and carrying a square sail, employed for navigating the marshes…
"Dutch war vessel in Cromwell's time." -Breasted, 1914
Rig of an English Cutter.
An English Ketch sailing ship.
An English Schooner sailing ship.
English ship of the sixteenth century.
A 13th Century English Ship.
The USS Essex and her prizes in Massachusetts Bay following a cruise in Bermuda.
The USS Essex fighting the British ships Phoebe and Cherub.
The felucca is a sailing vessel used to protect the Red Sea and the eastern part of the Mediterranean…
A ship of the Fifteenth Century.
Fishing from a Sail-boat.
Man sailing a small fishing boat.
Five ships coming over the horizon.
An Fore and Aft Schooner sailing ship.
An Fore and Aft seven-mastered schooner sailing ship.
An Four-masted barque sailing ship.
The original six frigates of the United States Navy were authorized by the Congress with the Naval Act…
An Full-rigged sailing ship.
Fulton destroyed a vessel of two hundred tons burden by using the torpedo, and he convinced the spectators…
"Nautical, a vessel's standing gaff which has an iron jackstay bolted to its under side." -Whitney,…
A vessel formerly used extensively in the Mediterranean.