This transportation ClipArt gallery offers 217 images of wind-powered ships, which move by using the wind that blows against the sails of the 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.
A Spanish galleon was used during wars and during discoveries of the Pacific Coast
An Elizabethan Galleon.
"Elated by the victory, the Romans now determined to drive Carthage out of the island altogether. This,…
A small long, narrow boat with a high bow and stern, best known for its use in the canals of Venice.
Sea Fight off Goudelour.
"The Great Harry, the First Famous Ship of the English Navy, built in 1512."—Scudder, 1897
Gunboats in the James River off the Virginia coast. Gunboats were boats used for carrying one or more…
Types of the 188 gunboats authorized in 1809.
The gunboats used in 1807 were wind-powered ships.
Henry Hudson's ship "Half Moon" on the Hudson River in New York.
"A ship of the Hanseatic League." -Breasted, 1914
A harbor from the era of the Roman Empire.
USS Hartford, a sloop-of-war, was the first ship of the United States Navy named for Hartford,…
The Hartoford departed the Delaware Capes 28 January, 1862 as flagship of Flag Officer David…
The ice-barrier by Captain Wilkes
People in a boat landing on an island while the main ship stands along on the ocean during a sunset.
"Monkey reefed, said of a sail when the yard is on the cap and the reef-tackles are hauled out."…
"Spanish reef, a derisive term for a jib having a knot tied in its head, or for one of the square-sails…
In February 1800 Constellation fought a night encounter with the frigate La Vengeance.…
Magellan's ship that sailed around the world.
The U.S. Sloop of War Marion.
The Mayflower, the ship the Pilgrims took to America.
The ship that the Pilgrims came to America on.
The Mayflower is the ship that the Pilgrims sailed on from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The ship that transported the Pilgrims from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, which would…
One of the ships used to transport the English Separatists to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The ship that transported the English pilgrims from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts in…
View on the Coast of Mount Desert Island, Maine.
The Nautical School Ship at St. Mary's.
Three ships engaged in a naval battle.
A ship of the American Navy in the late 18th century.
A drawing of the discovery of the New World.
An East Indiaman, the "Newcastle."
The Nina, a ship that came to America with Columbus
The Nina was Columbus' smallest ship in his fleet when he set sail and landed in America.
The Norfolk Naval Yard, also known as the Norfolk Naval Shipyard became an integral shipyard during…
Norman ship from Bayeux Tapestry
A large group of travelers in boats sailing on to the discovery of Lebanon.
A boat used by pilots for cruising off shore to meet incoming ships.
A boat of Sumatra and the Malay archipelago, with from one to three masts, generally two, carrying square…
The Pinta, a ship that came to America with Columbus
The Pinta was Columbus' 2nd largest ship in his fleet.
Port Eads, Louisiana, is located at the southern tip of the Mississippi River, also known as South Pass…
The Confederate privateer ship USS Sumter.
A proa boat with outrigger. Very swift and agile.
This illustration displays an elevation view of the proa. A proa is a type of sailing vessel with multi…
This illustration displays an end view of the proa. A proa is a type of sailing vessel with multi hulls.
This illustration displays a plan view of the proa. A proa is a type of sailing vessel with multi hulls.
A broad flat bottom boat, used for transporting the products of India down the Ganges. It is from 40…
"A sloop-yacht with a jib, the jib-stay being fastened to a bowsprit." -Whitney, 1911
A three cornered sail set on schooners in windy conditions.
A raft, showing early use of the sail.
"Railway, with single traveler in detail. Nautical, iron jackstays bolted on the under side of standing…