This transportation ClipArt gallery offers 203 images of wind-powered ships, which move by using the wind that blows against the sails of the ship.

A sailboat

Sailboat

A sailboat

A sailboat in the water.

Sailboat

A sailboat in the water.

A junk is a Chinese sailing vessel. The English name comes from Javanese jong (Malay: adjong), meaning 'ship' or 'large vessel'.[1] Junks were originally developed during the Han Dynasty (220 BC-200 AD) and further evolved to represent one of the most successful ship types in history.

Chinese Sailboat

A junk is a Chinese sailing vessel. The English name comes from Javanese jong (Malay: adjong), meaning…

A double mast vessel known as a ketch. Meant to be used as a fishing boat but could also be used for luxury as well.

Fishing Sailboat

A double mast vessel known as a ketch. Meant to be used as a fishing boat but could also be used for…

A small quadrilateral sail, set on a small mast of a ship's taffrail.

Ringtail Sailboat

A small quadrilateral sail, set on a small mast of a ship's taffrail.

First used by the Dutch in the 16th and 17th centuries and later refined in North America from the early 18th century. Used for slavery, fishing, and privateering among other things. First schooner made in Scotland in 1713.

Wind-Powered Sailboat

First used by the Dutch in the 16th and 17th centuries and later refined in North America from the early…

A small sailboat with "square-rigged" masts known as a brig.

Wind-Powered Sailboat

A small sailboat with "square-rigged" masts known as a brig.

An image of a wind-powered sailboat. This sort of sailboat was developed in the 19th century for faster delivery of trade goods from one nation to another.

Wind-Powered Sailboat

An image of a wind-powered sailboat. This sort of sailboat was developed in the 19th century for faster…

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

Sailboating, Black and White

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

Sailboating, Color

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

Sailboating, Outline

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

Sailboating, Silhouette

This sign indicates that sailboating is permitted nearby.

Three sailboats on a body of water.

Sailboats

Three sailboats on a body of water.

A certain portion of a sail between the top or bottom and a row of eyelet-holes running across the sail, one or more reefs being folded or rolled up to contract the sail in proportion to the increase of the wind.

Reef Sails

A certain portion of a sail between the top or bottom and a row of eyelet-holes running across the sail,…

A piece of cloth or tissue of some kind spread to the wind to impel or assist in impelling a vessel through the water.

Ship Sails

A piece of cloth or tissue of some kind spread to the wind to impel or assist in impelling a vessel…

Santa Maria under sail

Santa Maria

Santa Maria under sail

The Santa Maria, a ship that came to America with Columbus

Santa Maria

The Santa Maria, a ship that came to America with Columbus

The Santa Maria

Santa Maria

The Santa Maria

The Santa Maria was Columbus' largest ship he commanded.

The Santa Maria

The Santa Maria was Columbus' largest ship he commanded.

The Confederate privateers were privately owned ships that were authorized by the government of the Confederate States of America to attack the shipping of the United States.

The Savannah, Confederate Privateer

The Confederate privateers were privately owned ships that were authorized by the government of the…

Saxon ship from Bayeux Tapestry

Saxon ship from Bayeux Tapestry

Saxon ship from Bayeux Tapestry

A small sharp-built vessel, usually having two masts, with fore-and-aft sails.

Schooner

A small sharp-built vessel, usually having two masts, with fore-and-aft sails.

A sailing vessel with two or three masts. Vessels of this class are built for fast sailing and are provided with fore-and-aft sails. Many different kinds of schooners are employed, but the two chief classes are those known as for-and-aft rigged and the topsail schooner.

Schooner

A sailing vessel with two or three masts. Vessels of this class are built for fast sailing and are provided…

"A vessel with two or more masts, fore and aft rigged, whose main and fore sails are extended by gaffs and stretched out below by booms."—Finley, 1917

Schooner

"A vessel with two or more masts, fore and aft rigged, whose main and fore sails are extended by gaffs…

American four-masted schooner.

Schooner

American four-masted schooner.

A seven-masted steel schooner

Schooner

A seven-masted steel schooner

A four-masted schooner, a type of sailing vessel which uses fore-and-aft sails.

Schooner

A four-masted schooner, a type of sailing vessel which uses fore-and-aft sails.

A small fast-sailing sharp-built vessel with two mass, and the principals sails of the fore-and aft type. There are two chief kinds of schooners, the topsail schooner and the fore-and-aft schooner. This is an illustration of the Topsail Schooner.

Schooner Ship

A small fast-sailing sharp-built vessel with two mass, and the principals sails of the fore-and aft…

"Settee. A vessel with one deck and a very long sharp prow, carrying two or three masts with lateen sails, used on the Mediterranean." -Whitney, 1911

Settee

"Settee. A vessel with one deck and a very long sharp prow, carrying two or three masts with lateen…

The Shannon and Chesapeake entering the harbor of Halifax in 1813.

Shannon and Chesapeake Entering Halifax

The Shannon and Chesapeake entering the harbor of Halifax in 1813.

The sharp or sharpie is a long, narrow sailboat with a flat bottom used for oystering.

Sharpie

The sharp or sharpie is a long, narrow sailboat with a flat bottom used for oystering.

"Abox- in or into the position of the yards of a vessel when the head-sails are laid aback: applied to the head-yards only, the other sails being kept full."-Whitney, 1902

Ship

"Abox- in or into the position of the yards of a vessel when the head-sails are laid aback: applied…

A ship on the water.

Ship

A ship on the water.

A ship on the water.

Ship

A ship on the water.

A ship

Ship

A ship

Image of a ship

Ship

Image of a ship

Any large sea-going vessel.

Ship

Any large sea-going vessel.

A large sailing ship.

Ship

A large sailing ship.

The name applied in a restricted sense to a large vessel with bowsprit and three masts, each of which carries square sails, but in an extended sense to vessels adapted for navigation, including all kinds except boats.

Ship

The name applied in a restricted sense to a large vessel with bowsprit and three masts, each of which…

A large ship with six sails.

Ship

A large ship with six sails.

A sailing vessel with numbered sails:"1. Flying jib, 2. Jib, 3. Fore staysail, 4. Foresail, 5. Fore gaff topsail, 6. Main topmast staysail, 7. Mainsail, 8. Main gaff topsail

Ship

A sailing vessel with numbered sails: "1. Flying jib, 2. Jib, 3. Fore staysail, 4. Foresail, 5. Fore…

A ship is a large vessel that floats on water and is propelled by wind caught in the sails.

Ship

A ship is a large vessel that floats on water and is propelled by wind caught in the sails.

An illustration of a wind powered ship docked.

Ship

An illustration of a wind powered ship docked.

A ship capable of cross-oceanic travelling.

Ship

A ship capable of cross-oceanic travelling.

An illustration of a large wind powered ship.

Ship

An illustration of a large wind powered ship.

An ancient ship.

Ship

An ancient ship.

An image of a ship being built in Spain during the 1400's before Columbus' exploration.

Ship Building

An image of a ship being built in Spain during the 1400's before Columbus' exploration.

An illustration of a wind powered ship docked.

Ship Docked

An illustration of a wind powered ship docked.

An illustration of a large wind powered ship.

Large Ship with Sails

An illustration of a large wind powered ship.

Early Dutch Man of war used in New York during the late 1600s.

Dutch Man War Ship

Early Dutch Man of war used in New York during the late 1600s.

An ancient Greek ship.

Greek Ship

An ancient Greek ship.

An illustration of one of Sir Walter Raleigh's ships.

Ralegh's Ship

An illustration of one of Sir Walter Raleigh's ships.

"A Spanish ship of Elizabeth's time."—Gordy, 1912

Spanish Ship

"A Spanish ship of Elizabeth's time."—Gordy, 1912

Two ships on the horizon in the ocean.

Ships

Two ships on the horizon in the ocean.

Three ships sailing on the ocean.

Ships

Three ships sailing on the ocean.

An illustration of Spanish and English ships with sails at war.

Spanish & English Ships with Sails at War

An illustration of Spanish and English ships with sails at war.

An illustration of a king looking over ships.

King Looking Over Ships

An illustration of a king looking over ships.

The Saxon ships from ancient Germany.

Saxon Ships

The Saxon ships from ancient Germany.

Spanish Ships

Spanish Ships

Spanish Ships

Skidbladnir, a ship build by Dvalin the dwarf. "The first present was a magic ship, It was so small that it could be folded up and carried in the pocket when it was not needed. When the gods wished to use the ship, it would spread out large enough to carry them all. The most wonderful thing about the ship was that it made its own breezes." -Klugh, 1909

Skidbladner the Magic Ship

Skidbladnir, a ship build by Dvalin the dwarf. "The first present was a magic ship, It was so small…