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.
An illustration of a wind powered ship docked.
An illustration of a large wind powered ship.
Early Dutch Man of war used in New York during the late 1600s.
An ancient Greek ship.
An illustration of one of Sir Walter Raleigh's ships.
"A Spanish ship of Elizabeth's time."—Gordy, 1912
Two ships on the horizon in the ocean.
Three ships sailing on the ocean.
An illustration of Spanish and English ships with sails at war.
An illustration of a king looking over ships.
The Saxon ships from ancient Germany.
Skidbladnir, a ship build by Dvalin the dwarf. "The first present was a magic ship, It was so small…
A typical slave Dhow.
"A small fore-and-aft rigged vessel with one mast and fixed bowsprint."—Finley, 1917
Spanish vessels during the exploration of Florida.
A Spanish caravel. The vessels furnished by Isabella were only caravels, light coasting ships,…
Spanish treasure ships which Francis Drake captured for England.
This representation of the vessels of the early Spanish navigators is a fac-simile of a cut in Medina's…
The USS Advance was a brigantine in the United States Navy which participated in an arctic…
Built in 1638.
An Three-masted barque sailing ship.
A ship in a thunderstorm.
The Louisiana was an explosive laden ship designated to be blown up as an attack on Fort Fisher.
The first USS Sabine was a sailing frigate built by the United States Navy in 1855.
Vali, the sunshine god, is found as a baby in a ship that arrives sailing by itself. The people of that…
Any ship propelled primarily by man-power, using oars. Most galleys also use masts and sails as a secondary…
French sailing ship used to sail to Florida.
"Nelson's flagship at the battle of Trafalgar."—Webster, 1920
A United States Navy cruiser; Wampanoag.
War-Ships of the 15th century
War-Ships on the time of Charles II
A warship is a ship that is built and primarily intended for combat. Warships are usually built in a…
The ship in which William the Conqueror crossed the channel in 1066.
A small vessel with a single mast, a main sail, a forestaysail, and a jib set to bowsprit end.
A Yawl sailing ship.
A yawl, which is a two mast sailing craft.