A painting created from a vintage image of a Schaerbeek Schooner in Brussels – by artist Rodolphe Schönberg who fought the Nazis in World War II and was ultimately executed by them. Click here to see other versions Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING – A Schaerbeek Schooner 1944 by Rodolphe Schönberg Brussels
The Famous Bluenose at the International Schooner Races Halifax 1931. Painting is based on a B&W photo from the race. Click here to see other versions. This painting based on a vintage photo of The Bluenose at the inaugural International … Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING – The Famous Bluenose at the International Schooner Races in Halifax – 1931
Based on a photo from the late 1980s, this ship is ashore on the island of Grand Manan in the Bay of Fundy. Click here to check the various versions Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING – Ashore at Grand Manan, NB
Kathleen and David launched May 24 1930 Joseph Gaskill – After original B&W photo in the Grand Manan Museum Archive Click here to see more versions Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING – Kathleen and David launched May 24 1930 Joseph Gaskill
Sailboats were all the thing waaay back in the day. Look at these vessels in Boothbay Harbour, Maine back in the 1930s!! Click here to see available versions Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING: Sailboats in Boothbay Harbor, Circa 1930s
Beautiful Bethia is a figurehead on the resurrected HMS Bounty. This artwork is based on a photo taken in St. Andrews, NB when the Bounty visited there. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VARIOUS AVAILABLE VERSIONS Continue reading SHIPS – Beautiful Bethia – the Figurehead on HMS Bounty.
Upgraded a vintage black and white image from Carvers Harbor, Maine so everyone would know what it’s like for us up north to … GO SAILING IN THE WINTER!!! 🤣 Get a copy you can print for your wall at: https://payhip.com/b/oUbAp Continue reading HUMO/UR – Sailing During the Winter in Maine
The following was published in 2008. Fourteen years later it doesn’t seem like sail will take over from fuel consuming ships at sea!! According to the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, a large ship … Continue reading ISSUES: Is the New Age of Sail Coming to Atlantica?
Imagine, sailing ships and skyships plying the waters of the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine, moving goods back and forth along traditional trade routes that are centuries old. Imagine also that we design these ships to reduce impacts … Continue reading IDEAS: Sky Ships for Atlantica?
Sailing the Gulf of Maine is a special adventure. We published this interesting blog post years ago. Still works today I think. For more exciting postings, visit Bruce and Bonnie’s Blog at: http://bbmarriott.blogspot.com/2008/02/bay-of-fundy.html ******************* Sunday, February 3, 2008BAY OF FUNDY … Continue reading EXPLORE: Sailing Atlantica with Bruce and Bonnie
During the process of researching our coastal lighthouses, I ran across this publication. If you would like to experience things the way they were, then this is a really great read and source of information. Click to access anchor-to-windward.pdf https://archive.org/stream/anchortowindward006018mbp?ui=embed#mode/2up Continue reading EXPLORE: Sailing the Downeast coast in the 1930s
This great article outlines the mystery of the Mary Celeste … a vessel from Atlantica that was found abandoned on its way to Italy. There are many theories. What do you think happened? Updated December 1, 2021 *********************** On the … Continue reading MYSTERY: In 1872 the Mary Celeste was found adrift at sea. What happened?
Imagine this in the Bay of Fundy! Learn more at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maltese_Falcon_(yacht) The bare hull was built and launched on speculation in 1989-1990 by Perini Navi at its newly acquired shipyard in Tuzla, İstanbul, but found no takers in the aftermath of the Gulf … Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING: Maltese Falcon – real luxury under sail.
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