Kalmaesund (M13)

The minelayer Kalmarsund, M13, was built at Örlogsvarvet in Stockholm in 1953. M13 was used in Karlskrona for repairs and maintenance of the Swedish Coast Defence minefields, and for training of officers and conscripts in navigation and mine service. In 1992 she was refitted at Oskarshamn naval... read more

Monitor Sölve

The monitor Sölve, built at Motala Warf in Norrköping, was delivered in 1875 and was one in a series of seven small monitors. Sölve was armed with a 24-cm gun M/69 and two 12-mm machine guns M/75. The gun was fixed to aim over the bow. To change direction the ship had to turn and was therefor... read more

TCB 36 AB-212 Helicopter

Type: AB 212 Built: Agusta, Italy Commissioned Turkish Navy: 4 August 1977 Decommissioned Turkish Navy: 25 March 2013 Transferred to Izmir Warships Museum: 22 May 2014 Length17.39 meters Beam: 3.96 meters Displacement: 8000 lb Address: Izmir Warship Museum Inciraltı Balço... read more

USS CAIRO

USS CAIRO

Class: City Ironclad River Gunboat Launched: December 1861 At: Mound City, Illinois Commissioned: January 15, 1862 Length: 175 feet Beam: 51 feet, 2 inches Draft: 6 feet Displacement: 512 tons Armament: three Army 42-pounder rifles; three Navy smoothbore 64-pounders; 6 Navy smoothbore 32-p... read more

MLV* CASTOR (A810)

MLV* CASTOR (A810)

Type: Navy Pilot Vessel (Boat) Year built: 1950 At: Gebroeders Pot, Bolnes, The Netherlands Length: 45.87 m, 150.49 ft Beam: 8.43 m, 27.66 ft Draft: 3.50 m, 11.48 ft Displacement: 500 tonnes (metric) Engine: 750 HP Smit M.A.N. 6 cyl. Diesel Speed: 13.2 knots Range: 7,000 nm Crew: 52 (whe... read more

SS CITY OF MILWAUKEE

SS CITY OF MILWAUKEE

Type: Railroad Car & Passenger Ferry Launched: November 25, 1930 At: Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company, Wisconsin Length: 347.9 feet Beam:56.2 feet Draft: 19.2 feet Displacement: 2,942 tons Capacity: 30 railroad cars Address for inquiries: SS City of Milwaukee National Historic Landmar... read more

Esra (1888)

Esra (1888)

Esra was built at the Chatham (England) Naval Shipyard in 1888 and served for a period as a steam pinnace on an unspecified cruiser of the Royal Navy. Later, she was converted into a gasoline-powered excursion boat and used on inland waters. Purchased by Rahmi M. Koç in 1988 as a wreck, she was ... read more

Gimik Semi-Submersible

Gimik Semi-Submersible

Type: Office of Strategic Services, covert spy vessel Length: 19 feet, 2 inches Beam: 5 feet, 3.5 inches Complement: One pilot, two passengers Propulsion: Gray Marine Light Four Engine, 16 Horse Power, engine encased in a watertight steel enclosure. Construction: Plywood hull with met... read more

Gonca (early 1900s)

Gonca (early 1900s)

Despite much research, the origins of GONCA (which means “Rosebud”) are shrouded in mystery. She was built in a Northern European shipyard probably between 1907 and 1909. Identification marks showed that she had an engine manufactured in Britain. Turkish naval historians, referring to Ottoman na... read more

MV KRAIT

MV KRAIT

Type: Commando Boat Built: 1934 in Japan Length: 70 feet Beam: 11 feet Draft: 5 feet Displacement: 68 tons Speed: 6.5 knots Address: Australian National Maritime Museum GPO Box 5131 Sydney, NSW 2001 Australia +61 2 9298 3777 Fax: +61 2 9298 3780 http://www.a... read more

Icebreaker KRASIN

Icebreaker KRASIN

Type: Icebreaker Built: 1916-1917 At: Armstrong-Whitworth & Co., Newcastle Upon Tyne, England Length: 323 feet (98.5 meters) Beam: 70 feet, 6 inches (21.5 meters) Draft: 26 feet (7.9 meters) Displacement: 8,730 tons Armament: (in World War II) four 76mm guns, seven 20mm AA g... read more

Maid of Honour (1905)

Maid of Honour (1905)

The Admiral’s Barge (or Pinnace), built in 1905 for the Royal Navy, was the first “bell funnel” barge with diesel power. The barge served HMS RODNEY, HMS NELSON and HMS HOOD in 1941 when the latter was sunk by the BISMARCK. For the remainder of the war, she served as a Flag Officer barge in Ma... read more

MB172 EPIC LASS

MB172 EPIC LASS

Type: Officers' Launch Built: 1937 At: Naval Dockyard, Garden Island, Sydney Length: 39 feet Beam: 11 feet 5 inches Draft: 4 feet Displacement: 10 tons Construction: Carvel, spotted gum planking and ribbing, teak cabin Engine: 6-cylinder TAMD 41 Volvo Penta C diesel 147 kW ... read more

SS MILWAUKEE CLIPPER

SS MILWAUKEE CLIPPER

Class: Coastal Passenger Steamer Launched: 1905 At: American Shipbuilding Company, Cleveland, Ohio Length: 361 feet Beam: 45 feet Draft: 16 feet Displacement: 4,272 tons Address: SS Milwaukee Clipper Preservation, Inc. P.O. Box 1370 Muskegon, MI 49443-1370 (231) 755-0990 Fax: (231) 722... read more

USS MONITOR

USS MONITOR

Class: Monitor turreted warship Launched: January 30, 1862 At: Greenpoint, New York Commissioned: February 25, 1862 Length: 172 feet Beam: 41.4 feet Draft: 9.5 feet Displacement: 1,038 tons Armament: Two eleven-inch Dahlgren guns Address: The Mariners' Museum 100 Mus... read more

MV PILOT

MV PILOT

Type: Harbor Pilot Launched: August 7, 1914 At: Goularte Boatyard, San Diego, CA Length on deck: 54 foot Address: Maritime Museum of San Diego 1306 N. Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 234-9153 Fax: (619) 234-8345 Email: [email protected] http://www.sdmaritime.org Latitude: 32... read more

POGO (YFL-104)

POGO (YFL-104)

Type: Sounding Boat Launched: 8 July 1954 At: Marine Industries Ltd., Sorel, Québec Length: 36 feet, 1 inch Beam: 12 feet, 2 inches Draft: 3 feet, 7 inches Displacement: 9 tons Complement: 6 men (2 officers) Address for Information: P.O. Box 79203 CSP Galeries de Hull Gatineau, QC, J... read more

USS POTOMAC (AG-25)

USS POTOMAC (AG-25)

Class: Potomac Presidential Yacht Launched: June 30, 1934 At: Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co., Manitowoc, Wisconsin Commissioned: March 2, 1936 Length: 165 feet Beam: 23 feet, 9 inches Draft: 8 feet, 1 inch Displacement: 416 tons Address: Potomac Association 540 Water Street P.O. Box 2064 ... read more

SS Rosalie (1873)

SS Rosalie (1873)

Built in 1873 as DEN BRIEL, she was a steam tug for the Dutch Ministry of War, serving the Torpedo Corps in Brielle, Holland, until 1922.  Sold several times to various owners and badly damaged by Allied aircraft on the River Maas in 1944, she was rescued from scrapping and renamed the ROSALIE in 1... read more