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United States Auxiliary Screw steam frigate Merrimac 60 guns Featured Sailing Ships Image

United States Auxiliary Screw steam frigate Merrimac 60 guns

United States Auxiliary Screw steam frigate Merrimac 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour. Print showing a broadside view of the port side of the steam frigate U.S.S. Merrimack undersail near the entrance to New York harbor. Includes measurements for length, breadth, weight, and horse power. Date between 1856 and 1860. United States Auxiliary Screw steam frigate Merrimac 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour. Print showing a broadside view of the port side of the steam frigate U.S.S. Merrimack undersail near the entrance to New York harbor. Includes measurements for length, breadth, weight, and horse power. Date between 1856 and 1860

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

SS Ernest Bazin, 1897 Featured Sailing Ships Image

SS Ernest Bazin, 1897

Illustration of M. Bazin's Roller Steamer, SS Ernest Bazin, leaving Le Havre on a sea trial, July 1897. This vessel, launched in 1896, was built with a flat rectangular deck supported on twelve disc-shaped wheels. With power applied via a screw propellor and each of the wheels, a speed of 6 knots was achieved and she was reported as behaving well in a fresh breeze and rough sea

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Twin Steam-Ship Castalia, September 1874 Featured Sailing Ships Image

Twin Steam-Ship Castalia, September 1874

Engraving of the twin-hulled, paddle steamer Castalia, September 1874. Launched in that year, for the English Channel Steamship Company, her radical design was intended to improve stability and sea-keeping. However the design was not a success and she was sold, in 1883, to the Metropolitan Asylums Board for use as a floating hospital on the River Thames

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans