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Star Flyer, a 112 m (367 ft) sail cruise ship launched in 1991, in the Pacific.

This is a list of large sailing vessels, past and present, including sailing mega yachts, tall ships, sailing cruise ships, and large sailing military ships. It is sorted by overall length. The list, which is in the form of a table, covers vessels greater than about 200 feet (61 m) LOA, which includes overhangs and spars (length on deck or waterline length are other common measures of ship length).

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Amerigo Vespucci, Venice, 2006
General

Year: launch/delivery/active
Shipyard: makers of the yacht
LOA: overall length
LOD: length on deck
LWL: waterline length
Beam: width

Tonnage and displacement

Gross tonnage and displacement are not equivalent and vary depending on the type of ton (e.g. metric or imperial) and how they are calculated. How gross tonnage is calculated has changed somewhat over time, but has always been a measure of cargo space ( i.e., it is a measure of the volume of the cargo space), and figures for displacement also can vary because of different standards for loading.

Current status

Meaning of status column:

  • S Sailing today
  • F Floating, permanently moored, not sailing
  • D Dry dock or equivalent, permanently
  • H Historic ship that no longer exists

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Largest sailing vessels
Names Image Year Status Shipyard LOA
sparred
 Beam  Masts
& type
Hull material Sail area Gross tonnage Displacement Note
SS Great Eastern   1858 H J. Scott Russell & Co. 692 ft (211 m) 82 ft (25 m) 6-mast sailing steam ship Iron 18,150 sq ft (1,686 m2) 18915 GRT 32160 long tons passenger liner, later converted to cable laying ship
Club Med 2   1992 S Sociéte Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre (SNACH) 636.5 ft (194.0 m) 65.6 ft (20.0 m) 5-mast motor-sailor Steel 26,000 sq ft (2,400 m2) 14,983 tons 1674 deadweight t[1] Cruise ship[2]
Wind Surf
Club Med 1[3][4]
  1990 S SNACH 617 ft (188 m) 66 ft (20 m) 5-mast motor-sailer Steel 26,881 sq ft (2,497.3 m2) 14745 GRT Cruise ship
Aqua City[5]
Merida
1984 Nippon Kokan (NKK) 590.2 ft (179.9 m) 23.4 ft (7.1 m) 2-mast sail-assist Steel 352 m² 18597 30,900 DWT sail-assisted cargo
Usuki Pioneer
Swift Wings
S1 Moon
1984 Usuki Tekkosho, Saiki 531.5 ft (162.0 m) 83 ft (25 m) 2-mast sail-assist Steel 640 m² 18,597 GRT sail-assisted cargo
Flying Clipper 2018 S Brodosplit 531.5 ft (162.2 m) 60.7 ft (18.5 m) 5-mast full rig Steel 6347 m2 8770 GRT Cruise ship
Preußen   1902 H Joh. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde 482 ft (147 m) 53.8 ft (16.4 m) 5-mast full rig Steel 73,259 sq ft (6,806.0 m2) 5081 GRT 11150 Windjammer,cargo, Flying P-Liner
France II   1913 H Chantiers et Ateliers de la Gironde 480.5 ft (146.5 m) 55.6 ft (16.9 m) 5-mast barque Steel 68,350 sq ft (6,350 m2) 5633 GRT 10710 ts cargo
R. C. Rickmers[6]

Neath

  1906 H Rickmers Reismühlen, Rhederei und Schiffbau, Bremerhaven 479 ft (146 m) 53.5 ft (16.3 m) 5-mast barque Steel 6045 m² 5548 GRT 10500 t cargo
Thomas W. Lawson   1902 H Fore River Shipyard 475 ft (145 m) 50 ft (15 m) 7-mast schooner Steel 43,000 sq ft (4,000 m2) 5218 GRT 13860 long tons cargo
S/Y A   2015 S Nobiskrug 469 ft (143 m) 82 ft (25 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 3,747 m2 (40,330 sq ft) 12700 GRT Private yacht
Wyoming   1909 H Percy & Small 450 ft (140 m) 50.1 ft (15.3 m) 6-mast schooner Wood/Iron 3700 m² 3730 GRT 9100 tonnes cargo
Maria Rickmers[7] 1891 H Russell & Co., Glasgow 443 ft (135 m) 48 ft (15 m) 5-mast barque Steel 5300 m² 3822 GRT
3344 NRT
cargo
Wind Star[8]   1986 S SNACH 440 ft (130 m) 52.1 ft (15.9 m) 4-mast motor-sailer Steel 21,500 sq ft (2,000 m2) 5,350 GRT Cruise ship
Wind Song[9]   1987 H SNACH 440 ft (130 m) 52.1 ft (15.9 m) 4-mast motor-sailer Steel 21,500 sq ft (2,000 m2) 5,350 GRT Cruise ship, scuttled
Wind Spirit[10]   1988 S SNACH 440 ft (130 m) 52.1 ft (15.9 m) 4-mast motor-sailer Steel 21,500 sq ft (2,000 m2) 5,350 GRT Cruise ship
Royal Clipper   2000 S Gdańsk, Merwede Shipyard 439 ft (134 m) 54 ft (16 m) 5-mast full rig Steel 56,000 sq ft (5,200 m2) 5050 GRT Cruise ship
Potosi   1895 H Joh. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde 436 ft (133 m) 49.7 ft (15.1 m) 5-mast barque Steel 56,510 sq ft (5,250 m2) 4027 GRT 8,350 ts (loaded) Cargo, Flying P-Liner
France I   1890 H D. & W. Henderson & Son, Partick Glasgow 435 ft (133 m) 48.5 ft (14.8 m) 5-mast barque 4550 m² 3784 GRT 8800 tons cargo ship
København   1921 H Ramage & Ferguson, Leith Scotland 430 ft (130 m) 49 ft (15 m) 5-mast barque Steel 4644,4 m² 3901 GRT training/cargo ship
HMS Black Prince
Emerald
Impregnable III
  1862 H Robert Napier & Sons 420 ft (130 m) 58 ft (18 m) 3-mast full rig Iron 48,400 sq ft (4,500 m2) 9250 long tons warship, trainer, scrapped 1923
HMS Warrior   1860 F Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company 418 ft (127 m) 58 ft (18 m) 3-mast full rig Iron 6039 tons burthen 9210 long tons warship, museum
HMS Agincourt   1867 H Laird, Son & Co. of Birkenhead 407 ft (124 m) 59 ft 6 in (18.1 m) 5-mast 6638 tons burthen 10800 tons warship
HMS Minotaur   1867 H Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company 407 ft (124 m) 59 ft 6 in (18.1 m) 5-mast 32,377 sq ft (3,007.9 m2) 6643 tons burthen 10690 tons warship
HMS Northumberland   1868 H Millwall Iron Works 407 ft (124 m) 59 ft 6 in (18.1 m) 5-mast wood/iron 32,377 sq ft (3,007.9 m2) 6631 tons burthen 10784 tons warship, rig later reduced to 3-mast
Great Republic   1853 H Donald McKay, Boston 400 ft (120 m) 53 ft (16 m) 4-mast clipper
3-mast later
Wood 6,400 m² 4555 GRT 6600 tons burthen cargo, rebuilt 1862, sunk 1872
Moshulu
Kurt
  1904 F William Hamilton, River Clyde 396 ft (121 m) 46.9 ft (14.3 m) 4-mast barque Steel 44,993 sq ft (4,180.0 m2) 3200 GRT[11] museum, cargo ship
Viking   1906 F Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen 387 ft (118 m) 46 ft (14 m) 4-mast barque Steel 39,700 sq ft (3,690 m2) 2959 GRT 6300 tons cargo, training ship, hotel
Sedov,[12]
Kommodore Johnsen
Magdalene Vinnen II
  1921 S Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft 385.5 ft (117.5 m) 48.9 ft (14.9 m) 4-mast barque Steel 45,154 sq ft (4,194.9 m2) 3476[12] training ship, cargo
Lawhill   1892 H W.B. Thompson & Co., Dundee 382 ft (116 m) 45 ft (14 m) 4-mast barque Steel 43,060 sq ft (4,000 m2) 2942 GRT 4600 cargo ship
HMS Achilles   1864 H Chatham Dockyard 380 ft (120 m) 58 ft 3 in (17.8 m) 4-mast 44,000 sq ft (4,100 m2) 6121 tons burthen 9829 long tons warship, rig later reduced to 3-mast
BAP Unión   2014 S SIMA, Peru 378.94 ft (115.50 m) 44 ft (13.5 m) 4-mast barque Steel 36,597 sq ft (3,400.0 m2) 3200 t training ship
Peking
HMS Pekin
Arethusa II
Peking
  1911 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 377.5 ft (115.1 m) 45.6 ft (13.9 m) 4-mast barque Steel 44,132 sq ft (4,100.0 m2) 3100 GRT[13] Flying P-liner, Museum, cargo ship
Passat   1911 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 377 ft (115 m) 47.3 ft (14.4 m) 4-mast barque Steel 49,514 sq ft (4,600.0 m2) 3091 GRT 6180 ts Flying P-liner, hostel, cargo
Pamir[14] 1905 H Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 375.6 ft (114.5 m) 46.0 ft (14.0 m) 4-mast barque Steel 40,900 sq ft (3,800 m2) 3020 GRT 4500 Flying P-liner, cargo ship
Kruzenshtern
Padua
  1926 S Joh. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde 375.5 ft (114.5 m) 46.0 ft (14.0 m) 4-mast barque Steel 36,600 sq ft (3,400 m2) 3545[15] 5725[15] Flying P-liner, training, tourist ship
Juan Sebastián Elcano   1927 S Echevarrieta & Larriñaga, Cadiz 371 ft (113 m) 43.3 ft (13.2 m)[16] 4-mast schooner Steel 26,555 sq ft (2,467.0 m2)[17] 3754[18] training ship
Esmeralda   1953 S Echevarrieta & Larriñaga, Cadiz 371 ft (113 m) 43.3 ft (13.2 m)[19] 4-mast schooner Steel 26,555 sq ft (2,467.0 m2)[20] 3754[21] training ship
Star Flyer   1991 S Scheepswerven van Langerbrugge 366 ft (112 m) 49.8 ft (15.2 m) 4-mast barquentine Steel 36,000 ft² 2,298 GT cruise ship
Star Clipper   1992 S Scheepswerven van Langerbrugge 366 ft (112 m) 45.9 ft (14.0 m) 4-mast barquentine Steel 36,000 ft² 2,298 GT cruise ship
Dar Młodzieży   1982 S Gdańsk Shipyard 362.9 (110.6 m) 45.9 ft (14.0 m) 3-mast frigate Steel 32453 ft (3015 m²) 2385 GRT 2791 training ship
Kaiwo Maru II[22]   1989 S Sumitomo Heavy Industries (SHI) 361 ft (110 m) 45.2 ft (13.8 m) 4-mast barque Steel 29,708 sq ft (2,760.0 m2) 2556 training ship
Nippon Maru II   1984 S SHI 361 ft (110 m) 35.1 ft (10.7 m) 4-mast barque Steel 29,708 sq ft (2,760.0 m2) 2570 training ship
Sea Cloud
Angelita
Hussar V[23]
  1931 S Krupp 360 ft (109.7) m 50 ft (15 m) 4-mast full rig ship Steel 32,000 sq ft (3,000 m2) 2532 GRT Cruise ship, yacht
Pallada   1989 S Gdańsk Shipyard 356.3 ft (108.6 m) 45.75 ft (13.94 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 29,827 sq ft (2,771.0 m2) 2264 GRT 2987 Training ship
Nadezhda   1992 S Gdańsk Shipyard 109.4 m 14 m 3-mast Steel 2768 m² 2986 long tons training
Mir   1987 S Lenin Shipyard 358 ft (109 m) 45.6 ft (13.9 m) 3-mast Steel 2771 m² 2257 trainer
Khersones   1989 S Lenin Shipyard 356 ft (109 m) 46 ft (14 m) 3-mast Steel 29,800 sq ft (2,770 m2) training/charter
Black Pearl (Y712)   2016 S Alblasserdam shipyard 350 ft (110 m) 49 ft (15 m) 3-mast DynaRig Steel 2,877 m2 (30,970 sq ft) 2986 yacht
Sea Cloud II[24][25]   2001 S Astilleros Gondán, Castropol 348 ft (106 m) 52 ft (16 m) 3-mast barque Steel 30,000 sq ft (2,800 m2)[26] 3849 GRT[27] Cruise ship
HMS Alexandra   1877 H Chatham Dockyard 344 ft (105 m) 63 ft 10 in (19.5 m) 3-mast 9492 long tons warship
HMS Inflexible   1881 H Portsmouth Dockyard 344 ft (105 m) 75 ft (23 m) 2-mast 18,500 sq ft (1,720 m2) 11880 tons (full load) warship, underrigged, rig later discarded
ARA Libertad   1956 S Rio Santiago 340.4 ft (103.8 m) 46.9 ft (14.3 m) 3-mast ship Steel 28,546 sq ft (2,652.0 m2) 3720 training ship
Amerigo Vespucci   1930 S Castellammare di Stabia 331 ft (101 m) 51 ft (16 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 30,400 sq ft (2,820 m2) 2686[28] 4146 tons (full load) training ship
HMS Monarch   1869 H Chatham Dockyard 330 ft (100 m) 57 ft 6 in (17.5 m) 3-mast full rig ship 27,700 sq ft (2,570 m2) 5102 tons burthen 8322 long tons warship/ironclad
Redoutable   1878 H 330 ft (100 m) 64 ft (20 m) 3-mast steamer steel/iron 9224 tonnes warship, rig later discarded?
Parma   1902 H Port Glasgow 327.6 ft (99.9 m) 46.4 ft (14.1 m) 3-mast full rig steel/iron 5300 tonnes cargo ship
HMS Hercules   1868 H Chatham Dockyard 325 ft (99 m) 59 ft (18 m) 3 mast full rig ship 49,400 sq ft (4,590 m2) 5234 tons burthen 8830 long tons (full load) warship
HMS Sultan   1871 H Chatham Dockyard 325 ft (99 m) 59 ft (18 m) 3-mast full rig 49,400 sq ft (4,590 m2) 5234 tons burthen 9290 long tons warship
Colbert   1877 H Brest shipyard 325 ft (99 m) 57 ft (17 m) 3-mast wood/iron 8600 tonnes warship
Statsraad Lehmkuhl
Grossherzog Friedrich August
  1914 S Joh. C. Tecklenborg,Geestemünde 321.5 ft (98.0 m) 41.4 ft (12.6 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,808 sq ft (2,026.0 m2) 1516 t[29] training ship
SS Great Britain   1843 D Bristol 322 ft (98 m) 50 ft 6 in (15.39 m) 5-mast steamer
3-mast
iron 3,675 tons load draught Museum ship
Passenger steamship
HMS Captain   1870 H Laird Brothers, Birkenhead 320 ft (98 m) 53 ft 3 in (16.2 m) 3-mast steamer 50,000 sq ft (4,600 m2) 4272 tons burthen 7767 tons warship
Rickmer Rickmers
NRP Santo André
NRP Sagres
Flores
Max
  1896 F Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven 318.2 ft (97.0 m) 40 ft (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 3,500 m² 1.980 BRT
3.067 TDW
Museum ship
Richelieu   1876 H Toulon shipyard 316 ft (96 m) 57 ft (17 m) 3-mast Wood
iron clad
22,055 sq ft (2,049.0 m2) 9000 tonnes warship
Pommern
Mneme
  1903 F J Reid & Co 312 ft (95 m) 43 ft 13 m 4-mast barque Steel 36,800 sq ft (3,420 m2) 2376 GRT Windjammer, museum
John Ena   1892 H R. Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow 312 ft (95 m) 48 ft (15 m) 4-mast barque Steel 2842 GRT Cargo
Dar Pomorza
Prinzess Eitel Friedrich
  1909 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 305.1 ft (93.0 m) 41.3 ft (12.6 m) 3-mast frigate Steel 2100 m² 1561 tonnes Museum, training ship
Eos   2006 S Lürssen 304.9 ft (92.9 m) 44.3 ft (13.5 m) 3-mast bermuda rigged schooner Aluminium 3600 m² 1500 Yacht
Baron of Renfrew   1825 H Charles Wood 304 ft (93 m) 61 ft (19 m) 4-mast sailing ship Wood 5294 GRT Disposable
USS Constitution[30]   1797 FS Edmund Hartt, Boston 304 ft (93 m) 43 ft (13 m) 3-mast heavy frigate Wood 42,710 sq ft (3,968 m2) 2200 tons Warship ('Old Ironsides')
Balclutha
Pacific Queen
Star of Alaska
Balclutha
  1886 F Charles Connell and Company 301 ft (92 m) 38.6 ft (11.8 m) 3-mast full rig ship Steel 1689 GRT[31] Museum, Cargo ship
HMS Bellerophon   1866 H Chatham Dockyard 300 ft (91 m) 56 ft 1 in (17.1 m) 3-mast steamer wood/iron
steel
23,800 sq ft (2,210 m2) 4720 tons burthen 7551 tons warship
ARM Cuauhtémoc   1982 S Astilleros Celaya S.A., Bilbao, Spain 296.9 ft (90.5 m) 39 ft 4 in (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 25,489 sq ft (2,368.0 m2) 1,800 tons training ship
Athena   2004 S Royal Huisman 295.3 ft (90.0 m) 40.0 ft (12.2 m) 3-mast gaff rigged schooner Aluminium 28,632 sq ft (2,660.0 m2) 1177 1126 Yacht
USCGC Eagle
Horst Wessel
  1936 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 295 ft (90 m) 39 ft 1 in (11.9 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,344 sq ft (1,982.9 m2) 1784 tons (full load) training ship
NRP Sagres
Guanabara
Albert Leo Schlageter
  1937 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 295 ft (90 m) 40 ft (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,000 sq ft (2,000 m2) 1,755 tons (full load) training ship
Legacy[32]
France II
1959 S Forges et al. Meditterranee, Le Havre 294 ft (90 m) 40 ft (12 m) 4-mast Barquentine Steel 1740 GRT[33] Cruise, Research ship
Gorch Fock   1958 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 293.3 ft (89.4 m) 39 ft (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,926 sq ft (2,037.0 m2) 3181 GRT 1760 (full load) training ship
Archibald Russell   1905 H Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Greenock 291.3 ft (88.8 m) 42.8 ft (13.0 m) 4-mast barque Steel 2354 GRT cargo
Le Ponant[34][35]   1991 S Societe Francaise de Construction Navale 290 ft (88 m) 39.4 ft (12.0 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 16,140 sq ft (1,499 m2)[36] 1443 UMS[37] 850[37] cruise ship
The Maltese Falcon[38]   2006 S Perini Navi 289.1 ft (88.1 m) 40.9 ft (12.5 m) 3-mast dynarigg clipper Steel 25,791 sq ft (2,396.1 m2) 1110 1240 Yacht
HMS Temeraire   1877 H Chatham Dockyard 285 ft (87 m) 62 ft (19 m) 2-mast brig 25,000 sq ft (2,300 m2) 8540 long tons warship
Dom Fernando ll e Glória   1843 D Shipyards of the Royal Navy Arsenal, Daman 284 ft (87 m) 42 ft

(13 m)

3-mast Frigate Wood 22,190 sq ft (2.052,2 m2) 1.849,16 tons Museum, warship
Glenlee
Islamount
Clarastella
Galatea
  1896 F Anderson Rodger & Company, Port Glasgow 282 ft (86 m) 37.5 ft (11.4 m) 3-mast Barque Steel 1613 GRT C. 2,990 tons museum, cargo ship
HMS Lord Clyde 1866 H Pembroke dockyard 280 ft (85 m) 59 ft (18 m) Wood 31,000 sq ft (2,900 m2) 4067 tons burthen 7750 tons warship, ironclad
HMS Lord Warden   1867 H Chatham Dockyard 280 ft (85 m) 59 ft (18 m) 3-mast Wood 4080 tons burthen 7842 long tons warship, ironclad
Cutty Sark   1869 D William Denny and Brothers/Scott & Linton, Dumbarton 280 ft (85 m) 36 ft (11 m) 3-mast Clipper Wood/Iron 32,291 sq ft (2,999.9 m2) 963 GRT[39] 2700 tons (2747 t) (full load) Museum, tea clipper
Falls of Clyde   1878 F Russell and Company, Port Glasgow 280 ft (85 m) 40 ft (12 m) 4-mast Iron 1807 GRT[40] Museum, Cargo ship
Star of India
Euterpe
  1863 S Gibson, McDonald & Arnold, Ramsey, Isle of Man 278 ft (85 m) 35.2 ft (10.7 m) 3-mast barque Iron 1318 GRT Museum, cargo ship
HMS Trincomalee   1817 D Bombay Dockyard, India 276 ft (84 m) 39.9 ft (12.2 m) 3-mast heavy frigate Wood 1065.63 bm Museum Ship
Simón Bolívar   1979 S Astilleros Celaya 270 ft (82 m) 35 ft 1 in (10.69 m) 3-mast barque Steel 17,800 sq ft (1,650 m2) 1260 tons training ship
Mircea   1938 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 269.4 ft (82.1 ft) 39.4 ft (12.0 m) 3-mast barque Steel 18,815 sq ft (1,748.0 m2)[41] 1312 GRT[41] 1760 ts training ship
Oregon Pine
Dorothy H. Sterling
  1920 H Portland, Oregon 267 ft (81 m) 49 ft 6 in (15.1 m) 6-mast schooner Lumber schooner
shipwreck
Sovereign of the Seas   1852 H Shipyard of Donald McKay, East Boston 258 ft 2 in 44 ft 7 in 3-mast Clipper Wood 2421 tons Tea clipper
Mercator   1932 F Ramage and Ferguson, Leith 258 ft (79 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast Steel 770 trainer, museum
Skomvær[42]   1890 H Laxevaags Maskin- og Jernskibsbyggeri 257.4 ft (78.5 m) 38.2 ft (11.6 m) 3-mast Barque Steel 1775 GRT
1686 NRT
2650 DWT
Cargo ship, scrapped 1924
BAE Guayas   1976 S Astilleros Celaya S.A., Bilbao, Spain 257 ft 3 in (78.40 m) 33 ft 4 in (10.16 m) 3-mast barque Steel 15,200 ft² (1410 m² ) 934 DWT 1300 tons training ship
Danmark[43]   1933 S Nakskov 253 ft (77 m) 33.1 ft (10.1 m) 3-mast ship Steel 17 567 sq ft (52.7 m2) 737[43] training ship
Stad Amsterdam   2000 S Damen Shipyard 249.3 ft (76.0 m) 34.5 ft (10.5 m) 3-mast clipper Steel 23,681 sq ft (2,200.0 m2) 723 GRT 1038 tonnes[44]
Cisne Branco   1999 S Damen Shipyard 249.3 ft (76.0 m) 34.5 ft (10.5 m) 3-mast clipper Steel 23,681 sq ft (2,200.0 m2) 723 GRT 1038 tonnes
M5
Mirabella V
  2004 S Vosper Thornycroft 246.8 ft (75.2 m) 48.6 ft (14.8 m) 1-mast, sloop GRP 36,490 sq ft (3,390 m2)[45] 1004 765 Yacht
Phocea
Club Mediterrannee
La Vie Claire[46]
  1976 S DCAN, Toulon 246.5 ft (75.1 m) 31.4 ft (9.6 m) 4-mast schooner Steel 2775 m² 530 554 Yacht
Single-handed Racer
Christian Radich   1937 S Framnæs, Norway 240 ft (73 m) 32 ft (9.8 m) 3 mast full-rigged ship Steel 14,600 sq ft (1,360 m2) 1050 tonnes training, charter
Shin Aitoku Maru[47] 1980 Nippon Kokan (NKK) 236 ft (72 m) 34 ft (10 m) 2-mast motor-sailor Steel 200 m² 600 ton 1475 t
1600 DWT
Experimental sail
Jylland   1860 D Naval dock Yard, Copenhagen 233 ft (71 m) 44 ft (13 m) 3-mast steam frigate Wood 2456 tons Museum, warship
HMS Victory   1765 D Chatham Dockyard 227 ft 6 in (69.3 m) 51 ft 10 in (15.8 m) 3-mast ship of the line Wood 58,556 sq ft (5,440.0 m2) 2142 tons (2176.4 t) 3,500 tons (3556 t) Museum, warship
Atlantic[48] 2010 S Van der Graaf 227.2 ft (69.3 m) 29 ft (8.8 m) 3-mast schooner steel 18,500 sq ft (1,720 m2) New Atlantic
Atlantic   1903 H Townsend and Downey 227 ft (69 m) 29 ft (8.8 m) 3-mast schooner steel 18,500 sq ft (1,720 m2) 303 tonnes yacht, warship, won Kaiser's Cup
Palinuro
Commandant Louis Richard
  1934 S Chantiers Dubigeon, Nantes 226.4 ft (69.0 m) 30.2 ft (9.2 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 2634 m²[49] 835 t 1,341 tonnes training ship
Vasa   1627 D Navy Yard, Stockholm 226 ft (69 m) 38 ft (12 m) 3-mast warship Wood 13,720 sq ft (1,275 m2) 1,210 tonnes Museum, warship
Lady Elizabeth   1879 H Robert Thompson & Sons 223 ft (68 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast Barque Iron 1208 Cargo Ship, wreck
UAM Creoula   1937 S Estaleiros CUF, Lisbon 221.1 ft (67.4 m) 32.48 ft (9.90 m) 4-mast lugger Steel 14,681 sq ft (1,363.9 m2) 1,300 tons Sail training[50]
Santa Maria Manuela   1937 S Estaleiros CUF, Lisbon 221.1 ft (67.4 m) 32.48 ft (9.90 m) 4-mast lugger Steel 12,163 sq ft (1,130.0 m2) 1,300 tons Cruise ship[51]
Vertigo[52] 2010 S Alloy Yachts, Auckland 220 ft (67 m) 41.1 ft (12.5 m) 2-mast ketch Aluminium 5330m² 837 GRT Yacht
C.A. Thayer   1895 F Hans D. Bendixsen 219 ft (67 m) 36 ft (11 m) 3-mast schooner Wood 453 GRT Museum ship, Fishing, Cargo
Hetairos[53]
Panamax
2011 S Baltic Yachts, Finland 218.8 ft (66.7 m) 34.6 ft (10.5 m) 2-mast ketch GRP Yacht
Dykstra & Partners
Reichel Pugh
Aglaia[54] 2011 S Vitters Shipyard 216.5 ft (66.0 m) 33.8 ft (10.3 m) 1-mast, sloop 2370 m² 494[55] Yacht, Dubois/Redman Whiteley Dixon
Creole
Vira
1927 S Camper & Nicholsons, refitting by Cantiere Navale Ferrari-Signani 214.2 ft
(65.3 m)
30.97 ft
(9.4 m)
3-mast schooner Wood 1640 m² 381 697 Yacht
Mine Sweeper
Alexander von Humboldt II[56][57]   2011 S BVT 213.4 ft (65.0 m) 33 ft (10 m) 3-mast barque Steel 1360 m² 763 GRT 992 tonnes training ship
Tenacious   2000 S Jubilee Yard, Southampton 213 ft (65 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast barque Wood 13,100 sq ft (1,220 m2) 586 tons burthen sail training
Adix 1984 S Astilleros de Mallorca S.A. 212.76 ft (64.85 m) 29.13 ft (8.88 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 1720 m²[58] 291 370 Yacht
Pilar Rossi 1989
2005
S Alucraft 211.12 ft (64.35 m) 46.2 ft (14.1 m) 2-mast trimaran Steel Yacht, lengthened 2005
Sørlandet   1927 S Høivolds Mek. Verksted[59] 210.47 ft (64.15 m) 22.54 ft (6.87 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 1166 m² 499 GT 891 tons School Ship
Felicita West[60] 2003 S Perini Navi 209.97 ft (64.00 m) 41.7 ft (12.7 m) 2-mast Aluminium 2299 m² 650 650 Yacht
Running on Waves 2011 S Gdansk 209.97 ft (64.00 m) 29.53 ft (9.00 m) 3-mast Barkentine Steel 1300 m² 634 GT 700 t Yacht, Choren Design[61][62][63]
Großherzogin Elisabeth
Ariadne
San Antonio[64][65][66]
  1909 S Scheepswerf Smit Jan Alblasserdam 209 ft (64 m) 27.0 ft (8.2 m) 3-mast Schooner Steel 1010 m² 463 GRT
540 DWT
Club owned
Cruise ship
Coaster
Freighter
Alexander von Humboldt
Reserve Sonderburg[67]
  1906 F AG Weser, Bremen 205.2 (62.55 m) 26.3 ft (8.0 m) 3-mast Barque Steel 11,140 sq ft (1,035 m2) 829 ts 396 botel, moored in Bremen
charter yacht
training[68]
lightship
Examples Under 200 ft
Name Image Year Status Shipyard LOA  Beam  Masts
& Type
Hull material Sail area Gross Tonnage Displace-
ment
Note
Eendracht[69][70]   1989 S Scheepswerf Damen, Nederlands 194 ft (59 m) 40.3 ft (12.3 m) 3-mast gaff schooner Steel 1206 m² 606 BRT
181 NRT
Sail trainer. W. de V. Lentsch, Jr.
Belem
Giorgio Cini
Fantôme II
Belem
  1896 S Chantiers Adolphe Dubigeon, Nantes 191 ft (58 m) 28.8 ft (8.8 m) 3-mast barque Steel/iron 1200 m² 531 NRT 750 tons Cargo,
yacht,
training
INS Sudarshini   2012 S Goa Shipyard, India 177 ft (54 m) 28 ft (8.5 m) 3-mast barque Steel 1035 m² 513 tons Sail trainer
INS Tarangini   1997 S Goa Shipyard, India 177 ft (54 m) 28 ft (8.5 m) 3-mast barque Steel 1035 m² 513 tons Sail trainer
Orion

Tullan

Earl of Pembroke

1945 S Pukavik, Sweden 145 ft (44.2m) 23 ft (7.5m) 3-mast

Barque

Wood 695m² 178 350 Charters, movie work, passengers
Monte Cristo
Endeavour II
1968 H 140 ft (43 m) 3-mast barque Wood 9,000 square feet (840 m2) 200 tons Sail with small auxiliary diesel
Atyla
  1984 S Handmade. Soria, Spain and Lekeitio, Spain 102 ft (31 m) 26 ft (7.9 m) 2-mast schooner Wood (Iroko) 500 m² 132 tons Sail training

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  6. ^ R. C. Rickmers
  7. ^ Maria Rickmers
  8. ^ Windstar Windstar Cruise Ship
  9. ^ Windstar Windstar Cruise Ship
  10. ^ Windstar Windstar Cruise Ship
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  52. ^ 67 meter Sailing Superyacht Vertigo by Alloy Yachts, 2011
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  54. ^ Aglaia
  55. ^ 66 Metre Superyacht AGLAIA by Vitters & Dubois
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  60. ^ Felicita West
  61. ^ ROW 1
  62. ^ ROW 2
  63. ^ ROW 3
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  65. ^ Großherzogin Elisabeth (2)
  66. ^ Großherzogin Elisabeth (3)
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