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Background imageShips Collection: Albert Wilhelm

Albert Wilhelm
Wreck of the German brigantine Albert Wilhelm, Lelant Sands, Lelant, Cornwall. Wrecked on 16th October 1886

Background imageShips Collection: Andromeda

Andromeda
Wreck of the barque Andromeda, Killygerran Head, near Portscatho, Gerrans, Cornwall. 12th February 1915

Background imageShips Collection: Angele

Angele
Wreck of the French brigantine Angele of Boulogne, Doom bar, Padstow, Cornwall. Wrecked on 13th November 1911

Background imageShips Collection: Arab I

Arab I
RNLI lifeboat Arab I at the quay, Padstow, Cornwall. 1883-1900

Background imageShips Collection: Arab II

Arab II
RNLI lifeboat Arab II at Harlyn Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. Around 1908

Background imageShips Collection: Asnieres

Asnieres
Wreck of the French four-masted barque Asnieres grounded at St Mawes, St Just in Roseland, Cornwall. December 1914

Ships Collection: Atlas

Atlas Collection
2 Items

Background imageShips Collection: Baratanach

Baratanach
The Cardiff pilot cutter No12 Baratanach on the beach at St Ives, Cornwall in 1879, the year she was built

Background imageShips Collection: Bay of Panama

Bay of Panama
The ship, Bay of Panama, Falmouth, Cornwall. March 1891

Background imageShips Collection: Belt

Belt of Beaumaris, beached at Mother Iveys Bay, Trevose Head, St Merryn, Cornwall. Probably 1906

Ships Collection: Bessie

Bessie Collection
2 Items

Background imageShips Collection: Casabianca

Casabianca under construction, St Ives, Cornwall. 1877

Background imageShips Collection: Daniel J Draper

Daniel J Draper
Naming ceremony of Mullions first lifeboat, the Daniel J. Draper, Penzance, Cornwall. 10th September 1867

Background imageShips Collection: Edmund Harvey

Edmund Harvey
RNLI Padstow Lifeboat No. 2 Edmund Harvey with the tug Helen Peele alongside in the background, Padstow, Cornwall. 1901

Ships Collection: Fishing

Fishing Collection
30 Items

Background imageShips Collection: HMS Ardent

HMS Ardent
Torpedo boat HMS Ardent at the breakers yard, Falmouth, Cornwall. 1912

Background imageShips Collection: Implacable

Implacable
The Implacable, anchored off Falmouth, Cornwall. Around 1925

Ships Collection: La Fontaine

La Fontaine Collection
2 Items

Background imageShips Collection: Loustic

Loustic
Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936

Background imageShips Collection: Magatlan

Magatlan
The French three-masted barque Magatlan, Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. May 1905

Ships Collection: Maria Asumpta

Maria Asumpta Collection
2 Items

Ships Collection: Seine

Seine Collection
2 Items

Background imageShips Collection: Skopelos Sky

Skopelos Sky shipwreck at Port Isaac, Cornwall. 15th December 1979

Background imageShips Collection: Socoa

Socoa
The three-masted French ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. 1906

Background imageShips Collection: SS Dardare

SS Dardare, Bude, Cornwall. 10th June 1905

Background imageShips Collection: SS Escurial

SS Escurial
The Hayle lifeboat New Oriental Bank (later renamed E. F. Harrison) with the wreck of the SS Escurial in the background, Portreath, Cornwall. 25th January 1895

Background imageShips Collection: SS Fleswick

SS Fleswick
Wreck of the SS Fleswick at the entrance to Hayle Estuary, Cornwall. 29th January 1902

Background imageShips Collection: SS Paknam

SS Paknam
General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895

Background imageShips Collection: Telegraph

Telegraph at Port Isaac, Cornwall. Probably late 1906

Background imageShips Collection: Unidentified

Unidentified
Fishing boat in rough sea approaching the Camel Estuary, Padstow, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Background imageShips Collection: Charlestown harbour and shipping, Cornwall. Around 1914

Charlestown harbour and shipping, Cornwall. Around 1914
Charlestown harbour looking out to sea. The harbour is full of a mixture of both steam and sail shipping. SS Westdale on the east quay, (left of picture) is steel built and screw driven

Background imageShips Collection: Skopelos Sky shipwreck at Port Isaac, Cornwall. 15th December 1979

Skopelos Sky shipwreck at Port Isaac, Cornwall. 15th December 1979
The wreck of the Greek Skopelos Sky cargo vessel which ran aground at Hells Mouth, Port Isaac in December 1979 during hurricane force winds

Background imageShips Collection: The Quay, Penryn, Cornwall. 1904

The Quay, Penryn, Cornwall. 1904
Penryn Quay with the ketch Hobah alongside the granite works quay in the middle distance. This vessel was built at Mylor and owned in Penryn. An unidentified schooner unloads in the foreground

Background imageShips Collection: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991

Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
The tall ship Maria Asumpta enters Charlestown harbour. The oldest sailing ship in the world still sailing at that time, was invited to the port by the Charlestown Heritage and Trading Company

Background imageShips Collection: Sail Training Schooner, Fowey, Cornwall. April 1993

Sail Training Schooner, Fowey, Cornwall. April 1993
Visitors leave after touring the Sail Training Association schooner Winston Churchill during her visit to the port. The public were allowed on board to see the workings of the boat which offers

Background imageShips Collection: Boat Launch, Fowey, Cornwall. June 1990

Boat Launch, Fowey, Cornwall. June 1990
At the launch of the latest Troy Class boat are Maurice Hunkin (centre) with the joint owners of the dinghy, Terry Vernon and Ed Dubois, at Mr Hunkins Bodinnick boatyard

Background imageShips Collection: Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo at Mother Iveys Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo at Mother Iveys Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Ketch Elizabeth loading cargo (possibly sand) at Mother Iveys Bay. The ketch is possibly the Elizabeth Couch of Barnstaple built at Bideford in 1838 or it may the Elizabeth of Burton upon Stather

Background imageShips Collection: Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936

Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936
The French topsail schooner Loustic, 115 tons, was built in 1903 in France. On the way from Quimper to Cardiff she was wrecked on Gyllyngvase Beach on Christmas Eve 1935 and was later sold

Background imageShips Collection: Steamer coaling, Penzance Harbour, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Steamer coaling, Penzance Harbour, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A close up of steamer coaling at the quay. Photographer: Photographer: A.W.N

Background imageShips Collection: The ship, Bay of Panama, Falmouth, Cornwall. March 1891

The ship, Bay of Panama, Falmouth, Cornwall. March 1891
Four masted ship, wrecked on Nare Point, Falmouth in the great blizzard of 10 March 1891. She was bound from Calcutta to Dundee with 13000 bales of jute

Background imageShips Collection: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991

Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
The tall ship Maria Asumpta enters Charlestown harbour. The oldest sailing ship in the world still sailing at that time, was invited to the port by the Charlestown Heritage and Trading Company

Background imageShips Collection: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991

Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
The tall ship Maria Asumpta enters Charlestown harbour. The oldest sailing ship in the world still sailing at that time, was invited to the port by the Charlestown Heritage and Trading Company

Background imageShips Collection: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991

Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
The tall ship Maria Asumpta enters Charlestown harbour. The oldest sailing ship in the world still sailing at that time, was invited to the port by the Charlestown Heritage and Trading Company

Background imageShips Collection: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991

Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
The tall ship Maria Asumpta enters Charlestown harbour. The oldest sailing ship in the world still sailing at that time, was invited to the port by the Charlestown Heritage and Trading Company

Background imageShips Collection: Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936

Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936
The French topsail schooner Loustic, 115 tons, was built in 1903 in France. On the way from Quimper to Cardiff she was wrecked on Gyllyngvase Beach on Christmas Eve 1935 and was later sold

Background imageShips Collection: Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936

Wreck of the Loustic, Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall. January 1936
The French topsail schooner Loustic, 115 tons, was built in 1903 in France. On the way from Quimper to Cardiff she was wrecked on Gyllyngvase Beach on Christmas Eve 1935 and was later sold

Background imageShips Collection: Wreck of the barque Andromeda, Killygerran Head, near Portscatho, Gerrans, Cornwall

Wreck of the barque Andromeda, Killygerran Head, near Portscatho, Gerrans, Cornwall. 12th February 1915
Glass lantern slide from a lecture, entitled Some Historic Cornish Beauty Spots, given by Cornishman and amateur photographer, Major Arthur William Gill, in around 1925

Background imageShips Collection: Charlestown harbour and shipping, Cornwall. 1914

Charlestown harbour and shipping, Cornwall. 1914
Charlestown harbour looking out to sea. The harbour is full of a mixture of both steam and sail shipping. SS Westdale on the east quay, (left of picture) is steel built and screw driven



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