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Cutty Sark
Cutty Sark (16719233476).jpg
Cutty Sark in 2015
History
UK
Name: Cutty Sark (1869–1895)
Namesake: Cutty-sark
Ainer: John "Jock" Willis (1869–1895)
Ordered: 1 Februar 1869
Bigger: Scott & Linton
Cost: £16,150[1](p196)
Laid doun: 1869
Launched: 22 November 1869
Sponsored by: Mrs. George Moodie
In service: 16 Februar 1870
Homeport:
  • Lunnon (1870–1895)
  • Falmouth (1923–38)
Identification: UK Official Number: 63557[2]
Motto: "Where there's a Willis away"
Fate: Sauld
Portugal
Name: Ferreira
Namesake: Joaquim Antunes Ferreira
Ainer: Joaquim Antunes Ferreira & Co. (1895–1922)
Acquired: 22 Julie 1895
Homeport: Lisbon, Portugal
Nickname(s): Pequena Camisola ("Little shirt")
Fate: Sauld 1922
Portugal
Name: Maria do Amparo
Ainer: Companhia Nacional de Navegação
Acquired: 1922
Homeport: Lisbon, Portugal
Fate: Sauld 1922
Unitit Kinrick
Name: Cutty Sark
Ainer: Wilfred Dowman
Acquired: 1922
Homeport: Falmouth, Cornwall
Fate: Sauld 1938
Unitit Kinrick
Name: Cutty Sark
Ainer: Thames Nautical Training College
Acquired: 1938
Homeport: Greenhithe, Kent
Fate: Sauld 1953
Unitit Kinrick
Name: Cutty Sark
Ainer: Cutty Sark Preservation Society
Acquired: 1953
Oot o service: December 1954
Status: Museum ship
General chairacteristics
Cless an teep: Clipper
Tonnage: 963 GRT[1](p195)
Displacement: 2,100 tons (2,133.7 tonnes) at 20 ft (6.1 m) draucht
Lenth:
  • Hull: 212.5 ft (64.77 m)[3]
  • LOA: 280 ft (85.34 m)
Beam: 36 ft (10.97 m)[3]
Propulsion: 32,000 sq ft sail (3000 hp)
Sail plan:
Speed: 17.5 kn (32.4 km/h) maximum achieved[1](p196)
Capacity: 1,700 tons (1542 tonnes)[citation needit]
Complement: 28–35

Cutty Sark is a Breetish clipper ship.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 MacGregor, David R. (1983). The Tea Clippers, Their History and Development 1833–1875. Conway Maritime Press. ISBN 0 85177 256 0. 
  2. "Lloyd's Register, Navires a Voiles" (pdf). Plimsoll Ship Data. Retrieved 13 March 2009. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 1870. Wyman & Sons. 1870. Retrieved 3 December 2014. 

Coordinates: 51°28′58″N 0°00′35″W / 51.48278°N 0.00972°W / 51.48278; -0.00972