History of the American Baltimore Clipper Harvey Baltimore Clipper is the colloquial name for fast sailing ships built on the south-eastern seaboard of the United States of America, especially at the port of Baltimore, Maryland. It is most commonly applied to two-masted schooners and brigantines.
The Harvey was built for speed with the role of quick blockades and chases. Just like the Albatros, it is built with many sails and with very little number of items on deck to reduce the amount of weight carried. It is the good ratio between the thrust obtained from it's sails and the weight that made the Harvey such an effective clipper.
| || Harvey Baltimore Clipper 1847 USA (New Product) |
A fine teak model of the Baltimore Clipper Harvey. Built using Copper Pinned Wooden Plank on Frame.
Length: 37" (93 cm)
Width: 12" (31 cm)
Height: 27" (69 cm)
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Price: £500.00 (Euro 700.00)
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