Talk:Ariel (clipper)

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Taeping and Taitsing[edit]

This article refers to both "Taeping" and "Taitsing". If you know the real situation, please see the talk page for Tsaitsing and help to sort this out. Ta. — Johan the Ghost seance 15:06, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Taeping and Taitsing were two different clippers sailing the same race. There were approx 10 clippers in this unofficial race. Unfortunately the article Tsaitsing is wrongly spelled - should be Taitsing. Boatman 20:39, 9 December 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the info; I guess this article is OK, though I think it's a little confusing -- the fault of the ships' owners, not the author!  ;-) Maybe we can clarify in some way? (See also talk page for Tsaitsing). — Johan the Ghost seance 12:38, 10 December 2006 (UTC)