List of schooners
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The following are notable schooner-rigged vessels.
|Name||Image||Built||Flag & home port||Description||Rig||Notes|
|A. J. Meerwald||1928||Bivalve, New Jersey||Educational vessel and state ship of New Jersey; former oyster schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|Adix||1984||Valencia||three mast gaff|
|Adventure||1926||Gloucester, Massachusetts||National Historic Landmark former Grand Banks fishing schooner||2 masted gaff knockabout|||
|Adventurer-56 (formerly Blue Max)||1984||Annapolis, Maryland||Privately owned||Staysail|||
|Adventuress||1914||Port Townsend, Washington||National Historic Landmark former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Alabama||1926||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Tourism vessel, former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Alaska Rover||1989||Resurrection Bay, Alaska||Working schooner plying the tourism trade.||2 masted gaff rigged, topsail schooner.|||
|Albanus||1988||Mariehamn, Åland||Sail training vessel, replica of a 1904 freighter||2 masted gaff|||
|Alma||1891||San Francisco||National Historic Landmark former cargo scow||2 masted gaff|||
|Alma Doepel||1903||Melbourne, Victoria||Former commercial and sail training vessel, currently under repair||3 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Amazing Grace||1981||San Diego, California||Education/sail training ship for Maritime leadership||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|American Eagle||1930||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark Gloucester schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|American Pride||1941||Long Beach, California||Education/sail training vessel; former fishing boat||3 masted gaff|||
|American Rover||1986||Norfolk, Virginia||Working schooner providing tours for up to 150 passengers.||3 masted topsail schooner|||
|American Spirit||1991||Washington, D.C.||Education and excursion vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Amistad||2000||New Haven, Connecticut||Education vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Anne (formerly Tantra Schooner)||1978||Privately owned by Reid Stowe||2 masted gaff|
|Antonina (formerly Robert Emit)||1986||Townsends Inlet, New Jersey||Privately owned||Staysail|||
|Argia||1986||Mystic, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Argo||2006||Road Town, Tortola||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted Marconi/ staysail|||
|Atalanta||1901||Wismar||Education/sail training and charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Athos||2010||World's largest two-mast schooner at launch||2-mast Bermuda|
|Atlantic||2010||Douglas, Isle of Man||replica of racing yacht Atlantic (William Gardner, 1903)||3 mast gaff|
|Atyla||1984||Badalona, Spain||Sail training vessel (Civil)||2 masted schooner, staysail|
|Australia||1862||Mystic, Connecticut||Education exhibit||2 masted gaff|||
|Belle Poule||1932||Brest||Naval training vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Schooner Bessie Ellen|
|Bill of Rights||1971||Chula Vista, California||Privately owned; commercial day/overnight charters; school ship; 100 ton captain training.||2 masted gaff topsail schooner|
|Black Douglas||1930||Morocco||Privately owned; former school ship||3 masted Marconi/staysail schooner|
|Bluenose II||1963||Lunenburg, Nova Scotia||Replica of racing/fishing schooner Bluenose||2 masted gaff|
|Bonny Rover||Norfolk, Virginia||Privately owned|||
|Bowdoin||1921||Castine, Maine||National Historic Landmark arctic exploration/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff knockabout|||
|Brilliant||1932||Mystic, Connecticut||Sail training vessel|
|C.A. Thayer||1895||San Francisco||National Historic Landmark former lumber/fishing boat||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen|||
|Californian||1984||San Diego||Education/sail training replica of C.W. Lawrence||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Cape Cleare||1983||Port Townsend,Wa||Active West Coast Trolling Schooner||Marconi Mainmast/Gaff Foremast|
|Cashier||1849||Bivalve, New Jersey||Oldest schooner in the United States, oldest operational fishing vessel in the United States, and holder of New Jersey Oyster License No. 1; being restored by the Bayshore Discovery Project|||
|Challenge||Toronto, Ontario||Charter boat||3 masted Marconi/staysail|
|Charlotte||2007||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Built over the course of three and a half years at the Gannon & Benjamin yard, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, by and for Nathaniel Benjamin||2 masted gaff|||
|Clipper City||1984||New York City||Replica of eponymous Great Lakes cargo boat||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Creole||1927||Palma, Majorca||World's longest wooden yacht, refitted by Cantiere Navale Ferrari-Signani||three masted staysail|
|Denis Sullivan||2000||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Education/sail training/tourism vessel||3 masted gaff|
|Eendracht||1989||Rotterdam||Education/sail training/tourism vessel||3 masted gaff|
|Ernestina||1894||New Bedford, Massachusetts||National Historic Landmark former fishing/arctic exploration/packet boat||2 masted gaff|
|Eleonora||2000||London||replica of the racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1910)||2 masted gaff, yard topsail|||
|Elena||2009||London||replica of the racing schooner Elena (Herreshoff, 1911)||2 masted gaff, yard topsail|||
|Empire Sandy||1943||Thunder Bay||Tourism vessel; former British tugboat rebuilt as schooner||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Enterprize||1997||Melbourne, Victoria||Replica of 1829 cargo ship||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Evelina M. Goulart||1927||Essex, Massachusetts||Awaiting restoration; former fishing boat||2 masted gaff, currently downrigged|
|HMS Falken (S02)||1946||Karlskrona||Naval sail training vessel, with Gladan||2 masted gaff|||
|Fame||2003||Essex, Massachusetts||Replica of the 1812 privateer schooner which captured the first prizes of the War of 1812||2 masted gaff|
|Freda B||1991||Sausalito, California||Designed by legendary East Coast naval architect, Charles Wittholtz. She was built in steel by Treworgy Yachts of Florida.||2 masted gaff rigged, topsail|||
|Gallant||1916||Amsterdam||2 masted gaff|||
|HMS Gladan (S01)||1947||Karlskrona, Sweden||Naval sail training vessel, with Falken||2 masted gaff|||
|Governor Stone||1877||Fort Walton Beach, Florida||National Historic Landmark; oldest surviving Gulf schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|Grace Bailey||1882||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former lumber boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Harvey Gamage||1973||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Helena C||1968||Cayman Islands||Privately owned; former sail training vessel||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails|||
|Highlander Sea||1924||Port Huron, Michigan||Sail training/education and tourism vessel; former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Hindu||1925||Key West, Florida||Tourism/charter vessel in Key West in the winters and Provincetown, Massachusetts in the summers. Designed as a half-scale model of a Grand Banks fishing schooner.||2 masted gaff|||
|Isaac H. Evans||1886||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark, oldest surviving oyster schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|J. & E. Riggin||1927||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark former oyster boat||2 masted gaff|
|J.R. Tolkien||1964||Amsterdam||Luxury chartership and naval trainingvessel.|
|Jacob Meindert||1952||Makkum, Súdwest-Fryslân||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Kajama||1930||Toronto, Ontario||Charter boat, former German coastal trader||3 masted gaff|||
|Kathleen and May||1900||Bideford, Devon||Privately owned coastal trader. Restored 2000. Delivered "reduced carbon footprint" wine cargo from France to Dublin in 2008.||3 masted gaff, square fore mast topsails|||
|L. A. Dunton||1921||Mystic, Connecticut||National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat||2 masted gaff|
|Lady Maryland||1985||Baltimore, Maryland||Educational vessel; replica of local 19th century workboats||2 masted gaff|||
|Lettie G. Howard||1893||New York City||National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat||2 masted gaff|
|Lewis R. French||1871||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark former cargo boat; oldest surviving sailing vessel built in Maine||2 masted gaff|||
|Lily||1978||Stuart, Florida||Tourism/charter vessel. Schooner rig with a scow hull. May have been the last boat purpose built to haul cargo commercially under sail power in the United States. Originally known as Lily of Tisbury.||2 masted gaff|||
|S.S.S. Lotus||1918||Webster, New York||Sea Scout Ship; former private yacht||2 masted gaff|
|Lynx||2001||Newport Beach, California||Education/sail training vessel; interpretation of an eponymous 1812 privateer vessel; also see HMS Mosquidobit (1813)||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Madeline||Newport, Rhode Island||Tourism vessel||2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main|||
|Manitou||1983||Traverse City, Michigan||Replica of 19th century cargo schooners||2 masted gaff|||
|Maple Leaf||1904||Vancouver, British Columbia||Sail training/ecotourism vessel; former yacht and fishing boat||2 masted, gaff fore and Marconi main|
|Margaret Todd||1998||Bar Harbor, Maine||Tourism vessel; steel hull and deck||4 masted schooner|
|Marité||1921||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Mary Day||1962||Camden, Maine||Designed by Havilah Hawkins, Sr., built by Harvey Gamage, rebuilt in 2000. Mary Day serves for training and charter.||2 masted gaff topsail schooner|||
|Mercantile||1916||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former coastal trader, now tourism vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Mystic||2007||Mystic, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||3 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Mystic Whaler||1967||New London, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Naga Pelangi||2009||Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted junk|||
|Nighthawk||1880||Baltimore, Maryland||2 masted gaff|||
|Noorderlicht||1910||Enkhuizen||Built as German naval lightship, now expedition cruise ship||2 masted gaff|||
|Olad||1927||Camden, Maine||Built in 1927 by Crosby Boatyard, now does day sails and charters||2 masted gaff|||
|Oosterschelde||1918||Rotterdam||Former freighter, last remaining Dutch vessel of its type||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Pacific Swift||1986||Victoria, British Columbia||Youth sail training vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Phoenix||1972||Orcas Island, Washington State||Ferrocement Hull 60' on deck, 90' sparred length, 51 tons, 18' beam, 3,500 Sqr feet of sail.||Gaff-rigged Tops'l schooner.|||
|HMS Pickle||1995||Conwy, Wales||Replica of HMS Pickle (1800), built in Russia. Used for charters and at the various bicentennial Trafalgar celebrations in the UK.||2 masted, square top-sail|||
|Pioneer||1885||New York City||Tourism/museum vessel; former wrought iron-hulled cargo sloop||2 masted gaff|||
|Pride of Baltimore II||1988||Baltimore, Maryland||Replica Baltimore Clipper, flagship of Maryland||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Quinnipiack||1984||New Haven, Connecticut||Educational vessel; replica 19th century Gulf Coast freighter||2 masted gaff|||
|R. Tucker Thompson||1985||Opua, Bay of Islands||Sail training/tourism vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Rainbow Warrior (1989)||1957||Amsterdam||Former commercial trawler, converted and re-launched by Greenpeace in 1989||3 masted gaff|
|Raja Laut||2006||Luxury charter schooner||2 masted gaff|
|La Recouvrance||1993||Brest||Tourism vessel; replica of 1817 Navy boats||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Regina Maris||1970||Amsterdam||Charter boat||3 masted gaff|||
|Roseway||1925||Camden, Maine||Education/sail training and tourism vessel; former racing/fishing and pilot boat||2 masted gaff|
|Saraswati 2||2014||Nukus||Ultra lightweight racing schooner||2 masted marconi rig|||
|Sadko||1993||Barcelona||Replica in 18th century style||2 masted gaff|||
|Sedna IV||1957||Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec||Research/documentary filmmaking/polar exploration vessel; former trawler||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen|
|Shamrock||Stockholm||Sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Shenandoah||1964||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Tourism vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsails; no engine|||
|Sir Winston Churchill||1966||Privately owned; former sail training vessel||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails|||
|Solway Lass||1902||Airlie Beach, Queensland||Charter vessel; former cargo carrier and wartime supply boat||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Spirit of Bermuda||2004||Hamilton, Bermuda||Educational vessel owned and operated by the Bermuda Sloop Foundation||3 masted staysail schooner|||
|Spirit of Dana Point||1983||Dana Point, California||Educational vessel owned and operated by the Ocean Institute||2 masted topsail|||
|Spirit of Massachusetts||1984||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel; modeled after Fredonia||2 masted gaff|||
|Spirit of South Carolina||2007||Charleston, South Carolina||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Stephen Taber||1871||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former cargo boat||2 masted gaff|
|Summer Wind||1979||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted Junk|||
|Svanen||1916||Oslo||Education/sail training vessel||3 masted gaff|||
|Swift of Ipswich||1938||Los Angeles||Sail training vessel for at-risk youth; replica of a 1787 schooner||2 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Tara||1989||Lorient||Polar exploration vessel||2 masted Marconi|||
|Te Vega||1930||Privately owned; former private yacht, research vessel, and school ship||2 masted gaff|
|Thomas E. Lannon||1997||Gloucester, Massachusetts||Tourism/Private Charter. Built in Essex, MA||2 masted gaff|
|Tole Mour||1988||Avalon, California||Education/sail training vessel||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Tradewind||1911||Undergoing refit; former fishing/cargo/charter boat||2 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Victory Chimes||1900||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark||3 masted gaff|||
|Virginia||2005||Norfolk, Virginia||Sail training/tourism vessel; replica of a 1916 pilot boat||2 masted gaff knockabout|
|Wayward Wind||1972||Suva, Fiji||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails|||
|Western Union||1939||Key West, Florida||Flagship of Key West||2 masted gaff|
|Westward||1961||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails|||
|Weymouth (schooner)||1860||Hamilton Township, New Jersey|||
|William Bassett||1988||Onset, Massachusetts||Privately owned|||
|Winfield Lash||2000||Friendship, Maine||Privately owned (construction took 18 years)|||
|Woodwind||1993||Annapolis, Maryland||Tourism vessel||2 masted staysail|||
|Woodwind II||1998||Annapolis, Maryland||Tourism vessel||2 masted staysail|||
|Xarifa||1927||Cowes||Sail cruise vessel||3 masted, Marconi sail|
|Yuniy Baltiets||1989||Saint Petersburg||Sail training vessel||2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main|||
|Zawisza Czarny||1952||Gdynia||Sail training vessel||3 masted, square sail|
|Zodiac (schooner)||1924||Seattle, Washington||Sail training/charter vessel; former private yacht and pilot boat||2 masted gaff|
- Dragon, in Iain Lawrence's The Smugglers and The Buccaneers, The High Seas Trilogy
- Ebba, Ker Karraje's pirate schooner in Jules Verne's Facing the Flag
- Ghost, seal-hunting schooner in Jack London's The Sea-Wolf
- Hispaniola, a schooner in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island
- Kestrel, Revolutionary War privateering topsail schooner, Danelle Harmon's Captain of My Heart, My Lady Pirate, and Wicked at Heart
- Prudence & Apostle 1219, in Iain Lawrence's The Smugglers and The Buccaneers, The High Seas Trilogy
- Ringle, a Baltimore clipper, in Patrick O'Brian's The Commodore and subsequent novels in the Aubrey–Maturin series
- Seaspray, a privately owned topsail schooner belonging to journalist Dan Wells in the Roger Mirams 1960's Australian TV Series "The Adventures of the Seaspray"
- Sweet Judy, in Terry Pratchett's Nation
- Unnamed Schooner, crewed by Chris Kristofferson's character in the song, Highwayman by the The Highwaymen.
- "We're Here", in Rudyard Kipling's Captains Courageous
- Bayshore Discovery Project/A. J. Meerwald homepage
- "Adventure (Schooner)". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2007-10-11.
- The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race: Official Preview Program (PDF). Annapolis: SpinSheet Publishing Company. 2008. p. 12. Retrieved 8 May 2010.
- "Adventuress (Schooner Yacht)". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2007-11-16.
- The Black Dog Tall Ships homepage
- Designer's homepage
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 67. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-09-29.
- "Alma (Scow)". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-02-13.
- Alma Doepel website
- "National Historic Landmarks Program – American Eagle". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2007-10-13.
- American Pride homepage
- Designer's homepage
- Amistad homepage
- The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race: Official Preview Program (PDF). Annapolis: SpinSheet Publishing Company. 2008. p. 13. Retrieved 8 May 2010.
- Schooner Argia
- Seamester's Argo profile
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. pp. 88–89. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-10-06.
- Mystic Seaport Accessed 24 January 2009.
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 78. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-09-29.
- "Bowdoin" homepage
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 345. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-09-29.
- "Restoring the Schooner Cashier". Retrieved 8 May 2010.
- Rohr, Rachel Nava (18 September 2007). "Boat Builder Launches His Dream". Vineyard Gazette. Retrieved 5 September 2011.
- "Project Detail: Charlotte, 50' schooner, 2007". Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway. Retrieved 5 September 2011.
- Schooner Eleonora – replica of racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1910)
- Schooner Elena – replica of racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1911)
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 315. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-09-30.
- Schooner Freda B homepage
- Gallant homepage (in Dutch)
- NHL listing for Governor Stone
- NPS listing for Governor Stone
- NHL listing for Grace Bailey
- Harvey Gamage homepage
- "Malcolm Miller". aberdeenships.com. Retrieved 2008-10-25.
- Acheson Ventures info on Highlander Sea
- Schooner Hindu history webpage
- NHL listing for Isaac H. Evans
- Kajama info from Great Lakes Schooner Co.
- Telegraph.co.uk, The Daily Telegraph article 25 July 2008, 'Green energy' wine arrives in Ireland on 108-year-old ship'
- Kathleen and May'
- Lady Maryland homepage
- CGMIX listing
- NHL listing for Lewis R. French
- Schooner Lily
- Madeleine homepage
- Manitou homepage
- Mary Day homepage
- The Mystic web page.
- Mystic Whaler homepage
- The Naga Pelangi homepage
- Sailbaltimore.org Accessed 24 January 2009[dead link]
- Noorderlicht website
- Southseaport.org, South Street Seaport info on Pioneer
- Schooner Inc Quinnipiack info
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 240. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-09-30.
- Sadko homepage
- "The Sir Winston Churchill". tallshipprints.com. Retrieved 2008-10-25.
- Bermuda Sloop Foundation (11 October 2012). "The Spirit of Bermuda". Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- Tkksummers (12 September 2009). "The Spirit of Dana Point – Toshiba Tall Ship Parade". Retrieved 9 May 2010.
- Spirit of Massachusetts homepage
- Summer Wind homepage at American Sailing Tours
- Svanen homepage
- Los Angeles Maritime Institute info on Swift of Ipswich
- Tara Expeditions' homepage
- Schauffelen, Otmar (2005). Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World. Hearst Books. p. 242. ISBN 1-58816-384-9. Retrieved 2008-10-07.
- Tradewind current owner's website
- NHL listing for Victory Chimes
- Fiji Sailboat Charter/ ' 'Wayward Wind' ' homepage '
- Westward homepage
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
- "Classic schooner's restoration was a labor of love". South Coast Today. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
- "Schooner "Winfield Lash": A Voyage Two Decades in the Making". TownDock.net. 12 July 2010. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
- "Days 11–12: Milford to Saybrook, CT, to Port Judith & a Self-Made Boat". 14 July 2008. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
- "Woodwind & Woodwind II...". Retrieved 8 May 2010.
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- Annual List of Merchant Vessels of the United States. United States Government Printing Office. 1889.
- "National Museums Northern Ireland". Schooner Result. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. Retrieved 30 January 2012.
- Sinking of Tho Pa Ga, 16 July 2008