|Owner:||The Twelve Tribes|
|Operator:||The Twelve Tribes|
|Builder:||Frank Walker (hull), Wayne Chimenti (rig)|
|Length:||108 ft (33 m) at waterline, 124 ft (38 m) on deck, 150 feet (46 m) sparred length|
|Beam:||34 ft (10 m)|
|Height:||126 ft (38 m)|
|Draft:||14 ft (4.3 m)|
|Propulsion:||Sail; two 400HP diesel engines|
|Notes:||10,000 square feet (930 m2) sail area. Ipê wood hull, aluminum masts, laminated Douglas fir spars|
Peacemaker, originally named Avany, was built on a riverbank in southern Brazil using traditional methods and tropical hardwoods, and was launched in 1989. The original owner and his family motored in the southern Atlantic Ocean before bringing the ship up through the Caribbean to Savannah, Georgia, where they intended to rig it as a three-masted staysail Marconi rigged motor sailer. The work was never done, however, and in the summer of 2000, she was purchased by the Twelve Tribes, a religious group with 50 or so communities in North and South America, Europe, and Australia. They spent the next seven years replacing all of the ship’s mechanical and electrical systems and rigging her as a barquentine. The refit vessel set sail for the first time in the spring of 2007, under the name Peacemaker.
The ship has a United States Coast Guard attraction vessel permit and is available for festivals and dockside hospitality events.
Peacemaker has a large deckhouse and spacious cabins finished in mahogany, modeled after the interior of Cutty Sark. She also has an innovative transom that can be lowered while in port to reveal a watertight bulkhead with two large doors opening into a cargo area and fully equipped workshop.
In 2013, Peacemaker participated in the Tall Ships 1812 Tour, a pan-provincial event that traveled throughout Ontario during the summer of 2013, commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Sixteen ports participated in this event which partnered with the Tall Ships Challenge Great Lakes 2013 series. The first port of call for the tour was Brockville, Ontario, June 14–16, 2013.
In 2015, Peacemaker was listed for sale and gained notoriety when it was published that the Vollmer twins had hopes of purchasing it for use as what can best be described as a voyage to their deaths, with 'tribesmembers (including Zerubabel) coming along to teach final use of the vessel. The deal reportedly did not go forward when a Venezuelan bond package failed, resulting in lack of funds. 
The vessel remained on the market as of the end of 2016.
- "Peacemaker specifications". Retrieved 2008-12-23.
- Burleigh, David (2008-10-16). "Tall Ship Peacemaker article". Twelve Tribes freepaper. Retrieved 2012-12-31.
- Felty, Dana Clark (2008-11-29). "Savannah Now article". Savannah Morning News. Retrieved 2008-12-23.
- "Peacemaker history". Retrieved 2008-12-23.