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The G.D. Kennedy, a full-rigged steel ship, under sail. Constructed in Britain in 1888 and christened Dunboyne, the ship travelled around the world. In 1923 it was purchased by the Swedish Navy and renamed af Chapman, serving until 1934. The ship is now a youth hostel.