Wanderer

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Wanderer, Wanderers, or The Wanderer may refer to:

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  • The Wanderers, a 1981 punk band established by Stiv Bators

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  • Wanderer (1879), the last whaling ship built in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, for which The Wanderer (Massachusetts newspaper) was named
  • Pearson Wanderer, a 30-foot sailboat designed by Bill Shaw
  • Wanderer (sailing dinghy), a 14-foot sailing dinghy designed by Ian Proctor
  • Wanderer (slave ship) (1857), a ship involved in the illegal trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 1850s
  • Wanderer (1878), a steam yacht which later became HMS Sealark (1903)
  • Wanderer (1891), a four-masted steel barque, which inspired John Masefield to write the poem Wanderer and was eventually run down by German steamship Gertrud Woermann on April 14, 1907
  • Wanderer (1893), a San Francisco pilot boat bought by Sterling Hayden and used for his voyage to Tahiti
  • Wanderer, a 16-foot Wayfarer dinghy sailed by travelogue writer Frank Dye
  • Wanderer, schooner sailed by Benjamin Boyd (1796–1851), a Scottish-Australian explorer
  • HMS Wanderer, several ships of the British Royal Navy
  • USS Wanderer, several United States Navy ships

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