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windjammer

a large merchant sailing ship
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A companion exhibition to the Windjammer Sailors sculpture features oil sketches painted on sailcloth in the 1930s by Dennis Adams on board the windjammers Herzogin Cecilie and Lawhill.
Several traveller families moved onto land behind the Windjammers pub in Belgrano in October.
Every evening, your windjammer drops anchor in the safe, snug harbor of a quiet fishing village, a bustling waterfront, a cove below the cliffs of Acadia National Park, or an island inhabited solely by nesting eagles and terns.
It was just one of the many amazing things about this cruise with a difference on Legacy, pride of the Windjammer Barefoot Cruises fleet.
Every Saturday for the past few weeks, the Windjammers have provided the work force necessary to help an underprivileged family in need of a home.
Windjammer cruises aren't for everyone, agree Taber captains Ken and Ellen Barnes, former college professors who switched careers and moved from balmy North Carolina to blustery Maine after taking a windjammer vacation 24 years ago.
Art and photography, families with children and Acadia National Park are the themes of three sailing trips along the Maine Coast aboard the windjammer schooner Roseway in August.
With Tall Ships' Races fever surging through Merseyside this weekend, we look back to the working windjammers.
Their stripped-down versions of seagoing travel offer full-ship charters on vessels ranging from windjammers to luxury ships.
The former Windjammers played the 1999 USBL Season in Palm Beach.
Escape with Maine's historic fleer of Windjammers for an adventure of a lifetime.