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Background imageCutter Collection: The spectacular 15 Metre Vanity sailing in a good wind, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The spectacular 15 Metre Vanity sailing in a good wind, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The spectacular 15 Metre Vanity sailing in a good wind, 1912. Vanity was designed by William Fife III and launched in 1909

Background imageCutter Collection: The 205 ton J-class yacht Velsheda sailing close hauled, 1933

The 205 ton J-class yacht Velsheda sailing close hauled, 1933
The 205 ton J-class yacht Velsheda sailing close-hauled, 1933. Velsheda was designed by Charles E Nicholson and built in 1933 for Woolworths founder William L Stephenson

Background imageCutter Collection: The sailing yachts White Heather and Shamrock, race downwind

The sailing yachts White Heather and Shamrock, race downwind. Shamrock was designed by William Fife and was Sir Thomas Liptons first challenger for the Americas Cup

Background imageCutter Collection: The schooner Meteor IV, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The schooner Meteor IV, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The schooner Meteor IV, 1911. Meteor IV was Kaiser Wilhelm IIs fourth yacht. It was designed by Max Oetz and launched in 1909

Background imageCutter Collection: Americas Cup challenger Shamrock IV sailing without topsail, 1914. Creator

Americas Cup challenger Shamrock IV sailing without topsail, 1914. Creator
Americas Cup challenger Shamrock IV sailing without topsail, 1914. Shamrock IV was a yacht owned by Sir Thomas Lipton and designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson. She was launched in June 1914

Background imageCutter Collection: The auxiliary schooner La Cigale sailing close-hauled, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The auxiliary schooner La Cigale sailing close-hauled, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The auxiliary schooner La Cigale sailing close-hauled, 1913

Background imageCutter Collection: The 76 ton schooner Lisette under sail. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 76 ton schooner Lisette under sail. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 76 ton schooner Lisette under sail. Lisette was built at Cowes in 1873

Background imageCutter Collection: The 96 ft ketch Julnar, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 96 ft ketch Julnar, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 96 ft ketch Julnar, 1911. Julnar was designed by William Fife and built at Southampton by Summers & Payne to the order of Sir Maurice FitzGerald, the Knight of Kerry, in 1909

Background imageCutter Collection: The yawl Wendur sailing close-hauled, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The yawl Wendur sailing close-hauled, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The yawl Wendur sailing close-hauled, 1913. Wendur was built by D & W Henderson & Co. Glasgow in 1883

Background imageCutter Collection: The schooner Meteor IV, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The schooner Meteor IV, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The schooner Meteor IV, 1912. Meteor IV was Kaiser Wilhelm IIs fourth yacht. It was designed by Max Oetz and launched in 1909

Background imageCutter Collection: The cutter Shamrock beating upwind. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The cutter Shamrock beating upwind. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The cutter Shamrock beating upwind. Shamrock, designed by William Fife, was Sir Thomas Liptons first (1899) challenger to the Americas Cup

Background imageCutter Collection: The J-Class yachts Shamrock V and Britannia, 1934. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The J-Class yachts Shamrock V and Britannia, 1934. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The J-Class yachts Shamrock V and Britannia, 1934

Background imageCutter Collection: The Lady Anne making waves in a good breeze, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The Lady Anne making waves in a good breeze, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The Lady Anne making waves in a good breeze, 1912. The Lady Anne, designed by William Fife III was launched in 1912. The Lady Anne was restored in 1999 by Fairlie Restorations

Background imageCutter Collection: The 19-metre class Norada & Mariquita, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 19-metre class Norada & Mariquita, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 19-metre class Norada & Mariquita, 1913. Norada was designed by Charles Nicholson and Mariquita by William Fife III. Mariquita is the only surviving 19-metre of the six that were built

Background imageCutter Collection: The auxiliary sailing ship Sunbeam, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The auxiliary sailing ship Sunbeam, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The auxiliary sailing ship Sunbeam, 1911. The 565-ton three-masted schooner was owned by Lord Brassey who had her built in 1874

Background imageCutter Collection: The 23-metre cutter Astra sailing close-hauled, 1932. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 23-metre cutter Astra sailing close-hauled, 1932. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 23-metre cutter Astra sailing close-hauled, 1932. Astra was designed by Charles E Nicholson for Adam Moritimer Singer and was launched in 1928. It was converted to J-Class in 1931

Background imageCutter Collection: The majestic cutters White Heather and Shamrock race downwind, 1912. Creator

The majestic cutters White Heather and Shamrock race downwind, 1912. Creator
The majestic cutters White Heather and Shamrock race downwind, 1912

Background imageCutter Collection: The Lady Anne spray over deck, sailing close-hauled, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The Lady Anne spray over deck, sailing close-hauled, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The Lady Anne spray over deck, sailing close-hauled, 1912. The Lady Anne, a 15 Metre cutter designed by William Fife III was launched in 1912

Background imageCutter Collection: HMY Britannia before being sunk, July 1936. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

HMY Britannia before being sunk, July 1936. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
HMY Britannia before being sunk, July 1936. After Britannia had been stripped of her spars and fittings, her hull was towed out to St Catherines Deep near the Isle of Wight

Background imageCutter Collection: The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing with spinnaker. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing with spinnaker. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing with spinnaker. 1939. Thendara was designed by Alfred Mylne for the Scottish yachtsman Sir Arthur Young. She was launched in 1937 and is still racing today

Background imageCutter Collection: Istria sailing downwind under spinnaker, viewed from stern, 1912

Istria sailing downwind under spinnaker, viewed from stern, 1912
Istria sailing downwind under spinnaker, 1912. Istria, was designed by Charles Nicholson and originally owned by the architect Sir Charles Allom

Background imageCutter Collection: The 15-metre Ostaria, Hispania and Sophie Elizabeth racing upwind, 1911

The 15-metre Ostaria, Hispania and Sophie Elizabeth racing upwind, 1911

Background imageCutter Collection: The schooner Pampa. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The schooner Pampa. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The schooner Pampa

Background imageCutter Collection: The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827. Artist: Reinagle, George Philip (1802-1835)

The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827. Artist: Reinagle, George Philip (1802-1835)
The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827. Private Collection

Background imageCutter Collection: Action between a large Chinese Row-Galley and a small Cutter of H.M.S. 'Amethyst'... 1858

Action between a large Chinese Row-Galley and a small Cutter of H.M.S. "Amethyst"... 1858. Creator: Unknown
Action between a large Chinese Row-Galley and a small Cutter of H.M.S. "Amethyst", Canton River, 19th July, 1858. British forces in China

Background imageCutter Collection: The 'Christopher Columbus' Cutter, 45 Tons, in which Mr. Webb recently crossed the Atlantic, 1858

The "Christopher Columbus" Cutter, 45 Tons, in which Mr. Webb recently crossed the Atlantic, 1858. The cutter sailed from New York on the 19th of August

Background imageCutter Collection: Shamrock, 1899 Oct 3, c1899. Creator: Johns Johnston

Shamrock, 1899 Oct 3, c1899. Creator: Johns Johnston
Shamrock, 1899 Oct 3, c1899

Background imageCutter Collection: The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827, 1828. Creator: Georgin, François (1801-1863)

The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827, 1828. Creator: Georgin, François (1801-1863)
The Naval Battle of Navarino on 20 October 1827, 1828. Found in the collection of the Muzeum Narodowe, Krakow

Background imageCutter Collection: Detail of Early Cutter, c. 1938. Creator: Dorothy Brennan

Detail of Early Cutter, c. 1938. Creator: Dorothy Brennan
Detail of Early Cutter, c. 1938

Background imageCutter Collection: Steamer U.S.R.C. McCollough [i.e. McCulloch], between c1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown

Steamer U.S.R.C. McCollough [i.e. McCulloch], between c1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown
Steamer U.S.R.C. McCollough [i.e. McCulloch], between c1900 and 1915

Background imageCutter Collection: The 179 ton cutter White Heather sailing close-hauled, 1924. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 179 ton cutter White Heather sailing close-hauled, 1924. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 179 ton cutter White Heather sailing close-hauled, 1924

Background imageCutter Collection: Sailing yachts cross start line. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

Sailing yachts cross start line. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Sailing yachts cross start line

Background imageCutter Collection: The cutter Shamrock beating to windward. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The cutter Shamrock beating to windward. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The cutter Shamrock beating to windward. Shamrock, designed by William Fife, was Sir Thomas Liptons first (1899) challenger to the Americas Cup

Background imageCutter Collection: The 147 ton ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 147 ton ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 147 ton ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Thendara was designed by Alfred Mylne for the Scottish yachtsman Sir Arthur Young. She was launched in 1937 and is still racing today

Background imageCutter Collection: The schooner Meteor IV, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The schooner Meteor IV, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The schooner Meteor IV, 1913. Meteor IV was Kaiser Wilhelm IIs fourth yacht. It was designed by Max Oetz and launched in 1909

Background imageCutter Collection: The cutter Shamrock sailing close-hauled, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The cutter Shamrock sailing close-hauled, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The cutter Shamrock sailing close-hauled, 1912. Shamrock, designed by William Fife, was Sir Thomas Liptons first (1899) challenger to the Americas Cup

Background imageCutter Collection: The 1894 built schooner Xarifa under sail, 1899. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 1894 built schooner Xarifa under sail, 1899. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 1894 built schooner Xarifa under sail, 1899

Background imageCutter Collection: The magnificent schooners Germania and Waterwitch, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The magnificent schooners Germania and Waterwitch, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The magnificent schooners Germania and Waterwitch, 1911. The 250 ton schooner Germania was designed by Max Oertz and owned by the German industrialist Count Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach

Background imageCutter Collection: The handsome racing schooner Waterwitch, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The handsome racing schooner Waterwitch, 1911. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The handsome racing schooner Waterwitch, 1911. Designed by William Fife, Waterwitch was not successful in competition and was later redesigned by Charles Nicholson

Background imageCutter Collection: The 221 ton gaff-rigged cutter Britannia sailing under spinnaker, 1913. Creator

The 221 ton gaff-rigged cutter Britannia sailing under spinnaker, 1913. Creator
The 221 ton gaff-rigged cutter Britannia sailing under spinnaker, 1913. Britannia was owned by King George V. One of the most successful racers of its day, in 1913 it won 8 of the 13 races it entered

Background imageCutter Collection: The American J-Class yacht Yankee, 1935. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The American J-Class yacht Yankee, 1935. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The American J-Class yacht Yankee, 1935. In 1935 Gerry Lambert bought the Frank Paine designed Yankee to England to race against the British J-Class yachts Endeavour, Velsheda, Candida

Background imageCutter Collection: The Big Five J Class yachts racing downwind, 1934. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The Big Five J Class yachts racing downwind, 1934. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The Big Five J Class yachts racing downwind, 1934

Background imageCutter Collection: The 140 ft schooner Heartsease under sail. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 140 ft schooner Heartsease under sail. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 140 ft schooner Heartsease under sail. Heartsease was built by J.G. Fay & Co. and later renamed to Adela

Background imageCutter Collection: The ketch Xarifa (renamed Verona ) at anchor, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The ketch Xarifa (renamed Verona ) at anchor, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The ketch Xarifa (renamed Verona ) at anchor, 1912

Background imageCutter Collection: The gaff rigged 8 Metre Spero sailing with spinnaker, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The gaff rigged 8 Metre Spero sailing with spinnaker, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The gaff rigged 8 Metre Spero sailing with spinnaker, 1912

Background imageCutter Collection: The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 105 ft ketch Thendara sailing upwind. 1939. Thendara was designed by Alfred Mylne for the Scottish yachtsman Sir Arthur Young. She was launched in 1937 and is still racing today

Background imageCutter Collection: The 135 ft barque sailing ship Modwena, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 135 ft barque sailing ship Modwena, 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 135 ft barque sailing ship Modwena, 1913. Modwena was built in 1908 by John Reid in Glasgow. In 1912 she was bought by the sewing machine magnate Mortimer Singer to use as a private yacht

Background imageCutter Collection: The 23 Metre sailing yacht Cambria, 1928. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The 23 Metre sailing yacht Cambria, 1928. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The 23 Metre sailing yacht Cambria, 1928. Cambria was built by William Fife for the newspaper magnate Sir William Berry



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