The Last Rounding
The 4-masted barque Pamir rounds Cape Horn on 11 July 1949.
Pt Victoria 1949
The 4-masted barque Pamir commences her last voyage as an engineless ship.
The 4-masted barque Passat in the Trade Winds.
Three Tall Ships
1948: Passat, Viking and Lawhill are seen together for the last time.
Towards Spencer Gulf
Pommern heads north from the Great Australian Bight into Spencer Gulf.
Racing For Port Lincoln
Herzogin Cecilie and Beatrice race between Melbourne and Port Lincoln.
Running the Easting Down
The 4-masted barque Hougomont powering towards Australia and onwards to Cape Horn.
A fine quartering wind
The 4-masted barque Lawhill moves before a steady fair wind, on her last voyage from Europe in 1940.
In the South-East Trades
The 4-masted barque Moshulu powers through the South-East Trade Winds.
The 4-masted barque Olivebank, deep laden with Australian grain, heaves to at the entrance to Falmouth harbour.
The Heaving Line
The 4-masted barque Olivebank taking a tow by tug Waratah into Sydney harbour.
Down to her Marks
The Finnish 4-masted barque Viking being loading with grain headed for London.