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|06-17-2007 10:52 AM|
|USCGRET1990||ooops...I think I meant to say the 1600's...of course of which is the 17th century. At least somebody's paying attention out there!!|
|06-17-2007 10:25 AM|
Originally Posted by sanctuarysam
Absolutely right...in the 16th century only the greatest were sailing (read Portuguese) outside coastal waters......
At that time, the British were still wipeing their asses to stones, and chasing Braveheart and his band of "skirt" men....
|06-17-2007 09:58 AM|
Originally Posted by USCGRET1990
see..some of us did pay attention in school...
|06-17-2007 08:01 AM|
|chrondi||It can't be Duyfken. She is moored at Darling Harbour, Sydney. I saw her last X-mas!|
|06-16-2007 08:21 PM|
|Hawkeye25||This is ridiculous. The 'Dove' is a small semi-rounded flat vessel dipped in chocolate and sold in small silver packages all over the country. It's tasty, too.|
|06-16-2007 07:16 PM|
Did you not go to school and /or remember anything?? The Dove was the
16th Century supply ship to the Maryland colonies. I am sooo dissappointed.
|06-16-2007 06:30 PM|
"The Dove?" Or maybe the "Little Dove", which would be, in Dutch... Duyfken!
I'm sticking with my first guess!
|06-16-2007 06:09 PM|
|USCGRET1990||Silly sailnetters...it's "The Dove" and???...What s/v is that, praytell...???|
|06-16-2007 03:43 PM|
By George, I think I've got it...
Image:British-Red-Ensign-1620.svg - Wikimedia Commons
Hellosailor, the flag in your link is the British East India Company's flag, which, as far as I know concerned it's trades to the Asian market, India, China, etc.
I'm voting English naval ensign, but I still have no idea what the ship is... looks like a modern day warship in the background, too...hmmm.
|06-16-2007 03:41 PM|
|Lurch||Is that Duyfken?|
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