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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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R. & G. L. Schuyler, 143:30, 143:32

R. B. Forbes (tugboat), 88:13

R. C. Rickmers, 52:3

R. H. Broughton (schooner), 14:43

R. J. Schaefer Gallery, 62:30

R. W. Bourke (steam tugboat), 21:14

Ra I (reed boat), 17:25

Ra II (reed boat), 17:25

races and racing

barge races, 101:7

Bermuda Race, 47:8–10, 131:24–25, 131:24–25

Boston-Liverpool Race, 63:34

as career, 152:44–45

Chicago-Mackinac Race, 47:9, 47:10

competitive rowing, 133:50

dory racing, 140:46

dragon boats, 50:36–37, 79:30–31

Gloucester Schooner Race, 105:38

Governor’s Cup, 154:23, 154:25

Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race, 89:39, 92:12–14, 113:35–36

Great Ocean Race, 89:24–25, 89:24–25

International Lifeboat Race, 36:34

International Sail Training Races, 5:20–21, 21:43, 33:33

Intrepid Tugboat Challenge, 71:38

Newport Bermuda Race, 131:28–29

Newport Tall Ships Race, 73:33

Southern Ocean Racing Conference, 47:10

steamboats, 43:13, 43:14–16

tug boats, 80:20–22

Ultimate Canoe Challenge, 20:36

yacht racing, 149:18–19

See also American Sail Training Association (ASTA); America’s Cup Race; Tall Ships Challenge

Rachel and Ebenezer (ferro-cement topsail schooner), 3:10

Rachel B. Jackson (schooner), 28:31

“Racing the Goldplaters—the Tradition Continues,” 154:22–27

radar ranging device (RACON), 54:32

radar telescope, 119:56

Radcliffe Maritime Museum, 20:40

“Radeau Below,” 63:18–19

radeaux, 63:18–19

Radford, USS, 65:12

Radio Act of 1912, 122:23

Radio YAG-5, 118:7

Raffaela Madre (ex-Veri Amici; ex-Cadamosto; renamed Orietta) (motorship, former brigantine), 3:8

Raffles, Stamford, 62:5

rafts, 105:26

Ragan, Mark K.

“Confederate Submarine H. L. Hunley,” 158:16–21

Rahn, Jenny, 151:38

railroad locomotion, wind-powered, 108:22, 121:5–6

Rainbow (clipper ship), 14:18, 64:17, 88:9, 88:10, 88:11, 89:3, 98:25, 104:33, 145:5, 156:8

Rainbow (J-boat), 116:22, 164:23

Rainbow (tugboat), 79:37, 80:21, 80:22

Rainbow, HMS, 103:15

Rainbow Warrior, 137:42

Rainbow Warrior II, 137:42

Rainbow Warrior III, 137:42

Raine, Norman Reilly

“The Genesis of Tugboat Annie,” 25:55

Rainey, Paul, 151:10

Rainier (NOAA Coast survey ship), 151:5

Rainier, USNS (combat support ship), 112:18

Raleigh, Charles (artist), 40:30

Raleigh, Walter, 48:24

Raleigh (frigate), 103:14, 103:16

Raleigh (renamed Adventure; collier), 11:14

Raleigh, USS (Dewey’s cruiser), 86:18

Ralph Brocklebank (renamed Daniel Adamson) (tugboat), 25:18

Ram, Joannes de, map, 87:23

Rambler (topsail schooner), 36:36

Rambo, William Preston, 35:18

Ramilles, HBMS, 141:20

Ramillies, HMS (ex-Katherine; later named Royal Katherine), 27:10, 69:13, 99:30

Ramona (periauger yacht), 110:25, 111:3

Ramsay, Bertram, 69:12, 69:13

Ramsgate Maritime Museum, 31:53

Rand, Anne Grimes, 84:6, 131:39–40

Rand, Max, 77:4

Randall, Christine, 81:46

Randall, Ernestina Mendes, 8:21

Randall, Frank

“Military Sealift Command Delivers,” 112:16–18

Randall, Robert Richard, 73:31, 102:41, 125:22

Rando, Anthony, 46:44

Randolph, Edmund, 153:27

Randolph (US navy frigate), 103:16, 152:36

Randolph, USS (aircraft carrier), 108:3

Range Sentinel, USNS (ex-USS Sherburne) (troop ship), 71:37

Rangeley (renamed Chauncey M. Depew; steamer), 10:13, 11:19, 11:19

Ranger, Henry (artist), 9:0

Ranger (J-class racing yacht), 11:34, 116:22, 116:22, 116:42, 158:25

Ranger (John Paul Jones’s sloop of war), 12:0, 12:19–20, 45:27, 46:5, 46:20, 46:27, 86:9, 98:25, 100:0, 100:9, 100:10–12, 100:11, 100:13, 101:3, 115:12, 115:22, 143:8, 143:8, 152:37

recreation of, 101:3, 163:47

Ranger (motor yacht), 107:31

Ranger, USS (ex-Rockport; ex-Nantucket; ex-Bay State; renamed Emery Rice) (barque-rigged iron gunboat), 46:20–21, 47:5, 47:50, 66:4, 65:4, 67:7, 68:5, 75:5, 107:17, 123:6, 123:15, 153:54, 153:54

Ranger Foundation, 101:3

“Ranking of Historic American Ships,” 148:26–31

Ranney, Steve, 111:6

Rapid (privateer), 142:24–28

Raranga (coal-burner), 56:5

Raritan (frigate), 103:16

Raritan (steamship), 70:5

Rath, Richard L. “Dick,” 4:20, 57:9, 80:2, 80:38

“The Coast Guard’s Extraordinary Eagle,” 58:30–32

“Sail Training: A Movement Comes of Age,” 57:15–18

Rath Memorial Fund, 80:4

Ratsey, Thomas, 126:44

Rattler (screw steamer), 64:16

Rattlesnake (privateer), 59:35, 73:36

Rattray, Jeannette Edwards, 2:29–30

Rau, William M., 122:45

Rauworth, Michael J., 165:24

“Probing the Mysteries of the Jones Act––Part 1,” 159:24–27

“Probing the Mysteries of the Jones Act—Part 2,” 160:28–31

Raven (replica Viking ship), 17:28

Rawl, Allen, 72:10, 135:44

“Recreations: From Vision to Reality,” 76:22–23

“Why Build This Ship? Kalmar Nyckel Takes Her Place in the Fleet,” 86:22–23

Yankee Spirit Takes Wing in Two New Brigantines,” 95:20–22

Rawl, Elizabeth, 72:10

“Recreations: From Vision to Reality,” 76:22–23

Yankee Spirit Takes Wing in Two New Brigantines,” 95:20–22

Ray (submarine), 30:10

Raymond, Henry, 156:33

Raymond, Jonathan, 82:24

Raymond (destroyer escort), 71:16

Raynaud, Adrian, 28:46, 84:56

“Captain Quick Loses His Temper—and a Mast—Towing Under the Brooklyn Bridge in 1915,” 28:46–47

Rayo (sloop-rigged ship), 26:12

Razorback, USS (Balao-class submarine), 158:5, 158:5

Reagan, Ronald, 46:6, 46:6

Reale (replica galley), 17:28

Reaper (renamed Shetlander) (herring drifter), 161:53–54, 161:54

“Rear Admiral Walter F. Schlech, Jr., USN (Ret.),” 35:26

Rebecca (British merchant brig), 137:19

Rebecca (centerboard sloop), 89:23

Rebecca (renamed Fannie J.) (steam tug/tow converted to diesel), 8:14, 8:16

Rebecca P., 33:18

Rebecca T. Ruark (dredge boat), 86:24, 86:26–27, 86:26

Rebovich, Peter, 131:29

“Recognition and Resolve: Carrying a Message to the American People,” 46:6–7

“Reconstructing HMS Warrior,” 16:12–15

“Reconstructing the Greek Trireme,” 37:36

Record (fjord boat), 68:5

Record (interisland ferry/cargo vessel), 79:36

recovery of man overboard, 52:32–33

“Recreating a Shantyboat and a River Man’s Dream,” 51:15

“Recreations: From Vision to Reality,” 76:22–23

Red Hook Marine Terminal, 14:31, 14:31

Red Jacket (clipper ship), 13:20, 14:7, 88:26, 154:40, 154:40, 163:38, 165:12

Red Oak Victory (Victory ship), 88:34–35, 88:34–35

Red Star tugs, 76:12–13

Red Witch, 164:30

Rediscovering Columbus

Part 1: “The Man and the World He Sailed In,” 53:16–19

Part II: “In Quest of Ships for the Voyage,” 54:18–22

Part III: “The Navigator Gets to Sea at Last, 55:16–18

Part IV: “Romping Across the Unknown Atlantic,” 56:16–19, 56:21

Part V: “Under Indian Eyes,” 58:12–14

Part VI: “Looking for Japan—in the Caribbean,” 59:12–14

Part VII, “Between Two Worlds: The Long Voyage Home,” 62:10–11

Part VIII, “Sail On, Columbus!” 63:12–15

“Rediscovering Julius Kroehl,” 165:44–45

“Rediscovering the Pacific Trade: The Maritime Paintings of David Thimgan,” 72:24–26

“Rediscovering USS Ward’s Namesake: James Harmon Ward, USN,” 162:16–20

“A Rediscovery of New York Seaport,” 17:43–45

“The Rediscovery of the Sea,” 115:26–29

“The Rediscovery of the US Brig Somers,” 75:31–32

Reed, Gladys E. (artist), 147:32

Reed, John, 94:10

Reed, Mary

“The RNLI and Lifeboat Duty,” 52:11

Reed, Thomas, 103:15

reed boats, 17:25, 43:32

Reeder, W. H., 144:24

Reedy, James R. Jr., 51:7

“The Destroyer’s Poor Relation,” 68:10–12

Reedy Point (tugboat), 142:46

Reeves, Edward, 2:30

“Reflections on Merchantman? or Ship of War,” 41:18

“Reflections on the 20th Annual Mystic International,” 91:18–23

Regan, Tara, 149:37

Regina, HMCS, 68:12

Regina Christina (Spanish ship), 86:18

Regina Maris, R/V (ex-Regina) (three-masted barquentine), 3:9, 3:12, 4:35, 5:20, 5:22, 5:23, 9:16, 14:43, 16:34, 18:21, 19:38, 23:21, 27:37, 33:34, 36:36, 50:31, 57:19, 58:9, 58:38, 59:6, 59:40, 60:9, 60:34, 61:5, 62:35, 62:4, 63:4, 65:39, 68:32, 77:36, 80:18, 102:36, 165:24

Regional Federation for the Preservation of our Maritime Heritage in Brittany, 24:27

Register of Historic Ships, 25:42

Registry of Working and Historic Vessels, 127:8

Regulus (corvette), 164:20, 164:21

Reid, Shelley

“Fair Winds, Peter,” 155:10–16

Kaiulani, The Ship That Started It All,” 142:10–14

“A Look at the Herreshoff Marine Museum,” 89:18

“The Ships of the San Francisco Gold Rush,” 90:34–35

“SS Columbia To Be Saved!” 149:40–41

Reid, USS (destroyer), 114:14–15

Reina Christina (Spanish flagship), 94:12

Reina Del Pacifico (Royal Mail Line liner), 65:20, 66:4–5

Reindeer, HMS (sloop-of-war), 27:33, 137:10

Reine Marie Stewart (schooner), 67:5

Reinholt, SS, 98:35

Reisenberg, Felix, 100:45

Reiss, Warren

“The Ronson Ship,” 28:20–22

Reiss (steam tug/tow), 5:29, 8:14, 25:18

“Rejoicing in the Hudson, Its Steamboats & Other Watercraft—and in the Artists Whose Vision Has Added Undying Luster to Its Heritage,” 37:23–25

Reliance (French privateer), 153:34, 153:35

Reliance (racing sloop), 76:24, 98:24, 116:21, 116:21, 164:26

Reliance (schooner), 158:24

Reliance (tugboat, 10:23, 10:23

Reliance, USS (steamer), 162:18

Reliant (paddlewheel tug), 76:46–47

Relief (lightship), 2:31, 5:29, 5:30, 20:44, 20:47

“The Remarkable Life of a Tosa Fisherman” 79:12–13

“The Remarkable Life of Robert Smalls” 91:28–30

“Remembering a Far-Traveled Four Piper,” 98:34–35

“Remembering the Loss of the Dorchester,” 65:18

“Remnants of Working Sail on the Hudson,” 77:27–30

remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), 153:19–21, 153:54

“Re-named Robert G. Albion Award,” 64:9

Renault, Anne, 152:8

Renda (Russian tanker), 139:29

Rendezvous (brigantine), 3:9

Rendini, Paola, 57:20, 100:39

Renée Rickmers (renamed Åland) (four-masted barque), 93:17

Renick, Charles E., 41:16, 117:44

Renick, Charles M.

“The American Merchant Marine Museum,” 75:5

Reno, CL, 72:5

Reno, USS, 122:34, 122:34

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste (artist), 145:27

Renommée (French privateer), 113:17

Renown, HMS (British flagship), 68:29, 71:0, 73:5, 103:9

Renssaeler (steamer), 13:4

Reo II (small power vessel), 5:30

“Re-opening the Doors of History at Erie House,” 72:16–18

“The Repairman,” 74:47

“Replica of Shtandart, First-Born of Russia’s Navy,” 84:44–45

replica vessels, 3:13, 8:17–18, 150:5

“Replicas—Where Are They Headed Today?” 8:17–18

“Report from the Falklands,” 78:16–17

“Report of the Eel Bait Committee,” 17:41

Reporter (schooner), 33:35

Reprisal, 101:3

“Reproducing a Periauger,” 109:15–17

Republic, 130:17

Republic, RMS (steamship), 114:35

Republic, SS (sidewheel steamer), 106:36, 130:17

Republic, USAT (ex-USS President Grant), 161:21, 161:22

Republic of Haiti, 164:19

Republic of Liberia, 132:13

Repulse (frigate), 98:10

Requin, USS (submarine), 73:17

Rescue, USS (ex-Saint John; ex-Antaeus) (steamship/hospital ship), 119:6

Resolute (pleasure steamer), 3:30

Resolute (tugboat), 25:15, 80:21

Resolute (yacht), 116:22

Resolute, USS (tugboat), 162:18, 162:19, 162:19

Resolution (merchant brig), 114:27

Resolution, HMS (ex-Drake) (barque), 11:12, 11:14–15, 11:14, 20:46, 27:10, 34:0, 34:31, 61:24, 61:24, 68:5, 83:17, 85:37, 85:38, 85:39, 85:39, 86:8–9

figurehead, 11:15

Resource (SL-7 container ship), 12:30

Resourceful (barge), 34:23

“Respect for Ivory,” 77:24–25

Restigouche, HMCS (minesweeper), 13:44

“The Restoration,” 15:16–21

“Restoration of Spirit Indeed!” 34:7–11

“The Restoration of the China Cabin,” 38:6

“Restoration of the Steamer Virginia V: Last of the Mosquito Fleet,” 14:40–41

“Restoring an Icon—Preparing the Whaleship Charles W. Morgan for her 38th Voyage,” 134:16–21

Result (schooner), 3:9, 3:30, 33:13, 36:32, 100:37

“Resurrection of LCT 7074, a D-Day Survivor,” 150:34–35

Retaliation (armed schooner), 44:16, 112:12

Retribution (Confederate privateer), 152:23

“The Return of HM Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant,” 65:47

“The Return of Lata: Building an Authentic Polynesian Voyaging Canoe,” 84:40–42

“Return to Cape Town: Several Generations of Cape Horners Meet under Table Mountain,” 93:31–32

Reuben James, USS (destroyer), 87:34–35, 87:36, 87:37, 145:6–7

Revenge (16th century ship), 59:21

Revenge (cutter), 152:38

Revenge (Drake’s galleon), 48:23, 48:24, 48:29

Revenge (hoy), 103:26

Revenge (topsail schooner), 53:29, 53:30, 53:31

“Revenue Cutter Californian Nears Her Launch Date,” 32:32–33

Revenue Cutter Service, 122:24

Revere, Paul, 15:55, 159:16

“Reviving a Tradition—in East Harlem!” 57:19

Revolutionary War. See American Revolution

Rex (Italian ocean liner), 64:6, 65:20, 65:22, 95:13

Reyes, José “Joe,” 95:8

Reynard, Kenneth D., 1:31–32, 8:11, 50:34, 152:30

“The Star is Reborn!” 5:18–19

Reynold (French merchant ship), 153:34

Reynolds, Craig A. C., 83:6, 85:6, 90:6, 92:5, 92:5

Reynolds, Jeremiah N., 156:30

Reynolds, R. J. Jr., 154:34

Rhea, Isaac T., 165:32

Rhinelander, David H.

“Gloucester’s Adventure,” 121:30–33

Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project, 78:28

Rhodes, Arlene, 63:8–9

Rhodes, Phil, 47:8

Rhododendron (ex-Omar) (sternwheel river tugboat), 5:28, 8:14, 25:18

Ricci, Matteo, 130:41

Rice, Peter, 131:9

Richard, Sebastien, 156:39

Richard Bland, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21, 64:4

Richard Coulter, SS (Liberty ship), 69:4

Richard Henry Dana (ex-Arthur J. Lynn) (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Richard P. Buck (full-rigger), 10:15

Richard Peck (now Elisha Lee) (freighter), 27:6, 29:5

Richard Robbins, 87:6

Richard Robbins Sr. (schooner), 14:46, 32:43

Richards, Pete, 144:13

Richardson, “Buck,” 154:23–24

Richardson, John, 157:4, 157:4

Richardson, John T., 117:13

Richardson, Josiah, 75:8–11

Richelieu (French battleship), 65:16

Richmond, Cedric, 142:52

Richmond, Chris, 160:44, 160:44

Richmond (Atlantic steam tug), 9:4

Richmond (whaleship), 18:41

Richmond, HMS (ex-USS Fairfax; renamed Zhivuchi) (destroyer), 98:34–35, 100:16

Richmond, USS (brig), 153:34

Richmond Bay (tugboat), 80:21, 80:21, 80:22

Ricker, John B. Jr., 33:35

Rickmer Rickmers (ex-Santo Andre; renamed Max; renamed Flores; renamed Sagres) (sail training ship; three-masted full-rigged ship, re-rigged as a barque), 2:10, 26:29, 29:31, 32:21, 45:18–20, 45:18–19, 52:23, 52:23, 77:37, 91:12

Ricot, Philippe Nicolas, 115:9

Ridge, Tom, 163:10, 163:10

Ridgway, Paul

“The World Ship Trust Celebrates the Charles W. Morgan,” 96:13

Riess, Warren

“The Ronson Ship Finds a Good Home,” 37:34–35

“The Ship That Built a City,” 35:7–8

Rigel (steamer), 93:17

rigging, 42:22–23, 52:30–33, 77:34–35, 110:21, 142:40. See also sails

“Rigging a Sail Training Ship for the Indian Navy,” 77:34–35

“Rigging a Sixteenth-Century Ship,” 42:22–23

Riggins, Thomas (artist), 38:29

right whales, 160:46–47

Rigney, Matt, 154:43, 154:44

Rigo (ex-Ferenca Ferdinand Foherczeg; ex-Leanyfalu; renamed Kossuth) (paddle steamer), 26:29

Rimac (schooner), 1:9

Rindlisbacher, Peter (artist), 141:31, 144:0, 144:20–22, 150:44, 153:0, 162:12

Ringarooma, HMS, 142:30

Ringgold, Cadwalader, 140:28

Ringle, Ken, 165:24

Ringwald, Donald C., 46:44

Riordan, Marguerite, 164:23

Risbrough, J., 113:16

Rita (Friendship sloop), 51:36

Ritter, Herbert W., 41:13

River and Harbor Act of 1915, 1917, and 1930, 7:24, 157:11

River Heritage Museum, 102:38

River Museum (Essex, CT), 25:37, 36:19

“The River Museum: A humane interpretation of Connecticut River History,” 36:19

“The River That Led Around the World,” 82:6–9

“The River Towns,” 36:10–11

River Walk (San Antonio), 69:37

Riverboat Louis Armstrong (ex-Casino Aztar; ex-City of Evansville; ex-Tropicana Evansville), 161:55–56

riverboats, 39:36, 74:0

Riverfront Gallery (Maine Maritime Museum), 75:21, 88:28, 124:36

“Riverfront Heritage and Development: The Case for Dubuque,” 43:8–10

riverfront revival, 43:11

Riverhead museum (Long Island), 70:37

Riverine Force, 147:22

“Riverman, Shellerman,” 50:18–19

rivers, American. See American rivers

“The Rivers: A Celebration of Life and Work on America’s Waterways,” 157:10–13

“Rivers of America,” 43:6–7

Riversdale, 26:10, 29:5

Rizzi, USS (destroyer escort), 116:6

Rizzuto, Tim

“USS Slater (DE-766),” 115:18

RMS Titanic, Inc., 153:20

RMS Titanic Memorial Act, 139:38

“RNLI and Lifeboat Duty,” 52:11

“The Road to China,” 54:24–26

Roald Amundsen (brig), 68:33, 69:5

Roald Amundsen (Viking long ship replica), 8:17

Roann (eastern-rig dragger), 114:2, 146:12, 146:12, 147:44

Roanoke (mail steamer), 152:24–25

Roanoke Island Park, 93:40

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse, 96:37

Robatto, Daniel

“A View from the Bridge,” 42:30

Robbins Reef Lighthouse, 158:42–43

Robert C. Seamans, SSV (research vessel, brigantine), 98:36, 98:36, 152:19, 162:47, 164:16, 164:16

Robert E. Lee (blockade runner), 120:28

Robert E. Lee (steamboat), 10:11, 35:29, 40:34, 43:13, 43:13, 57:29, 74:19, 161:55

Robert E. Lee (submarine), 30:10

Robert E. Lee (WWII era), 100:44

Robert E. Peary, SS (Liberty Ship), 11:21, 11:21, 35:28

Robert F. Hoke, SS (Liberty ship), 11:22

Robert F. Stockton (iron ship), 64:16

Robert Fulton (Hudson River steamer), 4:43, 10:7, 10:10, 13:4, 13:12, 16:47–48, 37:23, 58:25, 58:26, 144:35, 149:41

Robert J. Knickle (Gloucester schooner), 6:5

Robert J. Walker (Coast Survey steam vessel), 120:32, 147:46–47, 147:47

Robert L. Stevens (R. L. Stevens) (steamboat), 80:25

Robert L. Webster (skipjack), 14:10

Robert Louis Stevenson, SS (Liberty ship), 149:14–17

Robert Pulsford, 75:26

“Robert Sticker: The Sailor’s Eye,” 69:28–29

Roberts, Bob, 34:24

Roberts, Colin, 162:34

Roberts, Harry, 85:6

Roberts, James E., 19:8, 19:12, 19:13

Roberts, Jerry

“Battle of the Atlantic,” 66:8–15

“The British Raid on Essex: Rediscovering the Forgotten Battle,” 149:30–34

“Building a Modern Maritime Tradition,” 80:20–22

“The National Lightship Trust,” 34

“Operation Overlord,” 69:10–16

“The Silent Service Comes of Age,” 95:18–19

Robertson, Charles A., 153:50, 153:50, 154:10–11, 154:10, 155:8–9, 155:8

Robertson, Cliff, 107:36

Robertson, Graeme, 38:11

Robertson, James, 137:12

Robertson II (fishing schooner replica; sail training ship), 40:3, 40:26–27, 40:26, 40:27, 61:38, 76:36, 79:23

Robertson v. Baldwin, 160:29

Robillard, Kathie, 135:20

Robin (renamed Maria) (coasting steamer), 3:30, 26:28, 65:34

Robin (freighter), 44:42

Robin Moor, 36:4

Robinson, Bill

“Winning Their Way to Bermuda”, 47:8–10

Robinson, Charles Raskob (artist), 16:46, 28:25, 32:10–11, 139:8, 150:44

“At the Water’s Edge,” 165:26–30

Robinson, Donald P., 5:6, 96:13

“The Conrad at Mystic,” 32:25

Robinson, Edward, 134:17

Robinson, James, 125:16

Robinson, Simon, 131:40

Robinson, Thora Lund, 131:28

Robinson Landing Shipwrecks, 163:48

Robust (British warship), 132:25, 132:26

Rockall (renamed Massachusetts) (schoolship), 31:50

Rockaway (two-masted schooner), 77:23

Rockefeller, David Jr., 132:40, 132:40, 133:8, 133:8, 155:8, 164:11

Rockefeller, John D., 50:40

Rockefeller, Laurance S., 49:35

Rockport (ex-Nantucket; ex-USS Ranger; ex-Bay State; renamed Emery Rice), (barque-rigged iron gunboat), 10:9, 20:13, 20:13, 46:20–21, 47:5, 47:50, 66:4, 65:4, 67:7, 68:5, 75:5, 107:17, 123:6, 123:15, 153:54, 153:54

Rockport Apprenticeshop, 27:37, 28:6–7, 29:2, 33:34, 51:4, 51:29, 52:5, 56:35, 64:38, 103:30

Rockport Museum (Maine), 115:35

Rockwing (ex-Tapline; ex-Abqaiq; renamed Fearless) (tugboat), 25:19

Roddy, James, 103:5, 103:5

Rodgaard, John A.

“‘I Shall Bring Home Two Frigates,’” 150:16–18

Rodger, N. A. M., 137:44

Rodgers, Elizabeth Barlow, 164:36

Rodgers, John, 59:26, 134:13, 140:17

Rodgers, William, 144:12

Rodgers, USS (ex-Mary and Helen; steam whaler), 150:11–14, 150:11, 150:13, 151:5

Rodman, Hugh, 120:33, 120:35

Rodney, HMS (battleship), 69:13, 71:26

Rodriguez, Edie, 154:50, 156:50

Roebling John A., 28:12, 28:13

Roek (ex-Jacomien) (steam tugboat), 25:19, 25:32, 57:35

Roffo, Sergio (artist), 148:44, 154:28, 157:15, 162:13, 165:cover, 165:26–30

Roger B. Taney, USCGC (Coast Guard cutter), 73:17

Rogers, Bert, 122:48–49, 122:49, 154:8, 154:8, 155:16, 160:11–12, 160:11, 161:10–11, 161:10, 161:11, 164:10, 164:10, 165:24, 165:24

“‘To Boldly Go.’ NASA Astronauts Taking the Lessons of Sail Training into Space,” 160:20–22

“Romance Under Sail: The Life and Legacy of Captain and Mrs. Arthur Kimberly and the Brigantine Romance,” 124:20–24

Rogers, Bruce (artist), 91:13

Rogers, James

“Tall Ships Challenge: Gulf Coast Series 2018,” 163:28–29

Rogers, Moses, 64:14, 134:22–25, 134:23

Rogers, Peter W. (artist), 16:46, 16:49, 21:37, 21:38, 22:0

“Boston Harbor: A Wharf Rat’s Reverie,” 24:21–22

“From the Lakes to the World’s Oceans,” 22:23–25

Rogers City (ex-Dolomite; renamed Chippewa) (tugboat), 25:18, 26:30

Roland, Alex, 119:35, 119:35, 121:8

Roland, Dan, 76:12, 76:13, 76:14–15, 76:15

Rolph, James, 10:23

Rolph, 121:13

Rolston, Jim, 108:6

Roman seafaring, 75:12–13

Roman ships, 26:29, 70:39, 73:10–11

Romance (brigantine), 14:43, 21:30, 93:31–32, 123:14, 123:16, 124:0, 124:5–6, 140:4, 143:7, 143:7, 143:47, 152:19, 161:46, 164:10, 165:24

Romance (Danish vessel), 157:31

Romance (ex-Enchantress; now Young America), 3:10, 13:47, 15:50, 17:14–16, 7:17, 17:35, 18:14, 18:17, 18:20, 18:21, 20:36, 20:39, 22:34, 70:37

Romance (ex-Grethe) (brigantine), 3:9, 124:20–24, 124:27

Romance (schooner), 9:27

“Romance of the Sea in Miniature,” 104:18–21

Romance of the Seas (clipper ship), 124:21

“Romance Under Sail: the Life and Legacy of Captain and Mrs. Arthur Kimberly and the Brigantine Romance,” 124:20–24

Romans, Bernard, 109:3

Romeo, Antonio, 156:55

Romer (pilot boat), 144:31

Rommel, Erwin, 69:10

Rommel (German destroyer), 30:10

Rona (renamed Polly Woodside) (coal barge/barque), 2:10, 11:31, 17:34, 20:42, 23:27, 38:11, 39:6, 76:7

Ronald H. Brown (NOAA oceanographic research ship), 140:40, 153:17

Roncador, USS (submarine), 12:28

Ronnberg, Erik A. R. Jr., 32:28–29, 49:14–15, 49:25, 49:36–37, 131:14

“‘A Magical Shipyard’: An Appreciation of the Modelmaking Art of Erik A. R. Ronnberg,” 32:28–29

Ronnberg, Erik A. R. Sr., 48:31

Ronson ship, 28:20–22, 35:7–8, 36:4, 37:34–35

“The Ronson Ship,” 28:20–22

“The Ronson Ship Finds a Good Home,” 37:34–35

Roosevelt, Elliot, 101:10

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 69:9, 87:34–35, 87:37, 92:11, 101:8–9, 104:7, 104:8, 104:8, 104:9, 104:11, 110:16, 110:16, 128:22

Roosevelt, Nicholas, 64:13

Roosevelt, Theodore “Teddy,” 86:16, 86:17, 86:18, 104:6

Roosevelt, SS (Peary’s Arctic exploration ship), 101:12, 117:30, 117:34, 117:36, 123:46, 144:36, 151:10, 155:38

Roosevelt, USS (destroyer), 100:15

ropemaking, 161:24–29

Roper, USS (destroyer), 68:12

Ropes, George Jr., 124:35

Ro-Ros (roll-on, roll-off car carriers), 163:42–43, 163:43

Rosa del Comercio (merchant ship), 137:21

Rosario (Spanish ship), 81:14

Roscius (transAtlantic packet ship), 154:39, 154:40

Rose, Caroline, 74:22

Rose, Hans, 55:44–45, 56:44–45, 56:45

Rose, Henry, 8:19–20

Rose, Jetur, 74:22

Rose, John M.

“Fireboat Duwamish,” 109:30

Rose, Mary, 85:44–45

Rose (British steamer), 99:9

Rose (frigate), 3:13, 5:15, 15:48, 71:38, 85:13, 98:8

Rose, “HMS” (aka HMS Surprise) (frigate reproduction), 4:35, 5:32, 6:22, 7:33, 8:17, 8:26, 10:26, 12:22–24, 16:36, 17:26, 17:28, 18:42, 20:38, 22:38, 23:22, 31:58, 41:31, 46:38, 49:35, 50:17, 58:35–36, 59:35, 61:38, 62:35, 63:9, 63:35, 65:37, 67:34, 68:33, 69:34, 70:6, 73:32, 77:36, 78:4, 80:19, 85:13, 86:5, 86:7, 87:6, 89:6, 91:5, 95:5, 97:36, 98:11, 99:34, 105:40, 106:36, 116:37, 120:16, 120:19, 141:5, 141:44, 152:50, 154:4, 154:51, 156:46, 165:5

(pictures), 16:36, 17:26, 62:27, 70:20–21, 80:4, 80:19, 81:0, 84:35, 92:0, 97:36, 106:36, 120:17, 120:19

sail training aboard, 85:24–26

Rose Dorothea (fishing schooner, half size model), 11:30, 16:37, 17:28, 82:23

Rose Island Lighthouse, 39:35, 149:46, 149:46

Rosenblatt, Lester, 35:13, 105:41, 118:40

“US Flag Shipping: A Matter of National Survival—and More,” 65:8

Rosenblatt, Mandell, 118:40

Rosenfeld, Stanley, 47:10, 103:38, 105:41, 105:41

Rosenfeld Collection, 40:30

Roseway (ex-Boston pilot schooner #2), 40:11, 49:31, 93:10, 103:36, 159:19, 159:19, 159:35, 160:44, 162:42, 163:22–27, 163:22–27

Roseway (CGR 812) (windjammer), 55:5

Rosie Parks (dredge boat), 86:25, 86:26

Rosie Parks (skipjack), 5:29, 14:11, 14:13, 122:18, 133:46, 133:46, 143:42, 160:51

Rosinco (luxury yacht), 98:41

Rosloff, Jay, 35:7

Ross, David Lincoln

“Lafayette’s Hermione: A TransAtlantic Story,” 151:16–20

Ross, John, 156:32, 156:33

Ross, Robert, 137:15, 140:15, 140:16, 140:17, 147:21, 147:22

Rossie (privateer), 59:26, 142:25

Rossie (schooner), 147:18

Rostron, Arthur H., 138:13–15

Rothesay Bay (square-rigged barque), 32:14, 32:15, 91:10

Rotterdam (Netherlands passenger vessel), 83:51

Rotterdam Sailing Vessel Association, 90:39

“Rough Justice,” 105:15

“Rough Weather All Day: A Firsthand Account of the Jeanette Search Expedition, 1881–1882,” 150:10–14

Roughead, Gary, 130:8, 130:8, 132:8, 132:8

Round the Horn in a Square Rigger (Johnson), 156:18

“Round the World and Home Again,” 90:37–38

Rouse, Parke Jr., 14:23

Rouse Simmons (three-masted schooner), 46:40–41, 46:40, 113:22, 120:40, 120:40

steering wheel, 89:4

Rousmaniere, John

“The Rediscovery of the Sea,” 115:26–29

“Sea History in a Brooklyn Cemetery,” 144:28–33

“Thrashing to Bermuda on the Oldest Ocean Race,” 131:28–29

Routh, Donald K. (poet), 12:14

Roux, George, 63:23

Rover (log canoe), 32:10, 32:11

Rover (renamed Southern Cross) (steam yacht), 5:3, 16:49

“‘Roving Band of Riggers & Shipwrights’ Refits the Balclutha and Moves On,” 90:20–23

Rowan (US cruiser), 62:15

Rowan Louisiana (oil rig), 18:42

Rowell, Otis, 131:9

Rowland, John T.

“Down the Sound in an Old Two-Sticker,” 50:45–48

Rowsom, Christopher, 133:4

Roxana (Genoese ship), 53:17

Roxborough, HMS (ex-USS Foote), 66:10, 66:10

Roy (fishing boat), 20:15

Royal Academy of Arts (London), 141:30

Royal Anne, 69:37

Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, 47:8, 80:3, 83:4, 95:31

Royal Caroline (yacht), 60:24

Royal Charles, 45:12

Royal Clipper (five-masted Sailing Passenger Vessel; SPV), 89:38, 89:38, 131:4, 131:4

Royal George, HMS, 74:28, 99:31

Royal Hospital for Seamen (Greenwich), 153:25, 153:25

Royal Katherine (ex-Katherine; ex-HMS Ramillies), 27:10, 69:13, 99:30

Royal Louis, 116:16

Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG), 146:40–41

Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), 52:11

Royal Naval Museum, 24:27, 76:30–31

Royal Navy, 31:9–10, 48:18–20, 65:32, 76:30–31. See also War of 1812

and Samuel Pepys, 135:24–27

and the U-boats, 67:10–11

“A Royal Navy Veteran Depicts the Capture of U-505,” 35:41

Royal Norwegian Navy Museum, 84:20

Royal Oak, HMS (British flagship), 42:30, 132:25

Royal Observatory, 66:17–18, 66:17

Royal Prince, 34:33

Royal Savage (topsail schooner), 53:29, 53:30, 54:5, 117:16, 117:19

Royal Society of Marine Artists (RSMA), 9:37, 25:3, 25:36–37, 46:27, 47:39, 96:26

Annual Exhibition (1984), 35:36–39

Exhibition at Mystic Seaport, 25:36–37

“Royal Squadron that Found Safe Harbor in the US,” 31:43

Royal William, HMS, 99:30

Royal Yacht Squadron (RYS), 126:5

Royalist, TS (Royal Navy Sea Cadet brig), 3:9, 5:22, 20:30, 25:43, 37:33, 39:33, 47:11, 52:30, 56:29, 66:26, 70:22, 71:40, 77:34, 83:50

Royaliste (square topsail ketch), 73:32

Rubin, Norman, 12:25, 52:36

Rules Gadget (Google Gadget), 128:44

Rules of the Road, 150:7

Rum Hound (steam launch), 130:12, 130:13

Rumseian Society, 43:39

“Running Hard,” 52:25

Running Tide (sloop), 164:13

Runyan, Timothy J., 56:35, 111:2, 116:25, 121:8, 133:4, 133:9, 133:9, 158:15, 162:7, 163:10, 164:10, 164:14–15, 164:14, 165:8–9, 165:8

“100 Years of Shipping through the Isthmus of Panama,” 148:12–16

“America’s Policy for the Oceans,” 108:7

“Congress Supports Maritime Heritage Amendments!” 155:24–25

“Funding America’s Maritime Heritage––a New Proposal,” 164:49

“Funding for America’s Maritime Heritage: Rounding the Bases,” 157:26–27

letter, 162:8

“National Maritime Alliance—Advocating for Maritime Heritage,” 161:16–17

“National Maritime Alliance Secures Federal Grants for Maritime Heritage,” 145:48–49

“The Niagara Lives!” 48:37

“Underway in a New World, Godspeed,” 119:18–21

“The USS Monitor Center,” 119:32–33

Runyon, Steven, 154:30–33

Rupley, Allen S., 28:37, 29:11, 34:8, 34:10

Rush, Richard, 164:19

Rush, William, 139:23

Russell, Benjamin, 164:52

Russell, Eugenia, 146:14–16

Russell, John Scott, 98:22

Russell, W. Duncan, 130:21

Russell, 42:17

Russell I (renamed W. O. Decker) (wooden harbor tugboat), 145:9, 156:46, 161:50, 161:50

Russell, USS (destroyer), 164:15

Russell A. Wingate (Chesapeake Bay bugeye), 12:39, 20:39–40

Russell Grinnell (schooner), 23:23

Russian Coast Guard, 139:32, 139:32

Russian Sub Museum (Collier Point, RI), 116:37

“Russians Attack Civilian Craft,” 31:25

Rustchak, Robert, 55:7, 55:8

Ruth M. Martin, 45:5, 46:5, 47:5

Rutherford, Donald

“The Guardian of St. George Reef,” 63:20–23

Rutherford, Jeff, 121:42

Ruthie B. (dragger), 49:35

Ruthof (tugboat), 25:19

Rutledge, John Jr., 153:26

Rutter, Solomon, 147:19, 147:21

Rutz, Rudolf A., 35:22

Ruyam, 37:33

Ryan, Luke, 90:15

Ryan, William E. (artist), 20:47, 20:49, 46:27, 61:26–27, 63:0

Rybka, Walter, 11:29, 15:16–21, 15:15, 15:16, 111:2, 121:8, 126:40, 128:8, 128:8, 132:16, 139:4, 145:55, 155:12–13

“Anticipating a Hurricane: Designing a Berth for Elissa,” 132:16–20

“Battle of Lake Erie, 10 September 1813,” 144:14–19

“He Sank Them in the Lowlands Low!” 77:10–12

letter, 145:5

“Let Go and Haul! Lessons to Take Home from the Brig Niagara,” 126:22–27

“Naval Battle of Plattsburgh Bay, 11 September 1814,” 148:20–24

“Plotting the Fix—A Call for a National Consensus to Save Historic Ships and the Battle to Save Olympia,” 135:38–40

“Ranking of Historic American Ships,” 148:26–31

“‘The Ship Is Now Real and Beautiful,’” 26:18–23

“USS Texas: The Ship, and the Myth,” 31:8–15

“War of 1812 on the Inland Seas, The,” 138:22–26

Rychetnik, Joseph S.

“A Victory Ship Wins Through: The Red Oak Victory Returns to Richmond,” 88:34–35

Ryde (paddle steamer), 3:30, 33:32

Ryde Queen (sidewheel steam ferry), 60:39

Ryder, F. Van Loon, 37:31

Ryder Hanify (renamed George L. Olson) (steam schooner), 124:12–13, 124:12

Rynberg, Alan, 83:41

Rynink, Jan (artist), 29:34–36, 29:36