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Sea History, Volumes 1–164

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“S. Francis Smitheman,” 52:26–29

S. Gildersleeve, 36:16

S. J. Waring (merchant schooner), 93:34–36, 93:35

S-5 (submarine), 158:31

Sabel, Frederick L., 1:31

Sabina (steamboat), 146:48

Sabine (frigate), 103:16

Sabino (ex-Tourist) (coal burning passenger steamboat), 2:31, 2:32, 5:11, 5:6, 5:28, 10:13, 11:8, 27:38, 36:36, 96:20, 96:20, 103:36, 130:9, 143:23, 151:44, 151:44, 152:26, 155:53–54, 155:54, 159:46–47

Sable, Fred, 94:6

Sabre, 5:21, 18:17, 18:18–19, 38:30

Sachs, Charles Ira

“Trade Cards: Lost Art of the Sail/Steam Era,” 40:28–29

Sacred Cod (superstition), 101:29–30

Sadie (sloop), 14:13

SAFE Port Act, 118:38

safety issues, 122:10–11, 123:6, 123:8–10

Sag Harbor, SS, 102:4

“The Saga of the Arctic Schooner Bowdoin,” 40:24–25

Saga Siglar (Viking knarr), 34:38

Saga Siglar (Viking knarr replica), 58:36, 64:34, 64:34

Sagadahoc (freighter), 36:3, 36:4

Sagafjord (Cunard liner), 95:13

Sagamore (ex-Diane Chris; ex-Handel), 40:2–3, 42:35

“Sagas from Smalls Lighthouse,” 165:34–37

Saginaw, USS (two-masted brig), 106:36, 112:8–11, 112:9, 125:17, 127:24

Sagres (ex-Santo Andre; ex-Rickmer Rickmers; ex-Max; ex-Flores) (sail training ship; three-masted full-rigged ship, re-rigged as a barque), 2:10, 4:12, 5:20, 12:41, 26:29, 28:40, 29:31, 32:21, 37:33, 45:18–20, 45:18–19, 52:23, 52:23, 77:37, 91:12

Sagres I, 70:21

Sagres II /Sagres III (ex-Albert Leo Schlageter; ex-Gunabara) (three-masted barque), 2:12, 4:11, 5:14, 26:29, 33:28, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 52:24, 52:24, 52:46, 55:34, 56:31, 56:31, 58:30, 62:25, 70:23, 94:28, 135:16, 135:16, 135:17, 135:22, 135:22

Saguin, 12:36

“Sail, Martha’s Vineyard,” 84:43

Sail ’89, 50:34

Sail Adventure In Learning, Inc. (SAIL), 53:6

SAIL Amsterdam, 55:34, 56:30–31, 57:35

“Sail Amsterdam 1990,” 56:30–31

Sail and Life Training Society (SALTS), 40:26–27, 79:23

Sail Boston (2017), 159:18–19, 159:23

Sail Education Association (SEA), 4:17, 4:35

sail lighters, 21:14, 21:14

“Sail Martha’s Vineyard,” 63:9

Sail Nauticus, 155:50

“Sail On, Columbus!” 63:1215

“Sail to Steam in the Nineteenth Century,” 134:22

Sail Toronto (1994), 69:34

Sail Training, 44:20, 45:39, 46:36, 47:11, 49:30–31, 57:4, 62:36, 66:6, 84:36–38

on the Bill of Rights, 50:32–33

on the Black Pearl, 50:31

in East Harlem, 57:19

future of, 70:20–23

history, 57:12–14

“A New Bark Built in 1906,” 48:16–17

and the Portuguese experience, 45:18–20

races, 6:28, 17:12

on the Spirit of Massachusetts, 49:30–31

ships, 37:5, 65:37

“Square Riggery,” 52:30–33

Western Union, 39:32–33

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

“Sail Training Aboard Spirit of Massachusetts,” 49:30–31

“Sail Training Aboard the Bill of Rights,” 50:32–33

“Sail Training and the Portuguese Experience,” 45:18–20

Sail Training Association (STA), 57:0, 57:11, 70:22–23

Europe 1980, 19:35

Tall Ships Races 1994, 71:40

“Sail Training Association and the Schooners Foundation,” 57:11

Sail Training Association (Britain), 85:54

Sail Training International, 104:40, 138:44

sail training maneuvers

box hauling, 52:33

heaving-to, 52:32

recovery of man overboard, 52:32–33

tacking ship, 52:30–31

wearing ship (gybing), 52:31–32

“Sail Training Ship Kruzenshtern and the Legacy of the Laeisz Company,” 89:30–32

“Sail Training: The Next Century,” 70:20–23

“Sail Training, USA,” 4:17

“Sail Training with SALTS,” 40:26–27

Sailability (racing sloop), 92:22

SailCargo, Inc., 164:52

“Sailing Backward into the Azores,” 12:54–55

Sailing Barge Association, 34:22

“Sailing Canal Boat General Butler. And Her Survivors,” 52:12–13

“Sailing Craft of the Caribbees: I,” 30:32–33

“Sailing Craft of the Caribbees: II,” 31:46–48

“Sailing for All: Joe Lee and American’s First Public Community Sailing Program,” 130:20–25

“Sailing in Sea Cloud,” 28:4

“Sailing in the Last Pacific Lumber Schooners with the Likes of Matt Peasley,” 22:18–19

sailing language. See nautical jargon

“Sailing Reproductions of Historic Ships,” 17:25–26

Sailing School Vessels Act, 27:14, 30:34, 31:52

“Sailing Shenandoah,” 42:15

“Sailing the Sharkish Seas: The 19th-Century Whaleman’s Experience with the Most Feard Ocean Predators” (McCauley), 164:38–42

“Sailing with the Last Sailors”

Part I, 35:32–34

Part II, 36:24–26

Sailmaker, Isaac, 12:45

“Sailmaker James Forten,” 116:16–17

“Sailmakers in the Nineteenth Century,” 109:20

“Sailor, Spy, Swashbuckler, Dentist! The Improbable Life of Henry Parr,” 152:22–25

sailor talk. See nautical jargon

sailors

burial at sea, 124:18

cabin boys, 153:44

of the Era of Discovery, 55:14–15

impressment of, 150:21–22, 150:23, 153:24

shanghaiing, 160:29

stranded in foreign ports, 153:24–31

and tattoos, 127:34

“Sailors and Slaves: USS Constellation and the TransAtlantic Slave Trade,” 132:10–14

Sailors for the Sea, Inc., 129:4, 129:24–25, 130:41, 132:40, 164:11

“Sailors in Distress: The Origins of the First Federal Healthcare Legislation,” 153:24–31

Sailors’ Snug Harbor (SSH), 73:31, 125:22–25, 147:43

Sailors Union of the Pacific (SUP), 75:36, 121:11

“The Sailor’s Wife Ashore,” 85:42–45

sails, 88:46–47, 118:33

construction of, 52:5

names of, 71:10–12, 155:18–21

on rail cars, 108:22, 121:5–6

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

sailcloth manufacturing, 147:24

sailmakers and sailmaking, 53:6, 109:32–33, 111:10–13, 142:40, 147:24–28

on schooner barges, 29:31

solar-powered, 128:44

Viking, 157:25

Sails Over Ice and Sea––The Life and Times of the Schooner Ernestina-Morrissey (documentary), 163:14

Saint Brendan Project, 43:33

Saint Brendan’s Voyage, 75:14

Saint Gaudens, Augustus (sculptor), 40:34

Saint John, SS (renamed USS Antaeus; renamed USS Rescue) (steamship), 119:6

Saint John’s light vessel LV-84, 82:34

Saint Joseph (Gloucester trawler), 82:21

Saint Mary’s College of California, 138:44

Saint Nicholas the Wonder Worker (ex-Pirate) (floating church), 72:4

Saint Patrick (Galway hooker), 38:33

Saint-Memin (artist), 15:56

saiyya, 89:16, 89:17

Salazar, Ken, 130:44

Salem, USS (heavy cruiser), 65:38, 66:26, 72:34, 72:34, 79:37, 111:4, 148:28

Salem Maritime National Historic Park/Site, 58:39, 65:40

Salen, Peter, 84:18, 84:20

Salinas, USS (tanker), 87:36

Salisbury Sound, USS (seaplane tender), 91:22

Salley, George, 39:33

Sallie E. Ludlam (schooner), 50:7

Sallie L, Bramble (bugeye), 49:35, 62:34

Sally (sloop), 81:39

Sally Ride, R/V, 155:52

Salm, Alexander, 5:22

Salmon, Robert (artist), 15:55, 75:26

Salmon, HMS, 110:17

“Salt Pork and Peasoup,” 7:44–45

Saltonstall, Dudley, 103:15

Salty Dog (catboat), 23:23, 25:45

“A Salty Play in Three Acts: ‘The Watch On the Wheel,’” 44:20–21

Salutation (steam tug/tow), 8:14

Salute (minesweeper), 14:48, 14:48

Salvage Chief, M/V (ex-LSM 380), 162:22–27, 162:22, 162:23, 162:25, 162:26, 162:27, 163:6

Salvage Chief Foundation, 162:27

salvagers, 39:15

Salve Regina University, 149:42

Salvesen, George, 87:41

Sam (ex-Friedrich; renamed Merry) (ketch, formerly topsail schooner), 3:8

Samaria (Cunard liner), 65:20, 74:5

Samoa (sloop), 144:44

Sampson, William T., 86:18, 155:32, 155:32, 155:32, 155:33, 155:36

Sampson, USS (destroyer), 56:45

Samson (Dutch ship), 41:24

Samson (full-rigged ship), 128:15

Samson (steam tugboat), 13:41, 19:11, 25:17, 77:36, 78:16, 78:17, 79:3

Samuel A. Guilds (ex-Captain Collier) (tugboat), 70:39

Samuel B. Roberts (destroyer escort), 71:16, 71:18

Samuel Chase, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21

Samuel D. Ingham, USCGC (Coast Guard cutter), 73:17

“Samuel Eliot Morison: He Stood for Things Too Important for the World to Lose,” 113:26–30

Samuel K. Barlow, SS (Liberty ship), 88:34

Samuel Plimsoll, 20:46

Samuels, Samuel “Bully,” 102:41

“Sailing Backward into the Azores,” 12:54–55

San Agustín, 99:28

San Antonio (amphibious transport), 116:39, 116:39

San Antonio (Magellan’s ship), 79:11

San Carlos (sailing ship), 61:32, 140:28

San Diego (Manila galleon), 68:36

San Diego Maritime Museum, 1:31–32, 8:29, 16:37, 21:34, 64:35, 73:38, 75:21, 89:41, 94:37, 98:30, 98:36, 102:38, 107:35. See also Maritime Museum of San Diego

“Treasures of the Manila Galleons,” 99:2829

San Felipe (Spanish galleon), 48:24

San Francisco, CA, 38:9–11

San Francisco Bay, 117:22, 117:22

“San Francisco Bay Felucca Reborn,” 51:14

“San Francisco Bay Tug Boating,” 10:22–23

San Francisco Maritime Museum, 4:19, 4:26–29, 4:30, 5:24, 5:33, 8:29, 142:11, 142:13, 155:10. See also San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

San Francisco Maritime Museum Association, 8:12

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (SFMNHP), 2:31, 63:37, 77:38, 91:25–26, 100:42, 113:38, 115:32, 120:40, 131:39, 142:11, 155:10, 159:39, 159:44. See also San Francisco Maritime Museum

  1. Porter Shaw Library, 92:39

“The San Francisco Renaissance,” 8:12–13

San Francisco Ship Model Gallery, 38:29, 38:33

San Giorgio (renamed Ebe) (brigantine), 3:6–7, 3:7

San Jacinto, USN, 126:5

San Jose, USNS (combat stores ship), 112:18

San Juan, 122:23

San Juan, Puerto Rico, as OpSail 2000 official port, 91:15–16

San Martín, José de, 164:19

San Martín (Medina Sidonia’s flagship), 48:23, 48:23, 48:25, 48:29

San Mateo (Spanish galleon), 48:24

San Mateo, SS (steam ferryboat), 2:31, 12:36, 22:41, 25:8, 58:38, 64:3637

San Nicolas (prison ship), 146:19

San Pablo (Spanish flagship), 59:20

San Pedro (shipwrecked galleon), 48:25, 70:39, 138:36–37, 138:37

San Pedro (wrecking scow), 130:17

San Salvador (Cabrillo’s ship) (caravel or galleon), 48:24, 64:35, 109:2, 146:41, 150:51, 152:48, 153:52, 154:6, 154:51, 156:46

launching of, 154:6

San Salvador (aka La Capitana) (replica of Cabrillo’s ship), 60:38, 129:44, 129:44, 135:44, 135:44, 136:6, 141:44, 141:44, 146:41, 148:53, 152:48, 153:52, 154:51

Sanctuary, USS (hospital ship), 69:37

Sand Key Lighthouse, 39:16

“A Sandbagger for All Seasons,” 36:8–9

Sandell, Val (artist), 159:4

Sandford, James, 142:25–26

Sands, Benjamin, 120:32–33

Sandwich (French privateer), 81:39

Sandy (log canoe), 32:11

Sandy Hook Pilots, 144:31

Sankaty Head Lighthouse, 62:36, 71:7

Sanli (sponge boat), 68:19

Sans Pareil (Brixham trawler), 30:22

Sansinena (oil tanker), 162:25

Santa (shrimp boat), 8:28

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 107:30–32, 107:30–31, 140:43, 142:44, 146:42

“Santa Barbara Maritime Museum: Council of American Maritime Museums Profile,” 107:30–32

Santa Caterina do Monte Sinai (carrack), 45:12

Santa Clara, shipwrecks, 153:48

Santa Cruz, Battle of, 79:19–21

Santa Cruz, Marquis of, 48:22

Santa Margarita, 107:23

Santa Maria (Columbus’s flagship nao), 50:31, 54:21–22, 55:14, 55:17–18, 55:20, 56:16, 59:13, 63:12, 78:11, 149:47

(pictures), 54:21

loss of, 59:14

readying for voyage, 56:20

Santa Maria (Columbus’s nao reproduction), 5:15, 8:17, 10:26, 17:25, 17:26, 17:27, 17:28, 53:11, 57:16, 63:38, 65:39, 70:39, 84:54

(pictures), 17:28, 55:17, 56:17, 56:19, 56:20

Santa Maria, (Columbus’s ship replica in Columbus, Ohio), 58:34

Santa Maria (shrimp boat), 105:38, 125:51

Santa Maria (steamer), 63:22

Santa Monica (hulk, former barquentine), 3:9

Santa Rita (freighter), 23:44–45, 26:3

Santa Rosa (liner), 16:21

Santa Rosa (Spanish brig), 139:10

Santa Saturnia (Spanish schooner), 61:32, 61:33

Santamaria, Dawn, 140:48

Santee, USS (aircraft carrier), 71:16

Santee (frigate), 103:16

Santiago (Magellan’s caravel), 61:46, 79:11, 85:16, 88:17

Santiago de Cuba, naval battle of, 31:9, 86:18–19, 100:15, 155:36–37

Santo Andre (ex-Sagres, ex-Flores, ex-Max, ex-Rickmer Rickmers) (barque), 2:10, 4:12, 5:20, 12:41, 26:29, 28:40, 29:31, 32:21, 37:33, 45:18–20, 45:18–19, 52:23, 52:23, 77:37, 91:12

São José Paquete d’Africa (slave ship), 156:26–29, 156:26

Sapelo Island Research Foundation, 154:35

Sappho (schooner), 8:27, 78:25

Sappho (whaler), 126:28

Sarah (catboat replica), 121:40, 121:40

Sarah (merchant vessel), 99:30

Sarah Elizabeth Banks (ex-Fire King), 135:6

Sarah Maria, 50:19

Sarah Warren (barque), 14:40

Saratoga, Battle of, 98:11

Saratoga (flagship), 148:21, 148:22, 148:23–24

Saratoga, USS (aircraft carrier), 94:21, 92:37, 116:37, 116:37, 118:38–39, 137:12, 138:26, 144:35

Saratoga, USS (training ship), 13:6

last voyage of, 19:36–37, 19:36–37

Sargeant, Charles II, 76:39

Sarsi, USS, 18:60

Sassacus (whaleship), 30:9, 51:5

Satellite, USS, 162:19

Satori, 122:35, 122:36

Satsuma class ships (Japan), 31:9

Saturn (tugboat), 44:35

Saugerties (steamboat), 9:32, 80:27

Saunders, Judson, 10:27, 10:27

Saunders, Richard, 22:39

Sausalito, 150:11

Savage, Henry, 157:19

Savannah (1818, steam/sail hybrid), 9:35, 11:33, 47:6, 62:34, 64:13, 87:14

model, 44:41, 137:45

Savannah (frigate), 103:16

Savannah (nuclear -powered submarine), 98:39

Savannah, NS (nuclear-powered cargo ship), 70:38, 73:4, 84:25, 133:21, 139:9, 141:41

Save America’s Treasures, 136:42

Save Falls of Clyde, 160:48

“Save Historic Wrecks,” 50:11

Save Huntington’s Lighthouse Group, 74:36

Save Ontario Shipwrecks (SOS), 52:10, 153:19

“Save Our History” grant, 121:40

Save Our Seaport (SOS), 135:42, 136:5–6, 136:9, 137:5–6, 146:43

Save our Seas Foundation, 4:35

Save Our Ships Campaign, Inc., 73:35

Save the Falls of Clyde—International, 157:47, 164:53

Save the Wapama Committee, 81:4

Savilco (freighter), 44:42

“Saving the American Schooner,” 4:33–35

“Saving the Last New York City Oyster Barge in Fair Haven, Connecticut,” 107:13

“Saving the Nobska,” 52:39

Savoya (barkentine), 9:28

Sawtelle, Jean, 162:33

Sawtelle, Joseph, 162:33

Sawyer, William D.

“Last of the Libertys,” 35:28

Saxe, Herbert K.

“Sailing Canal Boat General Butler. And Her Survivors,” 52:12–13

“Valcour: An Unlikely Naval Encounter,” 53:29–32

“Say Again? A Look at Nautical Jargon,” 162:36–37

Saxifrage (renamed HMS President; sloop), 12:28

Sayle, Charles F. Sr., 11:30, 34:13, 42:14, 49:25–26, 71:39

“New England Schooners,” 49:35

“Schooner Life,” 42:12–14

SC-48 (convoy), 87:36

Scaffidi, Anthony, 163:21

Scammel (US revenue cutter), 122:27, 153:32, 153:35

“‘Scanning the Foaming Deep Before’: John W. Mason, Shipcarver,” 96:22–25

Scanpenn, SS, 52:3

Scarano, Richard, 119:8, 122:13, 128:11, 161:10

Scarlett O’Hara (yacht), 154:34

Sceptre (yacht), 118:5

Schacht, Harro, 155:26–30, 155:27

Schack, Nina, 41:36

Schaefer, Nancy, 148:18–19

Schaefer, Rudolph J. III “Rudie,” 30:40, 147:7

Schafer, Howard (artist), 97:27

Scharnhorn (steam yacht), 18:46, 33:32, 33:32

Scharnhorst (German battlecruiser), 12:28, 27:8, 64:47, 97:39

Schatz, Norbert, 134:43

Schaut, Jim, 97:13–14

Scheel, Conrad, 22:9

Scheelenkuhlen (tugboat), 25:19

Scheer (German cruiser), 62:15, 66:11

Scheffer, Ulrik, 153:39, 153:39

Schenck (destroyer), 143:27, 143:28

Schenectady (tanker), 11:21

Scherman Zwicker, 32:42

Schertler, Jean

“The Nation Welcomes the Danmark,” 36:22–23

Scheuing, Richard W. “Dick,” 68:6, 69:8, 69:30, 74:6, 74:6, 76:5, 76:5, 76:39, 87:41

“It Looked Like Every Ship in the World Was Coming,” 69:22–23, 69:42

Schlech, Barbara, 14:15

Schlech, Walter F. Jr. “Wally,” 6:1, 35:26, 35:26

Schlecht, Richard (artist), 160:0

Schley, Winfield Scott, 86:19, 121:17, 121:18, 155:32, 155:36–37

Schlossbach, (Lt. Commander), 101:11

Schmidt, Ernie, 76:14

Schmidt, Sue, 90:21

Schneider, Andy “Hollywood,” 90:21

Schneider, Charles, 116:4

Schneider, Michael J.

“The Three Lives of the John W. Brown,” 104:13

“The Schooner American Eagle,” 49:22

“The Schooner Berta Puts to Sea,” 13:13

Schooner Bluenose Foundation, 140:43

Schooner Bowdoin Association, 40:25, 155:40

Schooner Ernestina Commission, 57:39, 97:6, 106:16, 119:40

“Schooner Ernestina: History Under Sail,” 46:22–24

Schooner Ernestina-Morrissey Association, Inc. (SEMA), 149:44, 151:14, 158:44–45, 159:46

Schooner Harvey Gamage Foundation, 78:26, 87:5, 93:38

Schooner Incorporated, 7:12, 12:38, 14:44, 15:50, 20:39, 23:22

“Schooner Life,” 42:12–14

“Schooner Lucerne: Lessons From a Great Lakes Shipwreck,” 106:6–9

“Schooner Roseway: Sailing a New Course in the 21st Century,” 163:22–27

Schooner School, 23:22

“Schooner Sherman Zwicker; Making the Transition from Sail to Power on the Grand Banks,” 150:36–40

“Schooner Struck: Sail Training on the Malcolm Miller,” 45:40–43

“Schooner Sultana: Building an 19th Century Reproduction for the 21st Century,” 107:8–10

Schooner Virginia Project, 101:34, 101:36

“Schooner Wawona,” 106:18

“The Schooner Yacht Coronet,” 89:19–21

schooners, 13:0, 49:13, 89:34–35, 154:45

Biloxi, 45:33

Chebacco, 49:14, 51:5

clipper, 49:11

fore-and-aft vs. square rigged, 1:8–9, 4:5

Fredonia-model, 49:15, 49:30–31

Gloucester, 6:4–6, 49:11–12, 78:14–15

Grand Banks fishing, 150:36–40

Indian-headers, 49:15

lumber, 22:18–19

New England, 49:35

Pacific steam, 83:40–42, 117:28

pinky, 49:14, 49:14, 51:10

prairie, 103:35

racing, 89:39, 92:12–14

sail-assisted schooner barge, 29:31

windjammer, 12:37, 50:5–6

“Schooners, Schooners Everywhere,” 92:12–14

Schooners Foundation, 38:36, 38:38, 44:20, 57:11

“Schooners of the Northwest,” 72:28–29

“Schooners Old and New,” 11:30

Schorpioen (ironclad ramship), 2:33, 12:27, 77:41

Schouten, Willem, 82:6–7

Schrader, Mark, 129:25, 129:25

Schrantz, Ladd, 154:36

Schreiner, Richard, 50:23

Schuenemann, Herman, 46:40–41, 113:22

Schulschiff Deutschland (full-rigged ship), 2:12

Schulte, Matthew, 154:8, 154:8

Schumacher, E. G. (artist), 44:26–27

Schuman, Hans, 29:23

Schutt, (Captain), 61:12

Schuyler, George L., 97:8, 97:9, 143:30–32

Schuyler, Philip, 103:13, 143:30

Schuyler, Robert, 143:30–32

Schwab, Charles, 158:30

Schwemmer, Robert V., 109:4, 109:4

“Oregon’s Mystery Shipwreck—Uncovering Coos Bay’s Historic Past,” 124:11–13

Scibinico, Mark, 160:20, 160:21–22

Scoresby, William, 156:32, 156:33

Scorpion (Foxtrot-class submarine), 80:36

Scorpion (naval cutter), 147:19, 147:20, 147:21

Scorpion, USS, 137:14, 144:15

Scotch Cap (tugboat), 31:57

Scotia (paddler), 90:3

Scott, Andrew, 111:13

Scott, Arden (artist), 122:28–31, 122:29, 128:4

Scott, Gabe, 111:7

Scott, H. F. Morin, 39:33, 53:43

“Aboard a ‘Handy Little Yacht,’”, 56:29

Jolie Brise Wins TransAtlantic Race,” 95:34

“The Loss of the Brig Maria Assumpta,” 85:49–50

“A New Bark Built in 1906,” 48:16–17

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

“Square Riggery,” 52:30–33

Scott, Henry (artist), 29:38

Scott, James Hutchinson, 157:19

Scott, Meredith A., “Saving the Nobska,” 52:39

Scott, Nicole, 63:8, 66:6, 84:35

Scott, Peter, 52:40

Scott, Richard J.

“Ireland’s Last Merchant Sailing Ship,” 60:46–47

Scott, Robert Falcon, 151:11

Discovery expedition, 142:30

Terra Nova expedition, 142:30–31

Scott, Samuel, 12:45

“To the Ends of the Earth: Painting the Polar Landscape,” 125:28–33

Scott, Winfield, 130:14, 137:11, 158:34

Scott Kennedy Gallery, 60:32

Scott Polar Research Institute, 22:36

Scottish Maritime Museum Trust, 31:53

Scott’s Anaconda Plan, 158:34

Scourge, USS (schooner), 8:24, 19:38, 22:26, 22:37–38, 28:34, 138:23

scows, melon (watermelon), 4:23

scrimshaw, 76:28, 77:24–25, 87:26, 87:26, 91:21, 102:23, 128:19, 135:42, 151:42

scrimshaw canes, 31:58

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 25:4, 155:52

Scripps Marine Laboratory, 25:4

sculptors, 162:38–39

scurvy, 150:14

Scylla, HMS, 47:9, 69:13

Scythia (Cunard liner), 65:20

“S • O • S,” 134:26–29

Sea Alarm (ex-Empire Ash; ex-Flying Fulmar) (tugboat), 25:18

sea animals

barnacles, 116:34–35, 159:34, 160:47

blue marlins, 148:48–49

Caribbean monk seals, 137:32–33

Chinese sturgeon, 48:38

Chinook salmon, 139:36–37

cyamids, 160:46–47

dinoflagellates, 125:39

dolphin fish, 119:24–25

flying fish, 132:36–37

Galapagos tortoise, 131:32–33

grampus (Risso’s dolphin), 130:36–37

halibut, 128:40

horseshoe crabs, 143:36–37

Juan Fernández spiny lobster, 134:38–39

sharks, 147:38–39

killer whales, 123:37

krill, 127:37

lobsters, 126:38–39, 155:42–43

shrimp, 156:42–43

marlins, 148:48–49

oarfish, 150:48–49

octopus squid, 157:36–37

Paper Nautilus, 164:46–47

pilot fish, 163:44–45

Portuguese Man-of-War, 122:40

sea cows, 140:34–35

sea crawfish, 134:38–39

sea cucumbers, 117:33

sea jellies, 122:30

sea lions, 159:36–37

sea monsters, 150:24–27

sea otters, 145:40–41

sea snakes, 124:43

sharks, 147:38–39, 164:38–42, 165:5–6

ship “worm” clams, 152:46–47

sperm whales, 123:37, 128:16–20, 129:6

Steller’s sea cow, 140:34–35

swordfish, 153:46–47, 154:42–43

teredo worms (shipworms), 152:46–47, 159:34

whale sharks, 123:37, 144:45

white shrimp, 156:43

white sturgeon, 146:35–37

See also whales

sea birds

albatross, 135:35, 136:36–37

blue-eyed shags, 121:36

brown pelicans, 155:44–45

flightless cormorant, 142:42–43

frigatebirds, 129:28–29

goney birds, 136:36–37

great auks, 151:40–41

parrots, 133:40–41

spectacled cormorant, 141:36–37

See also guano

Sea Bob (ex-Governor Stone) (two-masted Gulf cargo schooner), 165:32

“Sea Canary,” 158:38–40

sea chanteys, 4:42, 5:34, 29:20, 48:39, 51:33, 88:46–47, 145:34, 152:31

Arab, 89:17

festivals, 12:37, 46:42–43

Golden Vanity,” 77:10–2, 78:2–3

of the Great Lakes, 47:26–27

See also music, maritime

sea clocks, 153:13–14, 153:13–14

Sea Cloud (cruise ship), 50:34, 59:37

Sea Cloud II, 155:6

Sea Cloud (square-rigger), 28:4, 53:42, 57:29, 72:10, 117:29

model, 73:18

Sea Cloud (yacht) (ex-Hussar V; ex-Patria; ex-Angelita; ex-Antarna), 2:11, 2:12, 4:18, 16:34, 19:39, 31:3, 38:36–37, 39:6, 89:36–37, 89:36–37, 90:3, 114:3, 131:16–20, 131:16–20, 133:6, 155:6, 165:24

Sea Cloud’s Nine Lives,” 131:16–20

Sea Comber (trawler), 57:30

sea cows, 140:34–35

sea crawfish, 134:38–39

sea cucumbers, 117:33

Sea Day, 4:42

Sea Education Association (SEA), 12:37, 24:29, 46:36, 47:11, 48:31, 69:41, 70:6, 78:4, 80:38–39, 12:37, 152:18, 164:16, 165:9

Sea Education Program, 105:38

Sea Flower, 103:26

Sea Foam, 72:0

Sea Fox (tugbotat), 10:23, 10:23

Sea Goddess (Cunard liner), 95:13

Sea History & the Cause We Serve,” 93:6–7

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

Sea History magazine, 93:6–7, 155:4, 155:13–14

35th anniversary, 125:20–21

new website, 164:4–5

searchable index, 164:4

Sea History Press, 45:35

Sea History’s Guide to Maritime Programs and Cultural Sites––New York Region, 164:4

sea jellies, 122:40

sea language. See nautical jargon

“Sea Letter: Aboard the US Coast Guard Bark Eagle at Sea, June 1980,” 18:8–9

Sea Lion, 42:22–23, 42:22–23, 45:32

Sea Lion (16th century merchant ship replica), 31:58, 37:4, 37:38, 63:36

sea lions, 159:36–37

sea monsters, 150:24–27

Sea Museums Council, 4:1, 125:20, 155:13

“Sea Music at Mystic,” 51:33

Sea Nymph (ex-Molly; now Syrene; brigantine), 8:26, 153:39–40, 159:40

sea otters, 145:40–41

“The Sea People of Exeter,” 33:10–11, 100:34–35

sea rogues, 127:36

Sea Rover (tugboat), 10:23, 10:23

Sea Serpent (clipper ship), 130:17

sea serpents, oarfish, 150:48–49

Sea Shadow (experimental ship), 104:36

sea shanties. See sea chanteys

sea snakes, 124:43

sea songs. See sea chanteys

Sea Sparkle, 125:39

Sea Trek Foundation, 95:36, 95:38

Sea Venture (Jamestown ship), 95:31

Sea Witch (clipper ship), 12:30, 13:19–21, 13:31, 14:7, 14:8, 14:18, 15:4, 30:23, 64:17, 88:11, 89:3, 104:32, 104:33, 105:3, 145:5, 156:8

(pictures), 13:19, 13:20, 88:24, 104:33, 145:5, 163:47

builder’s half-model, 13:21

compared to Great American II, 104:35

sail plan, 13:20

Sea Witch (clipper ship replica), 38:33, 53:42, 163:47

Sea Witch (tugboat), 10:23, 10:23

Sea Wolf (Caribbean monk seal), 137:32–33

Sea Wolf (ex-Siele; renamed Aquamarine), 66:5

Sea Wolf (tugboat), 20:46

“The Sea World of Christopher Blossom,” 82:26–28

Seabird (shipwreck), 56:34–35

Seabird (steamer), 68:14

Seabourn Legend (cruise liner), 80:22

Seabourn liners (Cunard), 95:13

Seabourn Spirit (luxury cruise ship), 127:20

SeaBritain 2005, 109:34

Seaconnet (renamed Welles) (Gloucesterman), 42:12

SEACOR Marine, 161:8

Seafarers International Union, 11:2

seafaring

American, 86:9–13, 87:11–16, 89:9–10, 89:12, 103:8–11

Arabian, 89:14–17

in Boston, MA, 86:10–11

British, 75:13–14, 76:8–10, 80:8–11, 85:8–13, 86:8–9, 89:10, 89:12

British (under James Cook), 83:11–18

Byzantine, 73:12

Chinese 77:17, 84:13–15

Dutch, 82:6–9

Greek merchant marine, 35:4

history of, 90:9–10. See also The Cape Horn Road

Italian, 72:12–13, 77:14–15

Norse, 75:12, 75:14–15, 76:8

Northern European, 76:10–11

Phoenecian, 73:10, 75:12

Polynesian, 29:14–15, 84:11–15

Portuguese, 77:15–17, 78:3, 81:13

Roman, 75:12–13

Spanish, 79:8–11, 79:33, 81:13

Venetian, 75:12–13

“Seafaring Men I Have Known,” 2:29–30

Seahorse (frigate), 104:29

Seahorse (Nelson’s ship), 79:19

Sea-Land Comet, M/V, 121:39

Sea-Land container ships, 16:21, 140:12–13

SL-7, 12:30–31, 13:6, 16:21, 18:45, 18:45, 65:33

Sea-Land Galloway (SL-7), 12:31, 18:45

Sea-Land McClean (SL-7), 18:45

Sea-Land Trade (SL-7), 12:30–31, 13:6, 16:21, 18:45, 18:45, 65:33

“A Seaman Remembers South Street 100 Years Ago,” 28:17–19

Seaman’s Bank Collection, 56:35, 164:11

Seamen’s Act, 121:13

Seamen’s Bank for Savings, 60:32

Seamen’s Church Institute of New York and New Jersey (SCI), 38:35, 63:39, 69:32, 71:35, 99:13, 121:39, 144:24

Navigation and Marine Engineering School, 144:24–27

Seamen’s Monument (Evergreens Cemetery), 144:29

Seamen’s Recognition Day, 35:4, 35:12–13, 36:3

“Seamen’s Recognition Day,” 35:12–13

SEAmester, 107:34, 115:34, 127:41

seaplanes, 35:17, 35:17

Seaport Experience, 7:31

“Discovering Bermuda’s Maritime History,” 95:29

“From Out of the Past: Under Sail in the Caribbean,” 76:20

“Pack Your Seabag and Come Along!” 59:37

Exploring Maritime Sydney, 67:31–33

maritime Britain by Train, 48:10–11

maritime travel in the Netherlands, 63:30–31

New York City, 47:32–33

passenger shipping, 45:45

Provincetown (Cape Cod), 46:32–33

Saybrook, Connecticut, 44:9

waterside inns, 43:35

Of Whaleships and Taverns, 60:34

Seaport Museum, 13:12, 136:8–9, 147:7

“The Search for Longitude and the Prime Meridian,” 66:18–21

“The Search for the Bonhomme Richard,” 12:25–26

“The Search for the Etruscan Wreck of Giglio Island,” 67:16–20

“Search for the Golden Dolphin” (interactive computer adventure), 90:2

“The Search for the Spirit,” 85:36–39

“The Search for the Tall Ships,” 52:46–47

SEARCH, Inc., 164:55

Sears, Henry, 116:22

“Seasoned and Weather-stained: How the Charles W. Morgan Lives at Age 150,” 60:10–12

Seaton, W. B., 35:13

Seatrain Texas, SS, 65:15

Seattle, USS (cruiser), 161:20

Seaver, Jeff (artist), 149:26

Seawanhaka (commuter steamer), 17:37, 144:32

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

Sebastian, James, 63:23

Sebbe Als (Viking ship replica), 4:15–16, 4:15, 5:17, 8:17, 17:28

“The Second Captain: Silas Talbot of USS Constitution,” 81:37–39

Second Seminole War, 152:32–34

Sedov, Oleg, 89:31

Sedov (ex-Magdalene Vinnen; ex-Kommodore Johnsen) (sail training four-masted barque), 2:10, 2:13, 18:61, 26:29–30, 26:29, 52:3, 55:34, 56:29, 56:31, 62:0, 62:28, 63:35, 69:5, 70:23, 75:16, 75:17, 80:3

Seeadler (ex-Pass of Balmaha) (full-rigged ship), 86:4

Seeandbee (Great Lakes steamship), 44:36

Seeburg, Gustav, 35:15

Seefalke (tugboat), 2:31, 25:19

Seeger, Pete, 7:11–12, 37:11, 125:21, 136:8, 147:6–7, 147:6, 154:48, 157:45

letters from, 7:8, 87:2, 100:29

Seeger, Toshi, 157:45

Seele, Sara Lena, 134:43

Seguin (wooden towboat/tugboat), 1:33, 4:35, 5:28, 6:3, 8:14, 8:16, 11:30, 18:42, 25:26–27, 25:18, 25:27

Seguin: She Towed the Henry B. Hyde, the Shenandoah and Our Own Kaiulani to Sea—and Outlived Them All,” 25:26–27

Segwun (lake steamboat), 5:30

Seifert, Betty, 35:7

Seine (British ship), 113:18

Sejaz Feliz (fishing schooner), 12:40, 12:40

Sekstan (barquentine), 3:9

Sekulich, Daniel

“New Libertalia: A Pirate Dream Comes True,” 127:18–21

Seligman, Peter, 157:48, 158:9, 159:8

Seligmann, Philip A., 158:9–10, 157:48, 148;9

Selis (Norwegian antisubmarine trawler), 101:11

Sellers, Steve, 133:44, 133:44

Seminole (Down Easter), 25:37, 30:13

Seminole, USS, 162:19

Semler, Robert C. (artist), 108:36, 160:0

Semmes, USS (destroyer), 68:10, 68:12

Sena (Captain), 9:27, 9:30

Senateur Duhamel, HMS (trawler), 68:10, 68:10, 68:12

Senator (sidewheel steamer), 11:38

Senator Lodge (Fredonia schooner), 49:15

Seneca, USCG cutter, 139:34

sengokubune (Japanese junk), 43:31

Senna, Albertino J., 8:20

Senna, Joseph, 8:20

Sequoia (presidential yacht), 48:31, 161:54

Sequoia (schooner), 22:12

Serapis, HMS (British frigate), 11:31, 12:26, 15:50, 45:26, 86:9, 115:8–10, 115:8, 115:11, 115:11, 115:22

Serçe Liman wreck, 39:8, 39:9, 39:10

Serena (steamer), 13:39

Sergeant Floyd (tugboat), 25:18

Serpa Pinto (schooner), 9:28

Serres, Dominic (artist), 98:0

Servia (steel ship), clipper card, 40:28

Şetan Deresi wreck, 39:9, 68:20

Seute Deern (ex-Pieter A. Koertz, ex-Bandi; ex-Elizabeth Bandi) (barque), 2:14, 2:31, 4:7, 4:34, 4:34, 58:5, 77:37

Seven Seas (ex-Abraham Rydberg; ex–Hawaiian Isles) (four-masted barque), 32:28, 41:2, 93:31, 114:12, 123:14–15, 123:14, 123:15, 124:6

Seven Seas Gallery, 112:35

Seven Seas Spray (British freighter), 54:31

Seventh Virginia re-enactment group, 152:6

Sever, James, 143:6

Severin, Tim, 18:42, 21:29, 66:25–26, 69:37

Severn, HMS, 140:15

Severn Collier (motor barge), 32:41

Sewall, Arthur, 9:20, 9:22, 9:22, 11:26

Sewall, Camilla Ashe, 11:26

Sewall, Edward Robinson, 121:11

Sewall, Emma Kaiulani, 11:26

Sewall, Harold Marsh, 11:26, 91:24, 142:10

Sewall, Joseph, 121:12

Seward, William H., 156:23

Sewell, Samuel, 153:29–30

sextants, 153:14–15

Seymour, Edward H., 125:44–45

Seymour, George, 38:12

Seys, John, 132:13

Sgt. George D. Keathley, USAT (coastal transport), 112:16

Shabab Oman (also Youth of Oman; ex-Captain Scott) (three-masted barquentine), 3:6, 10:29, 15:50, 40:11, 62:25, 80:17

Shackleton, Ernest

Endurance expedition, 142:31–32

Nimrod expedition, 142:30

Shackleton, Keith (artist), 35:38

Shackleton’s Gap, 142:33

Shadboat, 143:4, 143:4

Shadow (renamed Bobby) (sandbagger), 4:21, 36:8–9, 36:8–9, 38:32, 51:39

Shadow (Gloucester schooner), 49:22

Shadow (sloop), 116:21

“Shadow Voyage—Escape of German Liner SS Bremen,” 110:14–17

Shafter, William Rufus, 86:18–19, 155:33

Shah (iron steam frigate), 94:15–16, 94:19

Shakamaxon, 30:9

Shakespeare (packet), 89:10

Shaklee, Kim (artist), 133:32, 153:42

shallop (replica of John Smith’s vessel), 114:36, 114:36, 118:29–30

shampans, 36:25, 36:25

Shamrock (British brig), 139:10, 139:10, 151:24

Shamrock (menhaden boat), 98:17

Shamrock (west country barge), 3:30

Shamrock (yacht), 98:24, 122:21, 122:22, 158:24, 164:26

Shamrock II, 98:24

Shamrock III (schooner), 98:24, 158:24

Shamrock IV, 98:24

Shamrock V (J-class yacht), 40:11, 45:34, 50:35, 53:11, 65:36, 66:31, 72:9, 72:9, 76:37, 98:24, 99:36, 164:25

Shamrock V’s Wild Voyage Home,” 66:31

Shanghai, China, 18:32–34

Shanghai River, 65:0

shanghaiing, 160:29

Shanker, Albert, 99:13

Shannon (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Shannon, HMS (frigate), 85:0, 85:36, 85:37, 107:14, 114:28–29, 114:29, 114:30, 115:3, 136:13, 136:13, 136:14

Shannon, John, 85:49

Shannon, Richard T. “Red,” 55:31, 72:10, 73:18, 155:6, 155:6

Shanty See sea chanteys

shantyboats, 51:15

Shaplen, Robert, 48:38

Shark (Continental row galley), 98:12, 98:13

Shark (fishtug), 75:33

sharks, 147:38–39, 164:41, 165:5–6

basking, 164:41

blue, 164:39

Great White, 164:40, 164:41

hammerhead, 164:41

mako, 164:38

and whaleships, 164:38–42

Sharon (whaleship), 105:15–17

Sharon Virginia (sail-assisted cargo schooner), 25:45

Sharp, Jim, 40:25, 49:16, 95:8, 121:32, 121:33, 146:10, 146:13, 146:13, 155:40, 163:23

Sharp, Peter H., 122:13

sharpshooters, 49:14, 49:14, 49:15

Shaw, Daniel, 98:13

Shaw, Eric John, 155:6, 155:6

Shaw, USS (DD 68), 100:2–3

“‘She Floats!’ The Launch of the Charles W. Morgan,” 144:38–40

Sheffield, HMS (cruiser), 24:3, 27:8, 30:8, 31:2

Sheldon Jackson, SS (Liberty ship), 65:5

Shell Castle Island, 151:22–25

Shellback Association, 72:47

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 115:27, 115:27

Shenandoah (topsail schooner), 3:0, 3:9, 7:11, 20:39, 42:15, 42:15, 54:37, 63:9, 122:10

Shenandoah (topsail schooner replica), 4:17, 4:18, 17:28, 8:18, 12:38, 38:30, 42:25

Shenandoah, CSS, 67:32, 74:21, 120:29, 138:30

Shepard, Richard F., 35:12, 41:17

Sheperton (barque), 15:23

Shepherd King, 49:25

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

Sheridan, Robert E., 9:10–12

Sheridan, USAT, 161:19

Sherman, William T., 156:24–25

Sherman, USAT, 161:19

Sherman Zwicker (Grand Banks fishing schooner), 5:28, 6:6, 24:29, 150:36–40, 150:36–40, 151:6, 151:6, 151:47

“She’s Not a Model T!” 51:13

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

Shieldhall, SS (sludge disposal ship), 48:33, 77:36

Shields, J.E., 22:12

Shilstone, Arthur (artist), 148:42

Shinnecock Lighthouse, 138:19

Shintoku Maru (motorship, former four-masted barquentine), 3:9

Ship Archaeology Museum (Ketelhaven), 63:30

“The Ship as a Museum,” 46:12–15

“The Ship Comes First!” 36:7

“A Ship Fiddler’s Tale,” 145:34–37

“A Ship in the Cellar,” 14:28

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

ship models. See model ships

ship names, 30:8–10

British, 30:8–9, 30:11

Danish, 30:10

German, 30:10

Norwegian, 30:10

US, 30:9–10, 30:11

“The Ship on the Roof of the World: The Yavari Project,” 41:6–8

“Ship Portraits: 150 Years of Ship’s China,” 64:32–33

Ship Press Chappel, 28:32

“The Ship Savers,” 15:13–14

“The Ship Savers: A Report on the Ship Trust Movement,” 19:17

“The Ship That Built a City,” 35:7–8

“The Ship That Ran Against Congress,” 10:41–43

“A Ship to Sail New Trade and Education Routes,” 54:13

Ship Trust, 3:3

Ship Trust Committee, 13:23–25, 13:45, 14:32, 28:29

ship tunnel, 159:44

ship “worm” clams, 152:46–47

shipbuilding, 10:3. See also Mystic Seaport; shipyards; shipwrights

along Rondout, 37:14–15

in Baltimore, 88:30–31

in Canada, 6:4–5

on the Connecticut River, 36:12–16

using copper sheathing, 132:22, 132:23, 132:26, 159:16–17, 159:34

design, 122:38

dry dock, 160:45

in Essex, Massachusetts, 49:14, 51:5, 159:19–20, 159:20, 159:22

history of, 40:6–7

iron vs. steel ships, 133:34–37, 134:5, 135:6

lignum vitae, 119:17, 119:22, 121:6

live oak trees, 114:38, 119:22

in Maine, 23:21

medieval, 48:14–15

Norwegian, 157:22–25

in Philadelphia, 84:23–24, 89:12

replicas of ship’s boats and dugout canoes, 61:19

wooden boats, 51:16, 51:23

during WWI, 158:18–32

shipcarving, 81:27–29

Shipcraft Guild, 10:29

ShipIndex.org, 164:4, 164:5

Shipley, Ian, 90:21

ships

ancient, 72:13–15

ballast (iron bars), 156:27, 156:28

ballast (stones), 157:24, 157:25

barquentines, 122:7

barques, 76:2, 154:45

  1. boats, 154:45

Cape Horn sailing ships, 155:19–20

caravels, 45:15, 45:17, 54:20

cargo vessels, 28:3

Cheops, 38:32, 47:47

china depicting, 64:32–33

Christmas tree ships, 46:40–41, 113:22

cigar ships, 53:43

clipper ships, 12:30–31, 78:2, 88:9–15, 136:26, 154:40

containerships, 12:30–31, 13:6, 16:21, 18:45, 18:45, 65:33, 140:12–13

corvettes, 66:10, 66:10

cutters, 139:34

design of, 122:38

designation of, 155:5

dogs aboard, 110:22

dory trawlers, 49:14, 57:17, 140:46

fjordsteamers, 64:46–47

flag-of-convenience, 77:9

Flying-P Liners, 89:30, 156:17, 156:18, 159:28–29

Greek, 70:39, 72:14–15, 73:10, 73:13

guns on, 156:21

hermaphrodite brigs, 63:5

Hog Islander, 15:5, 52:3

Iberian caravels, 40:7

kraweel replica, 103:37

land ships, 103:35

Legacy ships, 104:2–3

lift vessels, 159:29

masts, 80:3

Mesopotamian, 72:13–14

Minoan, 72:14–15

names of sails, 71:10–12, 155:18–21

oyster barges, 107:12, 116:5

oyster dredges, 48:7–8

Persian, 73:10

pigs aboard, 120:24

postage stamps depicting, 59:30–31

rigging, 42:22–23, 77:34–35, 142:40

Roman, 26:29, 70:39, 73:10–11

runaway vessels, 77:9

sail construction, 52:5

scrapping, 158:13, 158:14–15

ships of the line, 31:8

square riggers vs. fore-and-aft schooners, 1:8–9, 4:5

sub chasers, 66:12, 66:12

tacking, 53:5

tonnage, gross vs. net, 58:10

triremes, 33:14, 33:32, 34:37, 37:36

See also battleships; boats; destroyers; frigates; model ships; sails; shipwrecks; steamships; submarines; whaleships

“Ships Afire At Sea,” 150:28–32

ship’s boys, 153:44

ships’ muskets, 152:7, 153:5

“The Ships of James Edward Buttersworth,” 70:24–26

“The Ships of John Paul Jones,” 12:17–21

“The Ships of San Francisco: Ships Built the City, and Their Heritage Challenges the City Today,” 38:9–11

“Ships of the Irish Diaspora”

“The Dunbrody and the Spirit of Ireland,” 88:21–23

“The Jeanie Johnston: A Dream Rebuilt,” 88:20

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

Ships of the Sea Museum, 83:48

“Ships on the Shore,” research blog, 136:44

ship’s rigger, 142:41

ship’s ropes, 122:8

“The Ships That Brought Us So Far,” 1:34

Ships to be Recycled in the States (STORIS) Act, 149:8, 158:15

ships-in-bottles, 73:5

shipwrecks, 88:38, 111:21, 120:40, 146:40–41, 148:53, 158:47–48

1700s schooner, 22:39–40

  1. J. Goddard, 153:21, 153:21

Acadia (composite-built steamer), 60:39

Adirondack, USS (wwarship), 76:34–35

in the Aegean, 68:18–22

Alabama (Civil War raider), 68:14

Aland Islands, 149:42

America (steel steamer), 47:31

ancient Greek cargo ship, 67:36

Anthony Wayne (side-wheeler), 120:43

Antikythera, 156:51–53

on the Australian coast, 16:19–20

in Baja California, 99:2829

Basque galleon, 109:34

bateaux, 70:39

Bay State, 153:54

Birkenhead, 57:39

in the Black Sea, 159:40–41

Bodekull, 160:53–54

Breadalbane, 22:26

Britannic, 77:40

Bronze Age, 68:20–21, 153:16

Brother Jonathan, 63:20, 90:39

Cairo, USS, 22:41

on Cape Cod, 147:10–11, 147:13

Central America (paddlewheeler), 52:11, 64:26–30, 65:37, 68:16

Cerberus, HMVS (ironclad), 73:36

in the Channel Islands, 78:19–21

Channel wreck, 39:19

City of Hawkinsville (shipwrecked paddlewheeler), 70:39, 138:38

at Coos Bay, 124:11–13

Copenhagen, SS (British steamship), 70:39

Cornelia B. Windiate (three-masted schooner), 121:35

Croatan wreck, 74:36

Cromwellian warship, 81:45

CSS Alabama, 116:24

Culloden, HMS, 8:4, 79:19, 81:38

as cultural resources, 52:8–9

Cumberland, USS (Civil war shipwreck), 9:10, 68:14, 68:33, 72:36, 132:10

De Braak, HMS, 48:38, 85:22

debate over salvage laws, 52:8–10

Denbigh, 85:54

Diana, 72:36

in the East River, 106:37

El Cazador (Spanish ship), 68:36

El Faro, 153:54–55

Endeavour (Cook’s ship), 89:41, 102:38

Erebus, HMS, 149:42, 163:46, 163:46

in ErieQuest, 81:45

Etruria (steel freighter), 136:46

Etruscan, 34:37, 67:16–20

Exmouth, HMS, 100:44

Florida (wooden steamboat), 73:37

Florida, CSS, 68:14, 68:33, 72:36

Florida, USS, 72:36

in the Florida Keys, 39:19

in Florida’s underwater archaeological preserves, 70:39

Forward, 70:39

in the Fourni archipelago, 153:48

at French Frigate Shoals, 125:0

Gelidonya excavation, 8:24, 39:8, 39:10, 68:19

General Butler (sailing canalboat), 52:12–13, 121:42

German U-boat, 70:39–40

Giglio ship, 57:20, 100:39–40

Gledstanes (whaler), 125:14, 125:17, 127:22–26

Glenlyon, 47:30

of the Golden Gate, 33:35

Goldenhorn, 58:38

Grace Dieu, 153:48

in the Gulf of Mexico, 108:38–39, 153:20–21

  1. L. Hunley, 75:33

Hamilton, USS (War of 1812 schooner), 22:26, 28:34

in the Hawaiian Islands (Northwestern), 125:0

Hermes (whaler), 125:16

Hood, HMS, 100:44, 152:48–49

Indianapolis, USS, 161:52, 163:65

in Indonesia, 158:47–48

Islas de Aves, 91:38

of Isle Royale, 47:30–31

Joffre (fishing vessel), 127:45

John Barry (Liberty ship), 52:11

Juneau, USS, 163:54

Kad’yak, 109:36, 117:6

Kas wreck, 46:45

Kate Dale, 124:48

Kublai Khan’s fleet, 23:27

La Belle, 140:43, 140:45

La Salle, 145:48

La Vizcaina (Columbus fleet ship), 99:39

Lady Elgin, 56:34–35

in Lake Champlain, 37:39, 82:36, 94:40, 111:21

in Lake Erie, 94:39, 120:43

in Lake George, 63:18–19, 70:39, 132:47, 140:45

in Lake Huron, 136:45–46

in Lake Michigan, 98:41

in Lake Ontario, 8:24

Lamartine (granite schooner), 140:45, 140:48

Land Tortoise (radeau), 84:57, 89:41

in landfills, 153:22

Lexington, USS, 163:54

Lomellina, 62:37

Lucerne (schooner), 106:6–9

Lusitania, 72:36

Macaw, USS, 113:37

Madraque de Giens, 57:20, 100:39

in Mallows Bay, 149:42

Maple Leaf, 117:6

“Mardi Gras,” 142:24–28

and marine archaeology, 153:16–22

Mary Rose (battleship), 23:6–13, 100:39

Massachusetts, USS (battleship), 70:39

medieval, 153:48

in the Mediterranean, 39:8–10, 84:5

  1. F. Merrich (schooner), 136:46

in the Mississippi River, 62:36–37

Molasses Reef wreck, 61:37

Monitor, USS (Civil War ironclad), 44:33, 68:35, 98:41, 108:24–27, 108:0, 08:39, 116:24–25, 117:6, 153:17, 153:18

Montebello, SS (tanker), 137:40

mystery whaler at French Frigate Shoals, 125:19

Nanhai No. 1, 154:15, 154:15

in New York Harbor, 4:23, 7:24

at Newcomb Hollow Beach, 124:10, 124:14–15

Northwestern (deep water), 153:20

Nuestra Señora de Atocha, 107:23

off the coast of Oman, 161:53

Oosterland, 57:39

Pandora, HMS, 121:25

in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, 125:14–19

Parker (whaler), 106:36, 125:14, 125:18

Pearl (whaleship), 125:15, 125:16

Persian (schooner), 61:39

Pharos of Alexandria, 77:40

plunder of, 15:30–31

in Port Louis Marina (Grenada), 126:44

Portland (steamer), 104:40

protection for, 67:34

Robinson Landing, 163:48

Queen Anne’s Revenge, 96:15, 111:36, 145:52, 145:54, 156:29

Rapid, 142:24–28

Republic, SS (sidewheel steamer), 106:36

Rockaway (two-masted schooner), 77:23

Roman wreck (Devil’s point), 100:39–40

Rosinco (luxury yacht), 98:41

Rouse Simmons (three-masted schooner), 89:4, 120:40

Royal Anne, 69:37

Saginaw, USS (warship), 106:36, 112:11

San Diego (Manila galleon), 68:36

San Pedro (galleon), 48:25, 70:39, 138:36–37, 138:37

Santa Clara, 153:48

Santa Margarita, 107:23

Santa Maria, 149:47

São José Paquete d’Africa (slave ship), 156:26–29, 156:27–28

Scourge, USS (War of 1812 schooner), 22:26, 28:34

Seabird, 56:34–35

in the seaport of Cadiz, 36:32

Serçe Liman, 39:8, 39:9, 39:10

Şeytan Deresi, 39:9, 68:20

of slave ships, 156:26–29

Somers (brig), 75:31–32

Spanish galleon in Pensacola Bay, 68:17, 75:33

in St. Augustine, 163:50, 163:50

in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, 139:26–27, 139:27

Sussex, 104:41

Swedish, 157:44

in Taiwan, 149:47

Tecumseh, USS, 72:36

Terror, HMS, 163:46

Three Brothers, 80:38

Titanic, 116:41, 153:17, 153:20, 153:21

Tulip, USS (Civil War tug and gunboat), 73:37

in Turkey, 36:34, 68:0

Two Brothers, 134:40, 134:40

U-352 (German submarine), 153:22

U-1105 (German submarine), 74:10

Uluburun shipwreck, 68:0, 119:36

Urca de Lima (Spanish galleon), 70:39, 138:36

Vicar of Bray, 162:34–35

Walter B. Allen (schooner), 153:53

Ward, USS, 163:54

Whydah excavation, 51:7, 68:16, 156:29

Winfield Scott, 58:38, 130:14–18

in Wisconsin, 98:41

Wreck MM, 94:40

Yassi Ada, 39:0, 68:20

Yongala (liner), 23:27

Yorktown Shipwreck 44Y088, 53:9

Zuytdorp (Dutch shipwreck), 24:32

“The Shipwrecks of Isle Royale,” 47:30–31

shipwrights, 161:42

shipyards. See also shipbuilding

18th-century, 68:17

Barbour Boatworks, 109:13

Blohm & Voss Shipyard 135:16, 135:22–23

Bollinger Shipyards, 157:13

Brookfield Boatbuilding Institute, 36:35

Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum, 144:35–37

Center for Wooden Boats (Seattle, WA), 17:36, 19:41, 20:40, 23:24, 51:11, 51:23, 75:34, 95:40

Community Boatworks of the Hudson Valley, 138:4

Connecticut River Museum, 50:17, 53:39, 107:2, 133:45, 133:45

Henry B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard, 49:20, 96:16

Hodgdon Brothers Shipyard, 155:39

Howard Shipyard, 74:19

Ingalls Shipbuilding, 160:29

Jeffboat, Inc., 74:19

Landing Boatshop, 29:2, 29:5

Lowell’s Boat Shop, 60:17, 65:36, 65:40, 77:41, 93:25, 159:22, 161:56

Mathis Shipbuilding Company, 144:35

Naval Shipyard (Brooklyn), 65:15–16, 65:16

Percy & Small Shipyard, 1:32–33, 103:37, 155:40

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 76:37

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 1:33, 112:39

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

Stewart Shipyard, 68:17

Sun Shipbuilding Company, 158:30

Superior Shipbuilding Conpamy, 158:28

Thames River Shipyard, 14:44

Washburn & Doughty Shipyard, 124:46

Washington Navy Yard, 156:22–23, 156:24, 156:25

Woodenboat Apprenticeship, 20:39

Shirkey, Robert, 8:23

Shirley Blanche (schooner), 21:32

Shoesmith, James

“Bowdoin: A Model from the Real Thing,” 34:17

Shoesmith, Kenneth (artist), 65:0, 73:0, 73:24–26

Shomette, Donald G.

“Infernal Machines: Submarine and Torpedo Warfare in the War of 1812,” 141:18–22

“Tidal Wave: The Greatest Ship Launch in History,” 158:28–32

Shooting Star (clipper ship), 75:10, 161:44–45

Shore Village Lighthouse Museum, 74:36

Shore Village Museum, 33:34

shore whaling, 2:30

Shorey, William T., 51:5

Short, Dave, 163:24

Short, Philip, 156:53

Shortland, Thomas, 165:19

Shoshone, USNS, 136:38, 136:38

Shovell, Cloudesley, 150:46, 150:46, 153:12

Showboat (yacht), 33:18

Shreve, Henry Miller, 40:35, 44:36, 64:13–14, 74:12

shrimp industry, 156:42–43. See also fishing industry

Shrubb, R. E. Arnold

“What’s In a Name: A Tour Through the Actual Practices of How Warships Get Their Names,” 30:8–10

Shtandart (Russian frigate), 84:44

Shtandart (Russian frigate replica), 84:44–45

Shturman (barquentine), 3:9

Shuldham (tender), 98:8

Sicamous (sternwheel lake steamer), 5:30

Sicard, Montgomery, 112:9

Sicilien, USAT (Army freighter), 101:11, 101:12

side-lever engine, 64:16

Siege of Boston, 123:24–27

Siele (renamed Sea Wolf; renamed Aquamarine), 66:5

Sierra Club, 2:4

Sightseer XII (ex-Argo) (passenger ship), 130:30–33, 130:30, 130:31

“Sign on With Me Said John Paul Jones,” 100:28

Sigsbee, Charles D., 120:33, 120:34, 120:35, 120:35, 144:30

Sigsbee (dredge boat), 86:26

Sigyn (three-masted barque), 2:10, 76:38

Silas Bent, USNS (deep-water survey ship), 149:17

Silas O. Pierce, 37:14, 37:15

Silent Maid, 132:8

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

Sills, David L.

“The Strange Story of the Fouled Anchor,” 96:29–30

Silva, Francis (artist), 37:23

Silva, Frank, 8:20

Silva, Jack, 84:26

Silva, Jose, 8:19

“Silver Clipper” (Barbour inboard runabout), 109:13, 109:13

Silver Heel (log canoe), 32:11, 154:27, 154:27

Silver Star (steamer), 36:16

Silver Sword, 92:2–3

Silversides, USS (submarine), 5:28, 12:28, 73:17

Simkins, Peter

“HMS Belfast: A Fighting Ship Preserved,” 27:8–10

Simmons, Bill, 97:14

Simon Bolivar (Venezuelan sail training barque), 19:35, 22:36, 22:38, 25:53, 28:34, 29:26, 33:33, 38:30, 39:34, 40:11, 42:28, 52:22, 52:22, 54:15, 54:15, 62:21, 63:36, 71:38, 73:32, 94:30, 94:30

Simosi, Aggeliki, 156:53

Simper, Robert

“Old Gaffers Live Forever,” 29:46–47

Simpkins, Talmage E.

“NMHS Projects: A Task That Has To Be Done,” 47:6

Simpson, Asa, 117:24

Simpson, MacKinnon

“Holding Out Hope for the Falls of Clyde,” 123:41–43

“At Home in Hawaii: Falls of Clyde,” 81:34–35

“A Maritime Center for the Hawaiian Islands,” 81:32–33

Simpson, Tucker, 152:51

Simpson, USS (guided missile frigate), 153:56, 153:56

Sims, William Sowden, 31:62, 34:25, 99:8, 99:8, 99:9, 99:10, 106:4–7, 161:20

Singer, Edgar, 158:16–17

Singer’s Secret Service Corps, 158:16–17

Singh, Krit, 161:42

Singing Swan (barge), 34:22

“Sinking Highlights Foreign-flag Abuses,” 77:9

Sinn Fein (Cal 40), 131:29

Sinnott, Jim, 10:23

Sir David Attenborough, RSS (polar research vessel), 155:48–49, 155:49

Sir Edward Hawke (schooner), 14:51

Sir Francis Drake Revived,” 15:25

Sir James Clark Ross (steamer), 32:16

Sir Lancelot, 7:35, 7:35

Sir Walter Scott (screw steamer), 33:32

Sir William Walker (steam coaster), 31:53

Sir Winston Churchill (sail training ship; three-masted topsail schooner), 3:9, 4:11, 4:17, 5:4, 5:15, 5:23, 6:12, 6:29, 17:47, 37:33, 38:36, 44:20, 47:4, 48:17, 57:11, 70:22, 71:40, 95:34

Sirius (barquentine), 3:9

Sirius (schooner), 26:29

Sirius (steamship), 88:13

Sirius (tugboat), 148:34

Sirius, HMS (replica flagship of first Australian migration fleet, full-rigged ship), 12:36, 31:58

Sirius Star (tanker), 127:21, 127:21

Sisley, Alfred (artist), 145:27

Sisters Under Sail, 140:48

Sjoborgin (ex-Frieda; ex-City of Edinburgh; renamed William McCann) (sailing trawler), 19:41, 22:36

Skaregrøm (ex-Castleton; ex-Svalen) (Norwegian full-rigger), 1:12, 2:16, 3:14, 15:41

arrival in England, 3:18–22

Captain Horka’s log, part 1, 1:12–30

Captain Horka’s log, part 2, 2:16–26

Captain Horka’s log, conclusion, 3:14–22

crossing the equator, 2:22–26

dismasted, 3:22, 3:22

photo of the crew, 1:12

voyage around Cape Horn, 1:13–30

“Skaregrøm Log: A journal kept by Captain Archie Horka”

Part 1, 1:12–30

Part 2, 2:16–26

conclusion, 3:14–22

Skärva, 97:23

Skelly, Francis W., 4:43

Skemp, Robert (artist), 16:49, 20:44, 33:37, 48:38

Skenesborough Museum, 53:29

“Sketches from a Voyage to Nova Scotia in the Wianno Senior Whisper,” 51:47–48

Skibar, Robert, 94:5

Skilligolee (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

“Skills Transfer,” 13:28–31

Skinner, Carlton, 131:18

Skinner, John, 140:17

Skinner, Joseph, 164:20–21

Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Gallery (Portsmouth, VA), 121:46, 122:32, 122:32, 125:36, 135:32

Skipjack Norfolk, 57:36

Skipjack Restoration Project, 102:36

skipjacks, 10:26, 102:36, 127:38, 133:5

“The Skipper and the Eagle: The Voyage Begins!” 86:45–47

Skipwith, Rulwar, 153:27

Skolinna (Norwegian submarine), 30:10

Skouras, Spyros, 35:13

“The SL-7: Going the way of the Clipper Ship?” 18:45

“The SL-7L Sea-Land’s Clipper Ship,” 12:30–31

Slackwater Tugboat Company, 10:23

Slaggie Family Foundation, 143:46

Slanche, Shirley, 21:32

Slater, USS (destroyer escort), 65:38, 67:35, 67:35, 73:17, 89:41, 94:21, 114:36, 114:36, 115:18, 116:6, 148:29, 148:51, 148:51, 150:4, 150:4

Slaughter, James, 158:18

Slaughter, John, 158:18

slave trade, 90:9, 132:10–14, 143:48, 148:27, 164:51, 165:22–23

Slave Wrecks Project, 156:27, 156:28

“Slave-ship Wrecked off Cape Town,” 156:26–29

SlaveVoyages.org, 164:51

Sleipner (corvette), 30:10

Slieve Roe, 20:46

Sligo (ex-Prince of Wales) (barquentine re-rigged as three-masted schooner), 101:36

Slippen (Scilly gig), 18:10, 18:10

Slocum, Joshua, 6:2, 8:4, 72:38, 73:20–23, 81:45, 86:18, 91:21, 115:28, 115:28, 125:38

Slocum, Victor, 8:4

Slocum (ferryboat), 14:39, 14:39, 144:31

Slocum Societies, 24:31, 73:23

“Sloop Experiment Leads the Hudson out into the Wider World,” 87:28–32

“Sloop Providence at Yorktown,” 23:28

Slotnick, Howard, 63:35, 85:6, 87:5, 89:31, 89:32, 97:6, 97:6, 99:5, 102:6, 103:5, 103:6, 113:6, 113:6, 117:44, 125:20, 139:8, 141:8, 144:8, 148:39, 148:39, 154:12, 154:15, 155:11, 162:11, 163:10, 164:13, 165:8

Small Craft Curator’s Conference, 48:31. See also Museum Small Craft Association

Small Ships Society (Vancouver), 20:42

Smalls, Robert, 91:28–30, 91:28, 134:47, 134:47

Smalls Lighthouse, 165:34–37, 165:35–37

Smiley, E. Forbes III, 113:37

Smith, Alexander, 42:16

Smith, Angus, 158:19

Smith, Bradford, 85:6, 85:7, 95:28, 107:6, 113:6, 121:8

Smith, C. Fox (poet), 43:4

Smith, Charles P., 17:37

Smith, Christine Parker

Californian’s First Year,” 38:31

“An Incredible Hulk: The Storeship Globe,” 38:20

Smith, David (scrimshander), 46:28, 91:21

Smith, Edgar, 64:14, 64:18

Smith, Gemma, 156:51, 156:51, 156:53

Smith, H. C. Bowen, 115:6

Smith, Jean, 27:28, 52:40, 123:12, 123:12

Smith, John, 162:34

Smith, John (explorer), 25:42, 76:38, 107:28, 111:34, 118:24

commemoration of 400th anniversary, 118:29–30

explorations of Chesapeake Bay, 118:24–28

impact of his voyages, 118:28–29

at Jamestown Colony, 118:24

mermaids sighted by, 68:45

and Pocahontas, 118:32

reenactment of the voyage, 118:30

Smith, John D.

“Sinking Highlights Foreign-flag Abuses,” 77:9

Smith, Jonathan Bacon, 130:41, 130:41

Smith, Joshua, 115:6, 127:41

Smith, Junius, 64:14

Smith, Luther, 36:15

Smith, Melbourne, 30:22–23, 30:22, 53:42, 56:35, 156:8, 163:47, 163:47

“The Baltimore Clipper,” 14:16–18

“Getting Historic Ships Off a Lee Shore: A Better Approach for the 21st Century,” 111:32

“Project Sea Witch,” 13:19–21

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

Smith, Philip Chadwick Foster, 17:35, 99:39

Smith, Samuel, 140:17, 153:30

Smith, Sheli O.

“Ronson Ship,” 28:20–22

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

“The Ship That Built a City,” 35:7–8

Smith, Thomas Harlock, 105:16–17

Smith, Thomas Perrin, 143:11

Smith, Tim Denis, 164:51

Smith, W. Wikoff, 84:26

Smith, Walter, 35:17

Smith, Walter Bedell, 69:12

Smith, William, 111:13

Smith, William Loughton, 153:24–26, 153:26, 153:28

Smith Gallery, 31:23, 35:35, 37:27, 38:29, 40:30, 42:26, 49:29, 52:25

Smith Point. (tugboat), 25:0, 25:46

Smitheman, Gladys Marie, 52:26–29

Smitheman, S. Francis (artist), 52:26–29

Smithsonian Institution/Museum, 92:38, 156:33, 163:36, 163:38

Kaiulani model contest, 1:6–7

National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC), 156:27, 156:29

National Museum of American History, 118:42

National Museum of Natural History, AnthroNotes, 130:44

World War II exhibit, 73:4, 73:8

“The Smithsonian, the US Navy, and Aquatic Avian Excrement,” 163:36–40, 164:6

“SMS Königsberg at Pangani, 1914,” 141:24–28

Smuggler (clipper schooner), 49:14

Smyth, Alexander, 134:12

snagboats, 74:12–13

“Snagboats of the Mississippi,” 74:12–13

Snark (replica of Jack London’s boat), 51:5

Snediker, Quentin, 85:7, 111:2, 121:8, 132:41, 132:41, 133:8, 143:20–21, 143:20, 144:38, 144:40, 159:9

Sniffen, Harold, 1:33, 79:38, 79:38

Snow, Mari Anne

“Sailing for All: Joe Lee and American’s First Public Community Sailing Program,” 130:20–25

Snow, Ralph Lin, 5:22, 5:23, 8:23

Snow Squall (clipper ship), 4:36, 4:37–39, 4:38–39, 7:25, 13:38, 13:40, 13:41, 13:54, 14:33, 18:14, 21:3, 25:42, 25:43, 27:38, 29:30, 31:53, 34:36, 38:16, 38:32, 42:35, 45:34, 46:38, 54:38, 76:36, 162:30

Snow Squall Project, 38:32

Snowberry, HMCS, 66:10

Snowe, Olympia, 96:15

Snowflake (motorship, former topsail schooner), 3:9–10

Snug Harbor, 29:17, 29:18–20, 125:22–25

Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 16:37, 27:38, 28:31, 29:31, 59:23

Snyder, Kim (artist), 142:44

Snyder, USS (destroyer escort), 116:6

“So Close to Home: U-boats in the Gulf of Mexico,” 155:26–30

“So Old a Ship: Twilight of the Arab Dhow,” 154:16–20

“So You want To Be a Deckhand?” 76:16–18

Sobraon (clipper), 32:37, 48:30

Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA), 50:11, 51:6, 51:7

Society for Nautical Research, 48:33

Society for Seamen’s Children, 42:34

“Society for Seamen’s Children,” 42:34

Society for Spritsail Barge Research, 34:22

Society for the History of Discoveries, 48:31

Society for the History of Navy Medicine, 133:44, 158:12

Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, 50:16

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, 105:33

Society for the Preservation of the Historic WWII Contribution of the Workers of the Todd-Bath Iron & South Portland Shipbuilding Corporation, 25:45

Society of Friends (Quakers), 115:12–13

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), 80:39, 115:34, 118:40

Society of Professional Sailing Ship Masters (SPSSM), 130:43–44

Socony 8 (steam tug), 76:13

Socony 14 (tugboat), 44:35

Sofia (schooner), 24:27

Sohar (Arab dhow replica), 18:42, 21:29

Sojourner Truth (Hudson River ferry sloop), 14:46, 18:46, 22:38, 20:42, 23:25, 11:34–35, 37:18, 82:40, 97:18

Solace (hospital ship), 125:45

Solace (pleasure wherry), 31:53

Solander, Daniel Charles, 83:13, 83:14

Solano (schooner), 38:47

solar power, 128:44

Soldwedel, Kipp, 6:13

Solide, 61:32

Solitaire, 121:11

solo sailing, 125:38

Solon Turman, SS, 136:40

Som (barque), 1:14

Somali (British cruiser), 62:15

Somali Marines, 127:21

Somalia, 127:18–21

Sombrero Key Lighthouse, 39:15

“Some Well Loved Scenes,” 25:32–34

Somers, Richard, 76:40, 105:12, 116:11

Somers (brig), 60:17, 75:31–32, 75:31, 75:32, 76:40

Somers, USS (DD-301), 76:40

Somers, USS (DD-381), 76:40

Somers (gunboat), 144:16

Somers (Lake Erie schooner), 76:40

Somerscales, Thomas (artist), 52:25

Somerset, Bobby, 47:8

Somerset (oyster boat), 86:26

Somerset, SAS (ex-HMS Barcross) (boom defense vessel), 57:39

Somerset (schooner, Civil War era), 162:18

Somerset, USS, 127:44

Sommer, Annalise, 129:15

Sommer, Harold, 129:15

Sommers, Anna, 130:6

Sommers, Harold, 130:6

Sonja (galleass), 6:30

Sonja (schooner), 3:13

Sonny (yacht), 164:26

Sonoma, USS (gunboat), 136:28

Sonora (Pacific Mail steamship), 64:27

Sonora (schooner), 61:17, 88:17

Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, 11:35, 43:41

Sons and Daughters of US Merchant Marine Veterans, 35:12

Sons and Daughters of US Merchant Marine Veterans World War 2, 29:2

Sooman, Alma, 8:13

Sophie (brig-sloop), 85:40

Sophie Christenson (four-masted schooner), 22:12, 22:13, 38:45

Sophocles, 102:24

Sopwith, Thomas, 50:34, 50:35, 98:25

Søren Larsen (hermaphrodite brig), 25:43, 32:41, 62:18–19, 62:18–19, 62:20, 95:34, 100:31, 100:31, 100:32–33

Sorensen, David

“The Indomitable Mr. Pepys,” 135:24–27

Sorensen, Peter

“The Art of Naval Miniatures,” 90:32–33

Sorio, Cesare, 129:8, 156:10, 156:12, 156:12, 157:8, 157:8

Sorio, Margherita, 161:10

Sørlandet (Norwegian full-rigged sail training ship), 2:12, 3:13, 4:13, 6:29, 16:34, 20:30, 21:2, 21:29, 21:43, 27:13, 29:26, 32:3, 35:30, 35:31, 37:33, 40:11, 42:28, 70:21, 83:50, 136:9

Sorlien, Peter C.

“ASMA’s Second Annual Exhibition,” 16:45–49

“Fred Freeman: In Pursuit of the Deeper Satisfactions in the Truth,” 27:32–34

“RSMA Exhibition at Mystic Seaport,” 25:36–37

Soryu (Japanese aircraft carrier), 102:11, 102:12

“S.O.S. for the Nantucket Lightship / LV-112,” 126:12–15

Sotero (sailing lighter), 33:11, 100:35

Sotiriou, Alexandros, 156:53

Sotwing (dipping lug), 36:32

Souls at Sea (film), 142:11

Sound Experience, 142:34–35

Sound School, 29:2

Sousa, Henrique Teixeira de, 8:21

Sousa, John, 8:20

Sousa, Manny, 33:33

South African Heritage Resources Agency, 156:27

South African Maritime Museum, 57:36, 57:39

“South Britain Remembers D-Day,” 70:18–19

South Carolina Maritime Foundation (SCMF), 138:47

South Carolina Olympia Committee (SCOC), 144:12–13

South Carolina (US revenue cutter), 153:32–33

South Carolina, USS (battleship), 31:9

South Carolina II (US revenue cutter), 153:33

South Coast (steam schooner), 79:14

South Dakota, USS (battleship), 65:16, 105:27

South Esk (steam drifter), 92:20

South Haven lighthouse, 68:36

South Seaman (whaler), 125:19

South Street, New York City, 6:0, 28:17–19

“South Street Receives a Schooner, 30 Years Ago,” 81:10–11

South Street Seaport, 35:4, 68:36, 69:32, 146:43

South Street Seaport Museum (SSSM; New York), 2:31, 3:13, 4:7, 4:19, 7:32, 13:17, 13:38, 15:51, 17:36, 19:39, 20:17, 21:32, 24:29, 26:9, 33:35, 38:11, 44:36, 49:12, 50:17, 56:34, 56:35, 60:32, 70:14, 72:8, 99:34, 108:38, 114:18, 119:41, 124:8, 136:5–6, 136:8–9, 137:5–6, 144:6, 146:43, 149:7, 155:10–11, 155:12–13, 155:56, 156:13, 156:16, 161:50, 164:11, 164:13. See also Seaport Museum

preserved ships at, 5:29

restoration of Wavertree, 155:22–23

Southampton, USS, 140:28

Southampton Rock, 140:28

Southby-Tailyour, Ewen, 40:2

Southeast Light, 59:33–34

Southern Belle (barque), 93:15, 93:16

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

“Southern Ocean” expedition, 156:30

Southern Ocean Racing Conference, 47:10

Southgate. See Wavertree (ex-Don Ariano N, ex-Southgate) (full-rigged ship)

Southworth, Nathaniel (artist), 150:28, 150:29

sou’westers, 128:40. See also weather; winds

Souza, Peter N, 121:33

Sovereign (ex-Governor Stone) (two-masted Gulf cargo schooner), 165:32

Sovereign of the Seas (clipper), 9:32, 71:12, 155:21

“A Soviet-American Sail,” 57:18

Sow and Pigs Lightship, 89:26

Sowinski, Larry, 64:9

“Battle of the Atlantic,” 66:8–15

“Space Age Technology Takes Us Below Decks Aboard ‘Navy Board’ Ship Models,” 77:18–20

spacecraft

Apollo 11, 109:30, 139:43

Columbia (space shuttle), 144:42

Endeavour (space shuttle), 50:14, 74:4, 83:18, 144:42

Grissom’s Mercury 4 command module, 108:20

space shuttles, 144:42, 160:22

Spadafino, Jessica, 94:5

Spain ‘92 Foundation, 56:20

Spanish American War, 86:16–19

“Spanish and British Sail Meet in the Northwest, 1792,” 61:32–33

Spanish Armada, 47:43, 48:0, 48:4, 48:19, 48:22–25, 81:14

art of, 48:26–29

captain’s report to Philip II, 48:25–26

Spanish galleon shipwreck, 68:17, 75:33

Spanish seafaring, 48:0, 79:8–11, 79:33, 81:13

Spanish-American War, 112:28, 125:42–43, 146:31

Cardenas Bay, Battle of, 157:18–20

rescue of the USS Winslow, 157:16–20

sinking of the Merrimac, 155:32–37

Spark, USS, 149:38–39

Sparre, Peter (artist), 64:31

Sparrow (schooner), 63:22

Spartan (coasting vessel), 26:28

Spartan (Scottish puffer), 48:11

Spartan, HMS (frigate), 139:11

Spartanburg Art Museum, 124:36

Spaulding, Dave, 13:25

Special Places Protection Act (Canada), 52:9

spectacled cormorant, 141:36–37

Spectre, Peter, 36:32

Speed, Frederic, 92:35

Speedy, 30:8

Speelman, Jennifer, 124:38

Spencer (British merchant ship), 142:37

Spencer (US privateer), 139:11

Spencer, USCGC, 66:12, 66:12, 66:15

sperm whales, 123:37, 162:40–41

teeth, 128:16–20, 129:6

Sphene (steamship), 43:27

Spiers, George, 19:8, 19:11, 28:29

Spiess, Fred N., 117:43, 117:43

Spigot (British galley), 81:38

Spike Afrika, 79:26

Spirit of ‘98 (cruise boat), 81:44

Spirit of Adventure, 40:25

“The Spirit of Atlantic Challenge,” 103:30–32

Spirit of Chemainus (brigantine), 39:34

Spirit of Cincinnati (steamboat), 74:18

Spirit of Dana Point (privateer replica), 107:31

Spirit of Detroit Regatta, 22:41

Spirit of Massachusetts (sail training schooner replica), 30:23, 30:34, 33:33, 47:11, 49:29, 49:30–31, 49:30–31, 63:35, 73:33, 89:35, 93:40, 105:38, 107:4, 107:4, 112:37, 112:37, 115:34, 115:34, 116:38, 127:41, 127:41, 127:44–45, 142:50, 147:28, 150:5, 160:12, 165:24

Spirit of New Zealand, 40:25

Spirit of South Carolina (Charleston pilot schooner replica), 97:36, 104:38, 121:44–45, 121:44, 138:47, 138:47, 155:49, 155:49

Spirit of the Times (clipper ship), 8:4

Spirit of Winestead (brigantine), 71:40

Spirit of Wye Town (log canoe), 32:11

Spitfire (gundelo), 53:30

“A Splendor of Ships, People and Their Voyaging,” 41:24–27

Sponagle, Steve, 131:9

sporting art, 148:42–44

“Sporting Art—a New Take on our Love of the Water,” 148:42–44

Sprague, Clifton, 71:15–16, 71:18, 71:18

Sprague, Howard Freeman (artist), 47:38

Sprague (steam-powered towboat), 3:31, 15:53, 39:4, 43:8, 44:36, 67:7

Spray (Slocum’s boat), 73:21–23, 73:21, 73:22, 86:18

Spray (sloop), 6:2, 72:38

Spray (steam trawler), 49:23

Spray (wooden sailboat), 125:39

Spray (yacht), 70:26

Spring, Jennifer

“Tall Ships Challenge Education Center and Programs,” 125:54

“Spring Break Wreck in North Florida,” 163:50

Spring Point Museum, 45:34

Springbird (schooner), 146:19

Sprong, Herman Diedrich, 83:13

Spruance, USS (destroyer), 30:9, 100:18

Spry (trow), 32:41

Spurling, Jack (artist), 20:44, 20:46

Squanto (Native American), 105:25

Square Rigged Services, Ltd., 47:11

“Square Riggers of Zygmunt Choren,” 62:21–22

“Square Riggery,” 52:30–33

squid, octopus, 157:36–37

Squire, Ed, 4:20

“SS American Victory: The Making of a Mariners’ Memorial,” 97:13–14

SS Canadiana Preservation Society, 75:33

“SS Catalina, Mayday,” 106:19

SS Catalina Preservation Association, 95:38

“SS Coamo and SS Borinquen, Twin Sisters of the New York and Porto Rico Steamship Company,” 130:26–29

SS Columbia Project, 119:8, 144:52, 164:50

“SS Columbia To Be Saved!” 149:40–41

SS Great Britain Project, 24:27

“SS John W. Brown: The Ship’s People Speak,” 41:13–14

SS Master Society, 40:23

SS Metero Maritime Museum, 31:57

“SS Nobska,” 108:32

SS United States Conservancy, 127:10, 147:14–16, 154:49, 155:55–56, 156:50, 160:37

SS United States Preservation Society, 74:41

St. Andrews (packet ship), 7:36

St. Augustine, USS (Navy patrol gunboat), 130:31–32, 130:32

St. Augustine Lighthouse Archaeology Maritime Program (LAMP), 163:50

St. Brendan (curragh), 75:13, 75:14

St. Brendan Curragh Racing Association, 25:42

“The St. Brendan Project,” 43:33

St. Brendan Society, 23:23

St. Canute (ex-St. Knudd) (steam tugboat), 2:33, 3:30, 25:18, 33:10, 33:11, 33:13, 100:34, 100:37

St. Cathan, HMS (trawler), 68:12

St. Clair (square rigged ship), 58:34

St. Denys (ex-Northgate Scot) (steam tugboat), 23:21, 25:18

St Fagan (tugboat), 55:11

St. Gabriel (Bering’s ship replica), 61:38

St. George Depot (Staten Island), 86:34

St. George Reef Lighthouse, 63:20–23, 63:20–23

St. Hilda, 60:8

St. John (Hudson River steamboat), 10:6, 74:26

St. Katherine’s Dock (London), 26:28, 43:39

St. Knudd (renamed St. Canute (tugboat), 2:33, 25:18, 33:10, 33:11, 33:13, 100:34, 100:37

St. Lawrence, HMS (schooner), 13:44, 59:26, 80:34, 103:16, 137:14, 138:25, 147:20

St. Lawrence II (Pathfinder brig), 3:10, 3:10, 5:22, 67:34, 67:34, 164:30

St. Lawrence (packet), 99:15

St. Lawrence Seaway Nautical Museum, 81:44

St. Leonard’s Creek

Battle of, 137:14, 137:15, 147:20–21

Second Battle of, 137:14–15

St. Lo (escort carrier), 71:16, 71:17

St. Louis, USS (sailing sloop, Civil War era), 162:16

St. Louis, USS (renamed Tamandare; light cruiser, 1938), 12:29,

St. Louis, USS (Spanish American War era), 125:42

St. Mary (Down Easter), 4:40, 7:25, 9:9, 10:14, 10:17, 10:28, 11:3, 11:28, 11:34, 13:23, 13:38, 13:41, 13:42, 14:32, 14:43, 20:27, 25:43, 39:4, 67:6, 67:6, 152:25

first and last voyage of, 9:6–9, 10:14–17

model, 16:34

St. Mary’s (sloop of war), 57:14

St. Mary’s, USS, 163:38

St. Mary’s River Marine Heritage Centre (SMRM-HC), 163:49

St. Paul (Bering’s ship replica), 61:38

St. Paul (Downeaster), 72:21, 72:22

St. Peter (Bering’s ship replica), 61:38

St. Peter (schooner), 11:35

St. Rafael (cutter), 19:19

St. Roch (Arctic RCMP patrol ship), 5:30, 61:39, 77:37, 81:45, 94:38–39, 98:3

St. Zeno, HMS (trawler), 68:11, 68:12, 69:5

Stacey, Duncan

“‘Fishing for a Living’ at the Vancouver Maritime Museum,” 82:18–19

Stackpole, Edouard A., 68:36–37

“Nantucket and Pitcairn: An Islander Unravels an Island Mystery Half a World Away,” 42:16–17

Stackpole, Matthew, 137:40

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

Stad Amsterdam, 162:45–46, 162:45

Stafford, Mrs. J. W., 83:42

Staffordshire (packet ship), 75:10–11

Stag Hound (clipper), 26:37, 75:8–11, 130:18

Stalin, Josef, 104:8, 104:9, 104:9

Stammers, Michael, 34:36

Stancomb Wills (lifeboat), 142:32

Standish, Myles, 147:10

Stanfield, Clarkson, 12:47

Stanford, Alfred B., 69:8, 69:18

Stanford, Charles E. (artist), 13:54, 20:47, 48:38

Stanford, Joseph M. 72:10, 125:21

“The Amazing Rebirth of the Picton Castle,” 73:40–41

“So You want To Be a Deckhand?” 76:16–18

Stanford, Norma, 29:5, 34:8, 97:6, 125:21, 136:8, 144:9, 152:28–29, 155:10–11, 155:12–13, 155:14, 156:13, 164:13

(pictures), 152:28, 155:14, 156:13, 157:8

Stanford, Norma (author)

“Ambrose With Love,” 54:32

“John White’s Sketches of the New World,” 55:24–27

letter, 100:30

“Looking at Lighthouses,” 63:2426

Stanford, Peter, 4:17, 4:42, 8:22, 13:12, 19:19, 38:16, 54:9, 55:7, 61:36, 68:7, 76:39, 78:4, 81:21, 85:6, 93:5, 95:5, 95:9, 97:6, 120:37, 131:2, 136:8, 142:14, 152:28–29, 155:4, 155:10–16, 156:10, 156:13, 157:8, 163:14, 164:13

(pictures), 4:29, 19:17, 31:55, 55:8, 70:7, 95:5, 96:13, 97:6, 115:6, 117:44, 120:8, 120:37, 124:8, 145:9, 152:28, 155:10, 155:12–14, 155:16, 156:13

Stanford, Peter (author)

“Alan Villiers: ‘Here in the Battered Bark All Men Mattered’“, 32:13

“The American Achievement by Sea,” 103:8–11

“The American Achievement by Sea, Part II; From Two-Ocean Navy to All-Ocean Navy,” 104:6–9

answering a letter, 122:7

“The Art of the Tug,” 76:19

“The Battle of the Atlantic,” 65:11

“The Best Answer is in Wood and Iron,” 20:17

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

“Brooklyn Bridge: Spanning Time & Tide, 1883-1983,” 28:24–27

“The Cape Horn Road Part I,” 70:11–14

“The Cape Horn Road, Part II: How the Sails of the Square-rigged Ship Got Their Names,” 71:10–12, 155:18–21

“The Cape Horn Road, Part III: Mediterranean Origins,” 72:13–15

“The Cape Horn Road, Part IV: Frogs Round a Pond,” 73:9–13

“The Cape Horn Road, Part V: Confronting the Wild Atlantic,” 75:12–15

“The Cape Horn Road, Part VI: Castled Ships in Northern Seas,” 76:8–11

“The Cape Horn Road, Part VII: Portugal Opens the Ocean Doorway to a Wider World,” 77:14–17

“The Cape Horn Road, Part VIII: Columbus Opens the Americas to the World,” 78:8–11

“The Cape Horn Road, Part IX: Spain Charges Ahead—Around the World!” 79:8–11, 79:33

“The Cape Horn Road, Part X: Francis Drake Sails for Freedom,” 80:8–11

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XI: In the Wake of the Golden Hind,” 81:12–15

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XII: The River That Led Around the World,” 82:6–9

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XIII: Captain Cook Offers the World a New Picture of Itself,” 83:11–18

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XIV: How the Races of Mankind Came Together in the Immense Mixing Bowl of the Pacific,” 84:10–15

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XV: Britain Keeps the Sea,” 85:8–13

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XVI: Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean!” 86:8–13

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XVII: America Begins to Change the Atlantic World, Led by a Powerful ‘X’ Factor in New York’s Way of Doing Things,” 87:11–16

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XVIII: The American Clipper Makes Tracks on the Cape Horn Road—Pursued by the Bear Cub of the Ocean-Going Steamship,” 88:9–15

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XIX: Steamships Take Over the North Atlantic, Driving the Sailing Ship into Increasingly Remote Trades,” 89:8–12

“The Cape Horn Road, Part XX: The Voyage is Toward Freedom,” 90:9–12

“The Cape Horn Road, Envoy: A Message to the Future about What These Cape Horn Sailors Did and the Echoing Consequences of Their Sailing,” 92:9–11

“A Celebration of Clippers,” 88:24–26

“Challenging, Beautiful, Noble Ships.,” 72:10

“Columbus Rediscovered: In Quest of Ships for the Voyage,” 54:18–22

“A Critical Supply Line,” 68:8–9

“D-Day: A Defining Moment in a Century of Conflict,” 69:8

“Each With Her Story to Tell,” 42:28–29

Elissa: The Long Sea Career,” 15:9–11

“Francis Drake Sails for Freedom,” 143:14–18

“Fred Freeman: A distinguished artist and historian casts a loving look at life along the banks of the Connecticut River,” 36:28–30

“Greasy Luck for the Charles W. Morgan: A New Idea—Doing Things the Old Way,” 96:16–17

“Historic Ships as World Heritage Sites, a World Ship Trust 2007 Resolution,” 119:34

“How an Ugly Duckling Fought Back and Sank Her Assailant,” 35:22

“How the America’s Cup Became the World’s Most Famous Trophy,” 98:21–25

“How the Tall Ships Sail Today for Our Tomorrows,” 82:10–11

“How We Lost the Kaiiulani—and What We’ve Been Doing About It!,” 71:6

“Humanity After Victory: How Nelson’s Victory at Trafalgar Changed the Course of History,” 112:27–29

“Islands in the Stream of History,” 42:7

“John Noble’s Voyaging Studio,” 33:20–21

“The Last Dreadnought,” 31:7

“Liberty Ships That Made History,” 104:11

“The Living Act: Ship Restoration at Mystic Seaport,” 5:6–11

“Long Island Sound: Introduction to a Storied Seaway,” 50:15–17

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

“The Lordly Hudson: ‘But the Rhine has no Mary Powell!’”, 37:9–11

“‘Mantanhas’: Ernestina’s Work Today,” 49:21

“Mark Myers and West Country Seafaring,” 59:16–21

“Nautical Archaeology: The Real Treasure,” 39:7

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

“A New Morning in South Street,” 136:8–9

“New York Harbor Renaissance: To Revive a Shining Asset of a City Born of the Sea,” 83:32–33

“The Oceanic Mission I: Sea History and the Cause We Serve,” 93:6–7

“The Oceanic Mission II: How Initiatives Bred Up in the Ocean World Led to the End of Slavery,” 97:16–19

“The Oceanic Mission, Part III: Heralds of the Morning,” 99:12–13

“The Oceanic Mission, Part IV: They Said of Winston Churchill, Not Since Francis Drake Had Such a Man Been on the River,” 101:7–9

“Opening the Atlantic World,” 40:6–7

“Operation Sail 1976,” 4:11–13

“‘A Peculiar Note of Romance’: The Heritage of the Hudson River Steamer,” 10:6–8

“The Portuguese Initiative: Breakout into the Ocean World,” 45:12–13

“The Price of Liberty,” 41:12

“The Queens at War,” 95:15–16

“The Quest of the Gloucester Schooner,” 49:11–12

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

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

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

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

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

Rediscovering Columbus Part V: “Under Indian Eyes,” 58:12–14

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

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

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

remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:14

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

“The River Towns,” 36:10–11

“Rivers of America,” 43:6–7

“Romping Across the Unknown Atlantic,” 56:21

“Sail On, Columbus!” 63:12–15

“Samuel Eliot Morison: He Stood for Things Too Important for the World to Lose,” 113:26–30

Sea Forum, 1:8

Sea History & the Cause We Serve,” 93:6–7

“The Sea People of Exeter,” 33:10–11, 100:34–35

“Seamen’s Recognition Day,” 35:12–13

“The Seaport Experience,” 44:9

“Seaport Experience,” 46:32–33

“In the shadow of the Bridge: ‘A Restoration of Spirit,’” 28:29

“The Ship as Museum,” 46:12–15

“Ships of San Francisco, The: Ships Built the City, and Their Heritage Challenges the City Today,” 38:9–11

“Sketches from a Voyage to Nova Scotia in the Wianno Senior Whisper,” 51:47–48

“The SL-7L Sea-Land’s Clipper Ship,” 12:30–31

“Steam & Speed, Part I,” 64:12–19

“Steam and Speed, Part II,” 65:3035

“Summer of 1940: The Little Ships at Dunkirk,” 55:11

“Think in Oceans,” 125:20–21

“Of Time and Tide in New York’s East River,” 13:9–11

“Toward an American Ship Trust—If We’re Serious about Saving our Heritage in Historic Ships,” 117:28–29

“Treasure of Snug Harbor,” 29:17

tribute to Richard Rath, 80:38

“Tugs, Like Old Shoes,” 25:15–17

“USS Constitution: Reaching Out Over the Horizon,” 44:11–13

Wavertree to Windward,” 19:8–12

“‘We Were There to Prove Ourselves,’” 100:19–20

“Why Save Historic Ships?” 110:32–34

“Winning the America’s Cup in 1851,” 97:7–10

“Working Sail: Ten Vessels That Do Real Work Under Sail,” 7:11–13

“The World Ship Trust Established,” 16:9

Stanhope, Henry E., 141:18

Stanley, Frank, 47:39

Stanley, John, 126:16–18

Stanley, Morton, 103:34

Stanley M. Seaman (sailing ship), 161:40

Stanley Norman (skipjack), 127:29, 127:30

Stannard, Bruce

“From Weather Deck to Easel: Oswald Brett’s Sea Paintings,” 140:24–27

Stanton, Edwin M., 156:23

Stanton, Samuel Ward (artist), 9:35, 37:25

Star Clipper (barquentine, 1992), 76:20, 89:38, 105:34, 116:42

Star Clipper cruises, 76:20, 89:38

Star Flyer (four-masted barquentine) 59:32, 59:32, 76:20, 76:20, 89:38

Star I (submersible), 85:21

“The Star is Reborn!” 5:18–19

Star of Alaska. See Balclutha (ex-Pacific Queen; ex-Star of Alaska) (Cape Horn square rigger)

Star of Bengal (windjammer), 14:36

Star of Finland. See Kaiulani (ex-Star of Finland) (barque)

Star of France (1877), 14:36, 64:6

Star of India (ex-Euterpe) (barque), 1:31–32, 2:10, 2:31, 5:1, 5:5, 5:10, 5:28, 7:5, 8:11, 8:13, 8:22, 9:1, 9:4, 10:26, 12:13, 13:31, 13:48, 14:36, 15:53, 21:34, 24:28, 26:21, 27:5, 46:13, 46:15, 62:35, 64:35, 72:12, 75:21, 76:7, 83:51, 90:40, 109:4, 133:35, 136:6, 141:44, 150:6, 152:30, 155:51, 156:46, 157:27, 162:45–46

(pictures), 1:39, 5:0, 5:18, 8:11, 76:29, 79:0, 79:16–17, 91:13, 98:36, 118:0, 118:14–15, 118:41, 120:5, 120:16, 120:17, 148:29, 155:51, 157:27, 161:43

American Ship Trust Award, 79:16–17

at the Maritime Museum of San Diego, 120:16, 120:17, 120:18

ranked as historic ship, 148:29–30

restoration of, 5:18–19

under sail, 118:14–15

Star of Italy, 5:19, 14:36

Star of Lapland (ex-Atlas), 14:36, 52:3

Star of New Zealand (ex-Astral) (four-masted barque), 14:36

Star of Peru (ex-Himalaya; now Bougainville), (screw steamer), 14:36, 23:4, 27:28, 90:3

Star of Poland (ex-Acme), 14:36

Star of Russia, 14:36

Star of Scotland (ex-Kenilworth), 14:36

Star of Shetland (ex-Edward Sewall) (five-masted barque), 13:6, 14:4, 14:36, 28:47, 52:3, 53:43

Star Pilot (ex-Pilot; renamed Highlander Sea) (Gloucester schooner), 79:24, 79:25, 79:26, 93:13, 103:36, 103:36

Star of the West (merchant ship), 162:17

The Star Republic, 15:23, 36:16

Stark, ADM Harold R. “Betty” 84:16, 98:34

Starkey, Noah, 36:16

Starling, HMS, 67:11

Starr, Michael, 128:29

Stars & Stripes (catamaran), 116:23

Stars & Stripes (yacht), 116:23

“Star-Spangled Banner,” 87:15, 88:30, 140:32

State Conference on Waterways, Inc. (SCOW), 41:11, 72:17–18, 80:3

State Maritime Museum (NY), 4:21

State of Maine (oceanographic research vessel), 155:41

State of Maine III (merchant marine schoolship), 13:42

State of Nevada, clipper card (trading card), 40:28

State of Pennsylvania (“Pennsy”) (passenger steamboat), 10:13, 11:9, 13:47, 18:44, 27:38

State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College, 79:4, 81:4, 143:20, 154:32, 163:43

Staten Island ferries, 10:10

Statendam (Holland-America liner), 18:60, 98:33, 144:27

Statsraad Lehmkuhl (ex-Grossherzog Friedrich August) (barque), 2:12, 4:13, 4:18, 5:20, 6:29, 7:25, 13:31, 15:50, 17:43–44, 83:50

Statts-Sekretar Kraetke (German steamer), 52:16

Stavanger, 30:10

Ste. Canute. See St. Canute (ex-St. Knudd) (steam tugboat),

Ste. Claire (steamer), 80:36, 149:40–41, 164:50, 164:50

“Steam and Speed”

Part I, 64:1219

Part II, 65:30–35

steam coasting, 31:53

“Steam Navigation on the Hudson River,” 10:8–11

“Steam Tug Baltimore,” 110:35

steam whistles, 10:29, 27:37

Steamboat Conference, 77:41

steamboats, 134:22–25. See also steamships

early, 64:12–14

of Istanbul, 45:23–25

racing, 43:13, 43:14–16

steam schooners, 47:42

Steamer Alexander Hamilton Society, 9:14

Steamer Columbia Foundation, 81:44

Steamer Virginia V Foundation, 67:35

“Steamship Central America and Her Era,” 64:26–30

Steamship Historical Society of America (SSHSA), 118:38, 119:36, 124:48, 125:49, 126:10, 148:56

Steamshipmen’s Protective Union, 121:11

steamships, 65:30–35, 88:13–14. See also steamboats

fjordsteamers, 64:46–47

menhaden, 2:29

tramp steamers, 28:3, 129:30–36, 130:5, 130:6, 131:3

transAtlantic, 64:14–15

Yukon River, 34:38

“Steamships Take Over the North Atlantic, Driving the Sailing Ship into Increasingly Remote Trades,” 89:8–12

Steedman, Dick, 39:32–33

Steel Rover, SS, 140:11, 140:13

Steel Scientist (steamer), 15:41

Steers, George, 97:8, 97:9, 143:32, 143:32

Steers, James, 143:32

Stefan Batory (ex-Maasdam) (transatlantic liner), 65:22

Steffens, Lincoln, 160:30

Steffy, J. Richard, 35:7, 122:44, 153:18

Steiner, Charles, 63:23

Steinhoff, Ernest, 80:33

Steinhoff, Fritz, 80:33, 142:18

Steinlein, Eric Joslyn, 47:40

Steinlein, Eric Sr., 48:38

Stella (launch), 137:44, 137:44

Stella Maris (tugboat), 160:17, 160:17

Stella Polaris, HMS (trawler), 5:20, 68:12, 75:17

Steller, Georg Wilhelm, 140:34–35, 141:36–37

Steller’s sea cow, 140:34–35

Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (SBNMS), 104:40, 118:38, 127:45, 139:26–27, 140:45, 147:44, 148:36

“Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Celebrates its 20th Anniversary,” 139:26–27

STEM Gains STEAM program, 159:31–32

Stephano (British steamer), 56:44

“Stephen B. Luce and the Federal Act of 1874,” 57:12–14

Stephen Douglas, SS (Liberty ship), 47:5

Stephen F. Austin, 36:16

“Stephen Hopkins,” 41:46

Stephen Hopkins, SS (Liberty ship), 11:21, 29:43, 32:43, 35:22, 35:29, 44:22, 44:36, 46:19, 46:19, 91:32–34, 91:32–33, 92:2

Stephen R. Mallory (renamed Ansel) (clipper ship), 36:37, 136:26–29, 136:27

Stephen R. Mallory, The Southernmost Clipper Ship,” 136:26–29

Stephen Scott (tugboat), 80:21

Stephen Taber (coastal schooner), 5:29, 7:11, 24:29, 30:24–27, 30:24–26, 33:3, 57:17, 60:17, 93:22

Stephen Taber: After 112 Years, She Still Earns Her Way,” 30:24–27

Stephen Whitney, 165:16

Stephens, Dean, 102:34

Stephens, Deyon, 103:5

Stephens, Donald, 103:5, 103:5

Stephens, Karl F.

“Grandfather and the ‘Mystery Ship’”, 90:29–31

Stephens, Olin J. II, 47:8, 47:9, 47:10, 98:25, 115:38, 116:8, 116:8, 116:22, 116:22, 117:8, 117:8, 123:44, 125:50, 131:29, 158:25, 164:26

Stephens, Roderick Jr., 41:38, 47:8, 158:25, 164:26

Stephens, William P., 36:8

Stephenson, Henry, 26:3

Sterett, USS (cruiser), 94:21

Sterling, Peter, “USS Constitution and the American Spirit,” 24:12–14

Sterna (renamed America) (river barge), 20:19

Sterrett, Andrew, 129:18

Stettin (renamed Edgar) (steamer), 93:17

Steven Taber. See Stephen Taber

Stevens (merchant steamer), 4:9

Stevens, Charles R., 69:18

Stevens, Edwin, 97:8, 143:32

Stevens, J. M., 138:14–15

Stevens, John, 10:9

Stevens, John Cox, 97:7–8, 97:8, 98:21–23, 98:25, 143:32, 158:22

Stevens, Robert L., 10:9

Stevens, William Seaford, 93:22

Stevenson, Laura

“OpSail 2000 Baltimore,” 88:32

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 38:32

Stewart, Brian (artist), 145:32

Stewart, Charles, 116:11, 129:17, 141:14–15, 141:14, 150:16–18, 150:16, 151:29

Stewart, John Henry, 121:10

Stewart, Joseph, 101:36, 118:8, 124:48

Stewart, Kenneth, 161:14, 161:14, 164:50

Stewart, Rex (modelmaker), 37:31, 38:3

Stewart, Robert (Viscount Castlereagh), 145:14–15, 145:15

Stewart, W. R., 76:38

Stewart, USS (destroyer escort), 5:30, 12:28, 73:17, 116:6, 116:6, 118:5–6, 118:6

Stewart Shipyard, 68:17

Sticker, Robert (artist), 6:16, 16:45, 20:47, 43:27, 69:28–29

Stidham, Mike (artist), 148:43

Stier (German armed raider), 11:21, 32:43, 35:22, 44:36, 91:32–34, 91:33–34

Stiletto (Gloucester schooner), 49:24, 49:25

Still, William Jr.

“Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology,” 116:24–25

Still, William N., 153:19

Stille, William D. (artist), 21:37

Stillman, Kurt, 72:20

Stimson (log boom tug schooner), 22:41

Stindt, Frederick, 14:37, 14:37

Stine, Al (artist), 97:27

Stirling (harbor oiler), 4:43

Stiverson, Gregory A.

“The Maryland Federalist and the Constitution,” 44:28

Stobart, John (artist), 6:15, 8:3, 8:30, 11:36–38, 15:0, 26:10, 31:23, 33:37, 36:0, 38:0, 38:29, 43:0, 53:26, 67:0, 67:26–30, 69:33, 75:21, 87:0, 95:0, 97:28, 100:0, 123:0, 123:4, 123:28–32, 123:48, 124:5, 124:8, 157:8, 157:15, 159:3032, 159:30, 161:31

Stobart, John (author)

“The Watercolors of Bert Wright, RSMA,” 42:24–25

Stocker, Margaret, 103:6

Stockholm (passenger liner), 156:8

Stockholm, MS, 122:35

Stodder, David, 128:12–15

Stoddert, Benjamin, 153:33, 153:34

Stoll, John, 83:40

Stoltenberg, Donald (artist), 30:21, 62:30

Stone, Herbert L., 47:9

Stone Fleet, 158:34–35

“Stone Fleet,” 158:35

“The Stone Fleet” (Melville), 158:36

Stonegate (British freighter), 159:12

Storck, William Penniman (artist), 150:0, 150:44

Storis, USCG (cutter), 75:2, 150:56, 158:14–15

STORIS Act, 150:56, 152:26, 155:24, 157:27, 161:17

Storis’s Legacy: How a Decommissioned Ship Inspired a Movement,” 158:14–15

Storm King (slave ship), 132:12

storm petrels, 118:34–35

Stormie Seas (caique), 18:24–25, 18:24–25

Stormie Seas: An Unfinished Saga,” 18:24–25

Stormvogel (ketch), 47:9

“Stormy Past—Bright Future: The Story of Merchant Marine Officer Education, 10:19–20

Stormy Petrel (smack), 35:37

Stormy Weather (schooner yacht), 47:9

Stornaway/Stornoway (British clipper ship), 4:30, 15:13

Story, Dana, 34:13, 131:13

Story, Fred, 131:8, 131:11

Stosz, Sandra L., 134:44, 134:44, 144:46, 144:46

Stothart, Matthew (scrimshander), 102:23

Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Nina, 148:18–19

“The Straits of Florida: Where Oceanography Makes History,” 107:22–25

Strandberg, Charley, 131:9, 131:11

“Strange Story of the Fouled Anchor,” 96:29–30

Stranger (Cape Verde schooner), 9:30

Strathdene (British steamer), 56:44

Strathmore (barque), 9:3, 9:3

Strawbery Banke (Portsmouth, NH), 21:30

Streibert, Marshall, 85:6, 113:8

Stricker, John, 140:17

Strickland, Peter, 114:32–35

Stromboli, 30:8

Strong, Elena, 163:13

Strong, Ray (artist), 128:25

Stuart, Gilbert (artist), 137:0

Stuart Royal Yacht Replica, 57:39

“The Stuff of Dreams,” 70:16–17

Stumholmen, 97:23

Sturgis, William, 87:12–13

Sturgis, SS (ex-Charles H. Cugle) (Liberty ship), 11:22, 34:37

Sturm, Gerard, 119:36

Sturm, Robert, 147:16, 160:36–38, 160:36

sub chasers, 66:12, 66:12

Sub Marine Explorer (submarine), 165:44–45

subarctic air bases, 101:10–13

“A Sublime Satisfaction,” 7:34–36

Submarine Force Museum and Library, 92:38

Submarine Memorial Association, 77:36

submarines, 9:15, 22:0, 148:29. See also German U-boats

Japanese mini, 163:8, 163:8

midget, 12:28, 13:6

naming, 30:10

in the war of 1812, 141:18–22

Virginia-class, 147:42–43

submarines by name

Alvin (submersible), 153:47, 164:11, 164:55

B-39 (Soviet), 120:17, 120:19, 120:19

Buffalo, USS, 165:42–43

CSS American Diver, 158:17

American Turtle, 25:47, 36:14

American Turtle (reproduction), 36:19

Batfish, 5:29, 12:28, 73:17

Becuna, 5:29, 6:30, 12:28, 71:36, 73:17, 84:25

Blueback, 64:37

Bremen, 55:44, 55:45

Bremerton, 162:26

Cavalla, 5:30, 12:28, 73:17, 118:5–6, 118:6

Charlotte, 117:30

Clamagore, 133:21

Cobia, 5:30, 12:28, 40:35, 73:17, 81:44, 115:14, 115:16, 115:16, 163:13

Cod, 12:28, 73:17, 148:29

Croaker, 12:28, 73:17

Deutschland, 161:39

Drum, 5:28, 12:28, 73:17

Fenian Ram, 12:28, 95:19

Francis Scott Key, 30:10

George Washington, 80:33

Growler, 92:38, 117:41

Grunion, 117:41–42

CSS H. L. Hunley, 74:8, 75:33, 79:37, 94:40, 95:18, 95:18, 99:39, 103:10, 107:36, 136:42, 136:42, 158:17–21, 158:16, 158:21, 156:9, 156:25

HA-19, 163:8, 163:8

Holland I, 24:27, 95:18–19, 100:42, 104:41, 104:41

Holland VI, 95:19, 95:19

HU-75 (midget), 12:28

I-52 (Japanese), 76:36

Intelligent Whale, 12:28

Juliett 484, 103:36, 116:37, 116:37

Kamehameha, 30:10

Kete, 22:23

L8, 90:29–30

Le Redoutable, 96:35, 96:35

Ling, 5:29, 12:28, 77:36

Lionfish, 5:29, 12:28, 73:17, 94:20

Marlin (midget), 12:28

Narwhal, 107:36

Nathan Hale, 30:10

Nautilus, 19:38, 27:34, 30:10, 59:33, 95:19, 100:42, 123:46

Pampanito, 5:28, 12:28, 38:11, 65:38, 73:17, 89:41, 99:36

Patrick Henry, 35:26

Perch, 158:48

CSS Pioneer, 12:28, 158:16

Pisces II, 100:46

Plunger, 95:19

Pollack, 144:35

Razorback, 158:5, 158:5

Robert E. Lee, 30:10

Roncador, 12:28

S-5, 158:31

Savannah, 98:39

Scorpion, 80:36

Silversides, 5:28, 12:28, 73:17

Skolinna, 30:10

Sub Marine Explorer, 165:44–45

Thomas Edison, 30:10

Thomas Jefferson, 30:10

Tilefish, 35:26

Torsk, 5:29, 7:31, 12:28, 19:39, 73:17, 73:36, 88:31

Tradewind, 38:5

Turtle, 103:33

USS-X1 (midget), 100:42, 100:42

Utvaer, 30:10

Submerged Heritage Preserves (New York), 70:39

Submerged Resources Center (National Parks Service), 153:20

Suez Canal, 64:18, 129:35, 129:36, 147:12, 152:52

Suffolk Marine Museum, 14:44, 15:50, 21:31–32, 24:29, 50:17

Suffolk Maritime Museum, 7:32

Sugden, Becky, 63:35

Sugg, Philip

“A Unique Vision of the Sea on Film,” 32:26

Suhali (wooden sailboat), 105:37, 125:39

Sullivan, Al, 163:54, 163:54

Sullivan, Frank, 163:54, 163:54

Sullivan, George, 163:54, 163:54

Sullivan, Joe, 163:54, 163:54

Sullivan, Matt, 163:54, 163:54

Sullivan, Timothy J., 117:38, 156:50

Sullivan engine, 77:2

Sully, Thomas (artist), 15:56

Sultan (steamer), 67:47

Sultana (schooner), 90:40, 98:36, 98:36, 107:4, 107:6, 107:810, 107:8–10, 119:39, 119:39, 160:48, 160:48

Sultana (schooner reproduction), 122:18, 122:19, 147:28, 160:48, 160:48

Sultana (sidewheel steamboat), 92:33–35, 92:33

Sultana Projects, Inc., 107:6, 107:10, 119:39

Sumerian sailing vessels, 72:14

“Summer of 1940: Britain Stands Alone in World War II,” 56:12

“Summer of 1940: The Little Ships at Dunkirk,” 55:10

“Summer-North Atlantic,” 6:34–38

Summers, John, 121:8

“The Schooner Yacht Coronet,” 89:19–21

“Taking the Measure of Coronet,” 97:33

Summertime (pinky schooner), 51:11

Sumner, USS (hydrographic vessel), 49:9

Sumrall, Robert, 31:43

Sumter, CSS, 120:27

Sun Shipbuilding Company, 158:30

Sunbeam (barque), 29:47, 126:28, 126:31, 150:28, 150:30–32

Sunbeam II (ex-Flying Clipper; renamed Eugene Eugenides) (three-masted topsail schooner), 3:6, 37:33

Sundberg, Göte

“Gustaf Erikson: King of the Sailing Ships,” 93:15–18

Sunderland, Abby, 129:5

Sunderland, Zac, 128:38, 129:5

Sundowner (ex-Marjorie & Dorothy) (Gloucester schooner), 6:6

Sundowner (motor yacht), 51:37, 54:38, 54:38, 55:12

Sunfish (whaler), 115:12

Sunshine (steamer), 36:16

SUNY Maritime College, 123:47, 157:27

Suomen Joutsen (ex-Laennec; ex-Oldenburg), 2:10, 2:11, 16:17

Superior (sloop), 50:17

Superior Shipbuilding Company, 158:28

“Superstitions of Fishermen,” 101:28–30

Supply, HMS (replica sloop), 12:36

Supply, USNS (transport ship), 112:17

Supreme Allied Commander (COSSAC), 69:10, 69:12

Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), 69:12, 69:18

Surcouf, 30:10

Surgent, George, 51:19

Surprise (frigate), 85:40

Surprise (steam schooner), 79:14

Surprise, “HMS”. See Rose, “HMS” (aka HMS Surprise) (frigate reproduction)

Surveillante, 132:23

Surveyor (US revenue cutter), 139:0, 139:12–13, 139:12, 141:31

Susan (British merchantman), 150:16

Susan Constant (Jamestown ship), 14:23, 17:28, 121:4, 131:36

Susan Constant (Jamestown ship replica), 7:31, 8:17, 11:35, 14:23, 17:25, 17:28, 57:36, 58:37–38, 59:10, 68:30, 68:30, 76:22, 76:22, 77:41, 119:19, 119:19, 120:36, 157:14, 157:14

Susan II (Bahamian fishing sloop), 39:19, 39:19

Susan Vittery (renamed Brooklands) (topsail schooner), 60:46–47

Susanna (German sailing ship), 58:46–47, 58:47

Susinno, Mark (artist), 148:43

Susquehanna (four-masted barque), 121:12

Susquehanna, USS (CTF ship), 161:21, 161:22

Sussex, 104:41

Sutherland, Benjamin, 122:10, 122:11

Sutil (Spanish schooner), 61:33

Sutton, USS, 142:18

Suwanee, USS (aircraft carrier), 71:16

Suys, Bill Jr. (artist), 67:28–29

Suzanne Vinnen (ex-Patria; renamed Piombino) (motorship, former five-masted topsail schooner), 3:9

Svalen. See Skaregrom (ex-Castleton; ex-Svalen) (Norwegian full-rigger)

Svanen (three-masted schooner), 3:31

Svenson, John, 160:22

Swain, John, 160:48

Swain, Robert L.

“How Lowly Archers Won the Naval Battle that Launched the Hundred Years’ War,” 101:20–22

Swallow (clipper-bow fantail steamer), 6:3

Swallow, HMS, 42:16

Swan, Mary, 64:27

Swan, Sam, 64:27

Swan (Drake’s ship), 80:10, 81:45

Swan fan Makkum (brigantine), 69:5

Swanella (stern-trawler), 34:37

Swanson, Albert A., 5:22, 29:5, 76:40, 76:40

Swanson, Eric, 9:5

Swanson, Shirley H., remembrance of Karl Kortum, 80:15

Swanwich, John, 153:28

Swanzey, Gregg, 97:6

Sweall, Arthur, 91:24

Swedish Coast Guard, 139:31

Swedish National Maritime Museums, 153:4

Sweeney, J. Gray

“In the Landlocked Heart of Our America,” 47:35–37

Sweepstakes, HMS, 20:46–47, 20:47

Swift, James V.

“The Greatest Race of All,” 43:13

Swift (replica privateer), 8:17, 10:26

Swift (topsail schooner), 3:10

Swift of Ipswich,” 81:24–25

Swift of Ipswich (square topsail schooner), 79:24, 79:25, 81:24–25, 94:37, 95:21

Swiftsure (lightship), 95:40, 100:42

Swile (Gloucester schooner), 6:5

Switzer, David, 34:36

swordfish, 153:46–47

art from swordfish bills, 154:42–43

Sybil (yacht), 70:26

Sydney, HMAS (light cruiser), 91:34

Sydney Cove Waterfront Museum, 2:27–28

Sydney Heritage Fleet, 94:37

Sydney Maritime Museum, 80:36, 83:25, 83:26–27

Sykes, Ellen I., 117:44, 117:44

Sylph, HMS, 141:22, 149:32

Sylphide (Russian brig), 75:10

Sylvester F. Whalen (Gloucester dragger), 6:3

Sylvia W. Beal (schooner), 21:30

Sylvie DeGrasse (packet ship), 36:15

“The Symbolic Significance of Shipcarving,” 81:27–29

Symposium on Southern New England Maritime History, third annual, 29:31

Syren (privateer schooner), 153:34

Syren (whaler), 127:23

Syrene (ex-Molly; ex-Sea Nymph; brigantine), 8:26, 153:39–40, 159:40