Famous America’s Cup J Class William Fife Sailing

  William Fife Yacht Model    William Fife Sailing William Fife III (1857-1944), was the third generation of a family of Scottish yacht designers and builders. Fife was born in a small village which operated the family business from their yard on the beach in the village.   Even though Fife was born in to...

Get creative, using wooden oar to decorate.

  WOODEN OARS CAN BE USED IN MANY WAYS TO DECORATE Using Oars in the Bedroom, Over a Head Board Use it as a hangers Oars accentuate windows very nicely! Use Oars Sparingly Almost any Place. Beach House Decoration ASSORTED WOODEN OARS to complete your project.

Tall Ships

    Via Jean-Marie Duchesnes    Christian Radich    Found on spgent.tumblr.com Lady Washington Tall Ship Historical Note: The original Lady Washington was a 90 ton merchant sloop that participated in the fur and pelt trade with the coastal Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest as well as tea and porcelain across the Pacific in China....

Porthole Mirror Decorating Idea

Porthole Mirror Bronzed porthole mirror adds sophistication, style, and charm for those looking to enhance rooms with a nautical theme.

USCG Tall Ship “Eagle”

United States Coast Guard Eagle Model Ship    The Eagle, by a Different Name, is Born in Germany:  As one of three sailing training ships, built in pre-World War II Germany, the USCG Eagle began her legendary career at sea as the SSS Horst Wessel. Designed by John Stanley as a Gorch Fock class cutter,...

J Class America’s Cup “Ranger’

Legendary Sailboat Model "Ranger"  The J-class yacht Ranger won the 1937 America's Cup, defeating 4-0 the Endeavour II of Britain, raced at Newport, Rhode Island. It would be the last time huge J-class yachts would race in the America's Cup. Construction Harold Stirling Vanderbilt funded construction of the Ranger, and it launched on May 11,...

Yacht ” America”

  Sailing Schooner "America" model replica Source Wikipedia The America was a 19th century racing yacht, designed by George Steers for Commodore John Cox Stevens and is also a syndicate from the New York Yacht Club.  On August 22, 1851, this schooner became infamous after winning by 8 minutes over the Royal Yacht Squadron’s “One...

Decorating With Sailboat Models

  Sailboat Models is the most preferred choice of decorators,  as ship models catch the fancy of almost everyone. Whether at home or in office, exact replicas of famous ships like, USS Constitution, or America’s Cup Model can sit pretty proudly on the cupboard racks, mounted on the wall, above a fire place, office table, or even on a window sill. You can have...