Lady Maryland

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Lady Maryland Chester River MD2.jpg
The Lady Maryland on the Chester River, Maryland in 2013
Career
Name:Lady Maryland
Owner:Living Classrooms Foundation
Builder:Lady Maryland Foundation[1]
Laid down:1985
Launched:1986
Homeport:Norfolk, Virginia[1]
Identification:Call sign: WTV4008
USCG Doc. No.: 903524
Status:In active service
General characteristics
Type:Pungy / topsail schooner
Tonnage:82 tons[2]
Length:104 ft (32 m) overall[2]
Beam:22 ft (6.7 m)[2]
Height:85 ft (26 m)[2]
Draft:7 ft (2.1 m)[2]
Installed power:2 × 85 horsepower (63 kW) Cummins diesel engines
Propulsion:Sails / inboard engine
Sail plan:Topsail schooner (jib, foresail, mainsail, topsail)
(2,994 square feet (278.2 m2))
 
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Lady Maryland Chester River MD2.jpg
The Lady Maryland on the Chester River, Maryland in 2013
Career
Name:Lady Maryland
Owner:Living Classrooms Foundation
Builder:Lady Maryland Foundation[1]
Laid down:1985
Launched:1986
Homeport:Norfolk, Virginia[1]
Identification:Call sign: WTV4008
USCG Doc. No.: 903524
Status:In active service
General characteristics
Type:Pungy / topsail schooner
Tonnage:82 tons[2]
Length:104 ft (32 m) overall[2]
Beam:22 ft (6.7 m)[2]
Height:85 ft (26 m)[2]
Draft:7 ft (2.1 m)[2]
Installed power:2 × 85 horsepower (63 kW) Cummins diesel engines
Propulsion:Sails / inboard engine
Sail plan:Topsail schooner (jib, foresail, mainsail, topsail)
(2,994 square feet (278.2 m2))

Lady Maryland is a 104-foot (32 m) gaff-rigged, wood-hulled pungy topsail schooner. She is owned and operated by the Baltimore-based Living Classrooms Foundation and is used as an educational vessel.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Coast Guard Vessel Documentation". NOAA Fisheries, Office of Science and Technology. Retrieved March 25, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Lady Maryland". Living Classrooms Foundation. Retrieved March 25, 2012. 

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