Tag Archives: Quebec

The Dunbrody

The Dunbrody ~ Waterford, Ireland ~ This three-masted tall ship in barque style was built in Quebec around 1845 by Thomas Hamilton for the Graves family – merchants from New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. The ship originated as a cargo vessel … Continue reading

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Jeanie Johnston

Jeanie JohnstonDublin, Ireland One of Ireland’s most famous ships is the Jeanie Johnston which is moored off the Custom House Quay in Dublin along the River Liffey. It is a replica of the three masted barque that was originally built … Continue reading

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