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Dreadnought
[DRE-0480]

by Antique Ship Paintings



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Designed by:
Currier & Townsend
 Length:
212'
Built for:
Ogden, Morgan & Cutting
 Displacement:
1413 tons
Built at:
Newburyport, MA
 Type:
Three-masted clipper
Launch Date:
1853
 Cargo:
Corn, cotton, bacon

 

The Dreadnought was known as "The Wild Boat of the Atlantic". Launched in 1853, she was a clipper of the Red Cross Line which set many transatlantic speed records. She sailed in the Atlantic and China trade before going down rounding Cape Horn in 1869.

In this image, the brush of artist Efren Erese captures this fine ship in her glory.