Scale model of the famous English three-masted galleon that sailed for America in 1620.
This boat was built at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco and was given the nickname “Monterey”. The immigrant Italian or Sicilian craftsman in San Francisco Bay, patterned the “Monterey” after the Mediterranean Lateen Felucca, with modifications to accept a gas engine, so this is a true California, USA creation!
Hoga was a United States Navy Woban-class district harbor tug named after the Sioux Indian word for "fish." After World War II, the tug was known as Port of Oakland and then City of Oakland when she was a fireboat in that city.
Nordlandsbåder is a type of Viking ship, from Northern Norway, dates from the 17th Century. As a fishing boat it saw its most popular days from the 18th Century until the appearance of engine-driven fishing boats