Stag (barque)

"Stag" was an barque built in Nova Scotia which was renowned for her speed. Designed by a pioneering Canadian naval architect named Ebenezer Mosley, "Stag" was built with a dramatic "Aberdeen bow". Considered an Atlantic Canadian example of a Clipper Ship, she was famous for several fast passages, despite her small size, and was painted by the famous Nova Scotian ship portrait artist John O'Brien.

References

*"Sailing Ships of the Maritime" Charles Armour and Thomas Lackey (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975)

External Links

* [http://www.atlantictallships.ca/gallery.php?action=display&OutputType=Ships&ID=158&lang=e Tall Ships of Atlantic Canada – Registry Information]
* [http://www.atlantictallships.ca/gallery.php?action=display&ID=831&OutputType=PortraitsByArtist&lang=e Tall Ships of Atlantic Canada – Ship Portrait]
* [http://daryl.chin.gc.ca:8000/SEARCH/BASIS/vessel/public/vessel/DDW?W%3DNAME+%3D+%27Stag%27+AND+RIG+%3D+%27barque%27+ORDER+BY+NAME/Ascend%26M%3D1%26K%3D1566%26R%3DY%26U%3D1 Parks Canada Ship Information Database - Registry Information]


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