Saturday, April 1, 2017

Combining Nautical and Aviation Decor Elements

Sunday, March 26, 2017

 Nautical Decor fof Home and Office

Nautical Decor Ideas for Home and Office

HMS Surprise  Tall Ship source 

 USS Constitution Old Ironsides

USS Constitution Tall Ship Model 

Maritime Style Decorating with Nautical Decor

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Nautical Decorative Items in Rustic Interior Design image source
Decorating idea for a beach house, nautical interior never goes out of style,  it's always trending and brings warm feelings of a summer.

Bring character and adventure into your home with ship models, decorative wooden oars and ship wheels.

Nautical Decorating Idea

Dalfina Sailboat Model Nautical Wall Decor

Decorating With Model Ships 

Adding Nautical Decor Elements to Interior Design

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Coastal Interior with Nautical Decor Elements source 

Wooden Oars and Lanterns are Wonderful Elements to Complete Coastal Interior source 

Bring a touch of elegance and beauty with coastal decor elements decorative wooden oars and paddles 

Decorative Wooden Oars and Decorating Ideas

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Nautical Decor and Decorating Ideas

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Jolie Brise , gaff-rigged Pilot Cutter, 1913 Photo by Roger McCallum

Yacht Endeavour  photo by Michael Kahn  

America’s Cup Yacht “Reliance” 

America’s Cup Yacht “Reliance” Sailboat Model 

Launch of  Endeavour

  America's Cup "Endeavour" Wooden Sailboat Model

Racing Intrepid source sparkman and stephens

One description has been repeatedly used to describe the 12-meter racing yacht INTREPID: a breakthrough yacht. Built to the Third International Rule, US22 was constructed of wood and launched in 1967. She successfully defended the America's Cup in both 1967 and 1970. Her extensive tank test program at the Davidson Laboratory at the Stevens Institute in Hoboken, New Jersey, included 8 models, 35 modifications and 18-months of work. Intrepid was the first 12-meter to use a separate keel (with trim tab) and rudder successfully. Her knuckle bow was an innovation as was the placement of much of her deck gear (and crew) below decks, lowering her center of gravity, but also allowing the boom to be lowered dramatically whcih would greatly reduce the induced drag created at the foot of the main sail. With such radical improvements, INTREPID completely dominated 12-meter racing, until the arrival of COURAGEOUS.

Model No: 1834
LOA: 64ft / 19.51m
LWL: 48ft / 14.63m
Beam: 12.25ft / 3.73m
Draft(Dwn): 9ft / 2.74m
Build Year: 1965
Builder: Minneford Yacht Yard

Shamrock V 1930 image source 

Historic Boats and Miniature Models

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Nautical Wall Decor Ideas