Product images of A Royal yacht, possibly the 'Mary'
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A Royal yacht, possibly the 'Mary'
A portrait of a smack-rigged royal yacht, which is thought to be the 'Mary'. She has been depicted in port-quarter view, flying the Union flag from the stern. She is firing a salute from her port side, close ashore, and two small boats full of figures appear to be arriving on her starboard side. In the foreground two figures with baskets have been depicted on the shore, presumably for shellfish. A small cargo lighter sails to the right and in the centre distance another ship fires a salute.
L. de Man
- Image reference: BHC1007
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London