Product images of 'Garthsnaid' (Br, 1892), looking aft from the bowsprit
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'Garthsnaid' (Br, 1892), looking aft from the bowsprit
The 'Garthsnaid' in a heavy sea, hands securing foresail, on passage from Iquique to Delagoa Bay in 1920.
'This is perhaps the finest and most revealing heavy weather photograph ever taken in a big merchant sailing vessel'.
- Image reference: P07148
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London