A slightly distant starboard broadside view of the general cargo spritsail rigged barge Giralda (1897) under sail during the Medway Barge Match. She has a numeral flag on her forestay. A gaff cutter is in the left background and a spritsail barge and steamer are on the right. The Giralda (1897) came second in a time of 7 hours 36 minutes and 47 seconds, just 2 minutes and 30 seconds behind the Centaur (1899).
Object number: G406
Artist: F. C. Gould & Son
Dimensions: 141 mm x 169 mm
- Image reference: G00406
- � National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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