Product images of The 'Peregrine' and other Royal yachts off Greenwich circa 1710
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The 'Peregrine' and other Royal yachts off Greenwich circa 1710
The ship-rigged royal yacht 'Peregrine' is shown in starboard-broadside view in the foreground flying the red ensign a Union jack on the sprit and red pennants. Men are busy in the rigging with the sails, one man is depicted standing on the bowsprit and a woman can be seen on deck looking towards the viewer. On the far right is the Deptford waterfront, locating the scene as roughly abreast the Royal Dockyard there, which is where the yachts regularly stationed off Greenwich for both royal and diplomatic traffic were based.
Jan Griffier, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC1821
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London