A late 19th century to early 20th century sea-going tug, the Sanson was designed to push trans-Atlantic giants. Her steam engine produced up to 2,000 HP, allowing her to reach speeds of up to 14 knots.
Mare Nostrum is a typical Mediterranean trawler and was built at Arenys de Mar, near Barcelona. Her name simply means Our Sea and she's been the pride of the Mediterranean since the birth of the Diesel engine.
This early 19th century Virginia pilot boat was the predecessor of the famous "Baltimore Boats". this original type was extensively used by the British Consul to carry dispatches, and was later formally taken into the British Navy.
The H.M.S. Endeavour's Longboat was launched in 1765 and was acquired three years later by the British Admiralty and prepared for a three year voyage under the command of the famous Captain James Cook.