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The City of Ragusa the smallest craft that ever made the voyage to and from America, outward passage 92 days, homeward passage 38 days. Fitted Out and Navigated by Nicholas Primoraz, accompanied by his Mate E R W Hayter & the dog Boswain. Length 20 feet, - Breadth 6 feet, - Depth of Hold 2ft 10in

PAD6590
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Collection Fine art, Prints, drawings and watercolours
Gallery locationNot on display
VesselsCity of Ragusa (1870)

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Object ID PAD6590
Description Hand-coloured lithograph depicting the yacht City of Ragusa, the smallest craft (at the time) to ever made a transatlantic journey. The outward passage took 92 days, and the homeward 38 days. She was fitted out and navigated by Nicholas Primoraz, accompanied by his mate E.R.W. Hayter and the dog "Boswain".
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Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials lithograph, coloured
Measurements Mount: 221 mm x 269 mm
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  • The City of Ragusa the smallest craft that ever made the voyage to and from America, outward passage 92 days, homeward passage 38 days. Fitted Out and Navigated by Nicholas Primoraz, accompanied by his Mate E R W Hayter & the dog Boswain. Length 20 feet, - Breadth 6 feet, - Depth of Hold 2ft 10in (PAD6590)
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