Astral:

62 ship citations (5 free) in 35 resources
Astral (1900; 4-masted steel shipentine, Bath, Maine, Star of Zealand)
Book Merchant Sail
Author William Armstrong Fairburn
Published Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation, Inc., Center Lovell, Maine,
Pages II: 1488, 1583; III: 1611, 1612, 1615, 1616, 1617, 1687, 1775, 1776, 1806-1807, 2157; IV: 2652, 2655, 2657, 2667, 2704, 2709, 2710; V: 3243, 3246, 3247, 3260, 3262; VI: 3961, 3963
Astral
Book A Maritime History of Bath, Maine, and the Kennebec River Region
Author William Avery Baker
Published Marine Research Society, Bath, Maine,
ISBN 0937410101
Pages Bath 1901, 713
Astral (1900) Subscribe to view
Astral (4m barque; launched 1900) Subscribe to view
Astral (American, 7542 tons; sunk by U-boats) Subscribe to view
Astral (bark) Subscribe to view
Astral (bark): fire Subscribe to view
Astral (bark): voyages Subscribe to view
Astral (Canadian, Pleasure Craft, built 1971; Toronto; O.N. 346902) Subscribe to view
Astral (case oil vessel) Subscribe to view
Astral (Liverpool, 1889, Steam; ON: 96299) Subscribe to view
Astral (merchant ship) Subscribe to view
Astral (Plymouth, 1948, Motor; ON: 180191) Subscribe to view
Astral (Recreational; Amelia Island, FL; built 2001; 29 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Astral (Recreational; Anchorage, AK; built 1978; 14 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Astral (Recreational; Boston, MA; built 1958; 12 gross tons; call sign WYZ7919) Subscribe to view
Astral (Recreational; New Bern, NC; built 1995; 8 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Astral (Recreational; San Pedro, CA; built 1988; 11 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Astral (see as Avanti) Subscribe to view
Web WorldCat
Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Astral (Single screw steamer; wrecked 1924) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Collier; noted in directory of 1898) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. G. H. Linnell; noted in directory of 1897) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. G. H. Linnett; noted in directory of 1896) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Nichols; noted in directory of 1894) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Nichols; noted in directory of 1895) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Simpson; noted in directory of 1891) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Simpson; noted in directory of 1892) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; Capt. Simpson; noted in directory of 1893) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; noted in directory of 1897) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; noted in directory of 1898) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; noted in directory of 1899) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamer; noted in directory of 1900) Subscribe to view
Astral (steamship, 1889) Subscribe to view
Astral (Sweden, Oil tanker) Subscribe to view
Astral (Sydney, NSW, 1908, Steam; ON: 125167) Subscribe to view
Astral (Towing Vessel; built 1939; 77 gross tons; call sign WB9226) Subscribe to view
Astral (U.S.): Day the Astral Vanished. Arthur Gordon Subscribe to view
Astral (U.S., 1900) Subscribe to view
Astral -- m - m. bark
Book The H. W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest
Author Gordon R. Newell, ed.
Published Superior Publishing Company, Seattle,
Pages 64, 186
Astral, 4-m steel bark: description, history, photos Subscribe to view
Astral, 4-m steel bark: historical references Subscribe to view
Astral, 4-m steel bark: photos Subscribe to view
Astral, 4-m steel bark: query on flying bridge Subscribe to view
Astral, 4-m steel bark: source of sail plan Subscribe to view
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Astral, bark (1900)
Journal American Neptune (1941-1990; Vols. 1-50)
Published Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.,
ISSN 0003-0155
Pages VIII, 279-281, 283; XVI, 5, 110
Astral, ex-Francais, Argentine vessel: wrecked Subscribe to view
Astral, J 2245, launch Subscribe to view
Astral, later Star of Zealand (1900-1936; Steel 4-masted bark; Built by: Bath, Maine by A. Sewall & Company; Dimensions: 332.3' x 45.4' x 26'; Tonnage: 3292 tons) Subscribe to view
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