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  • Clipper - Wikipedia

    A clipper was a very fast sailing ship of the middle third of the 19th century. Developed from a type of schooner known as Baltimore clippers, clipper ships had three ...

  • List of clipper ships - Wikipedia

    At the 'crest of the clipper wave' year of 1852, there were 200 clippers rounding Cape Horn. Notable examples of the clipper ship include: Andrew Jackson, 1855, 220 ...

  • Clipper ship | sailing vessel |

    Clipper ship: Clipper ship,, classic sailing ship of the 19th century, renowned for its beauty, grace, and speed. Apparently starting from the small, swift coastal ...

  • Clipper Ships |

    CLIPPER SHIPSCLIPPER SHIPS, long, narrow wooden vessels with lofty canvas sails, reigned as the world's fastest oceangoing ships from about 1843 to 1868. The word ...

  • Definition of Clipper Ship - ThoughtCo

    Clipper ships were built for long-distance travel at top speed, and in their day they represented the highest level of the shipbuilding.

  • City of Adelaide Clipper Ship

    City of Adelaide Clipper Ship

  • The Clipper Ships -

    The first ships to which the term "clipper" seems to have been applied were the Baltimore clippers. Baltimore clippers were topsail schooners developed in Chesapeake ...

  • Clipper-ship | Define Clipper-ship at

    noun. a person or thing that clips or cuts. Often clippers. (often used with a plural verb) a cutting tool, especially shears: hedge clippers. Usually clippers.

  • What is a Clipper Ship? - Marine Insight

    Clipper Ships are types of ancient merchant vessels which were famous for their speed and strength. Clipper ships are still used today in some parts of the world

  • Clipper Group

    Leading international dry bulk shipping company with a modern fleet

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