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PHOTOS DE 1930

Catégorie : 1930 : DEFI N°14

 

1930 - 274 PHOTOS
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V 1934 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V 1932 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V 1931 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V & Astra 1931 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V 1934 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V 1930 © Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
SHAMROCK V RACING AT COWES
Beken of Cowes
Sir Thomas Lipton's "Shamrock IV" 1920, and "Shamrock V" 1930
Beken of Cowes
Sailing Yacht Britannia (K1), Astra (K2), Shamrock V (K3), Candida (K8) & Velsheda (K7), August 1934
Beken of Cowes
Sailing Yacht Astra & Shamrock V, 1934
Beken of Cowes
Sailing Yacht Britannia (K1), Astra (K2), Shamrock V (K3), Candida (K8) & Velsheda (K7), Cowes Week 1934
Beken of Cowes
Britannia in 1932 by Beken of Cowes
Beken of Cowes
Shamrock V raced against the gaff rigged
Frank Hellsten
Britannia racing against Shamrock and Westward (1934)
Frank Hellsten
J-class yacht Yankee in 1937
John J. Holmes
Summer 1930 - Britannia racing Shamrock V
Inconnu
J Class SHAMROCK V at wharf, New London, CT, circa 1930
Inconnu
J Class SHAMROCK V at wharf, New London, CT, circa 1930
Inconnu
J Class SHAMROCK V hauled out, New London, CT, circa 1930
Inconnu
Cup defender Whirlwind gets new triangular boom at Lawley's
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Harold S. Vanderbilt at wheel of the Enterprise, a yacht vying to defend the America's Cup, City Island, New York
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Enterprise and Shamrock V homeward bound after first race. 1930.
Inconnu
Crew of SHAMROCK V. With best wishes from the City of Newport
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Crew of SHAMROCK V
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Crew of the SHAMROCK V 1930
Inconnu
The crew of SHAMROCK V
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America's Cup challenger SHAMROCK V on passage in mid Atlantic
Inconnu
Shamrock V.
Inconnu
SHAMROCK crossing Atlantic
Inconnu
SHAMROCK crossing Atlantic under double reefed trysail
Inconnu
SHAMROCK
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Mr Harold S Vanderbilt a millionaire at the wheel of the Enterprise
Inconnu
Shamrock V first win
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Shamrock V first win (2)
Inconnu
Shamrock V first win (3)
Inconnu
Shamrock V under sail at Southend-on-Sea
Inconnu
Shamrock V wins in Thames yacht club regatta at Southend
Inconnu
Shamrock V wins in Thames yacht club regatta at Southend {2}
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Shamrock V wins in Thames yacht club regatta at Southend {3}
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Shamrock V wins in Thames yacht club regatta at Southend {4}
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Shamrock V wins in Thames yacht club regatta at Southend {5}
Inconnu
The J-class yacht Enterprise just prior her launching
Inconnu
The Enterprise's hollow mast
Inconnu
Original Press Photo of the "Shamrock V" Passing the "Erin"
Inconnu
Two Famous Yachts in an exciting contest, 1936
Inconnu
ENTERPRISE - advertisement - herreshoff yachts
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WEETAMOE - advertisement - herreshoff yachts
Inconnu
Shamrock V in the Garvel Dry Dock. Scotland
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Shamrock V with other Js in 1935
Inconnu
Weetamoe being dismantled - 3rd May 1938
Inconnu
Quadrifoglio (ex Shamrock) coming alongside after her voyage from Italy in 1974
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Britannia leading Astra, Shamrock and Velsheda during the 45 mile yacht race off Southend
Inconnu
The Britannia, in the annual regatta of the Royal Thames Yacht Club at Ryde
Inconnu
Shamrock wins race at Le Havre
Inconnu
The King's Yacht Britannia leading Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock V
Inconnu
The big yachts at the Royal Southampton Yacht Club’s regatta
Inconnu
Shamrock V was the first J Class to be launched on April 14th 1930
Inconnu
Enterprise is being launched from Herreshoff’s yard in Rhode Island
Inconnu
The original Shamrock V’s very bare interior
Inconnu
Shamrock V taking part in her first regatta at Harwich in 1930
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Shamrock V taking part in her first regatta at Harwich in 1930 (2)
Inconnu
Shamrock V in 1931
Inconnu
Westward, Shamrock and Britannia, fighting for the lead in the Royal Thames Yacht Club Regatta at Ryde
Inconnu
Shamrock V making heavy weather of crossing the Atlantic to compete in the 1930 America's Cup
Inconnu
Enterprise, one of the four new American challengers to be built for the 1930 Americas Cup
Inconnu
Shamrock V in a stiff breeze off Cowes, 1931
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Shamrock V crossing Velsheda’s bows, Cowes 1933
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Pouring the 90-ton lead keel of Shamrock V at Camper & Nicholson
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March 7, 1930 – Shamrock V under construction
Inconnu
"BUILDING SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S NEW YACHT"
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SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S 'SHAMROCK V' BEING RUSHED TO COMPLETION
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Laying Shamrock's deck
Inconnu
LIPTON'S CHALLENGER LAUNCHED
Inconnu
SIR THOMAS' 'SHAMROCK V' TAKES TO THE WATER AT GOSPORT AMID IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES
Inconnu
LAUNCH OF THE SHAMROCK
Inconnu
THE FIFTH OF THE NAME OF SHAMROCK SLIDES IN THE WATER
Inconnu
AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER TAKING ON THE WATER FOR THE FIRST TIME
Inconnu
LAUNCH OF SHAMROCK V
Inconnu
Two who will bring the Shamrock V. to America for America's Cup races
Inconnu
SHAMROCK V MAKES ITS RACING DEBUT ON 17th MAY, 1930
Inconnu
SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S NEW YACHT ON HIS MAIDEN TRIP: "SHAMROCK V"
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"SHAMROCK V." IN RACING AND “TRANSATLANTIC" RIGGING: A CONTRAST.
Inconnu
THE AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER SHAMROCK V
Inconnu
SHAMROCK V. TAKES THE FIRST TRIAL SAIL
Inconnu
"THE NEW AND THE OLD PASS ON THE SEA"
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SHAMROCK V. June 1930
Inconnu
OPENING OF THE YACHTING SEASON: SHAMROCK V'S FIRST RACE
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Our photo shows Shamrock V's decks
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SHAMROCK V WINS ITS FIRST RACE: A GOOD AUGURY FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP.
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MAKING READY FOR HER TRIP ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Inconnu
READY FOR THE TRIP ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Inconnu
"BOUND ACROSS THE ATLANTIC AND IN QUEST OF THE AMERICA'S CUP"
Inconnu
"SHAMROCK STARTS FOR AMERICA"
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"SHAMROCK V ON START ACROSS THE ATLANTIC"
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"SHAMROCK V. - NOW ON HER WAY TO THE UNITED STATES"
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"SHAMROCK V." IN THE AZORES: ON HER WAY TO AMERICA, TO CONTEST FOR THE "AMERICA'S" CUP.
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"SHAMROCK V. REACHES AMERICAN COASTS TO PREPARE FOR CHALLENGE RACE"
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"SHAMROCK V. REACHES AMERICAN COASTS TO PREPARE FOR CHALLENGE RACE"
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LIPTON'S YACHT SHAMROCK V. HERE FOR RACE
Inconnu
CHALLENGER FOR AMERICA'S CUP IN AMERICAN WATERS
Inconnu
SHAMROCK V ARRIVES IN AMERICA
Inconnu
"CHALLENGER FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP IN AMERICAN WATERS"
Inconnu
"SHAMROCK V REACHES AMERICAN SHORES TO PREPARE FOR CHALLENGE RACE"
Inconnu
SHAMROCK V ARRIVES IN AMERICAN WATERS
Inconnu
THE SHAMROCK V ARRIVES IN NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT.
Inconnu
"SHAMROCK V. REACHES AMERICAN SHORES TO PREPARE FOR CHALLENGE RACE"
Inconnu
IRISH SPORTSMAN ARRIVES TO WATCH SHAMROCK SAIL
Inconnu
SHAMROCK V ARRIVING AT NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT
Inconnu
TWO OF SHAMROCK'S MASTERS
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SHAMROCK V. BEING GROOMED FOR THE RACE
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TASK OF PREPARING THE SHAMROCK GETS UNDER WAY
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The Shamrock V - Sir thomas Lipton Owner
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SHAMROCK V HAULED OUT AT NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT
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THE GROOMING OF A YACHT FROM OVER THE SEAS
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PREPARING THE SHAMROCK V. FOR TRIAL RUNS
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THE AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER BUILT FOR SPEED
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SHAMROCK V. SAILS FROM NEW LONDON BOUND FOR NEWPORT, R.I. TO PARTICIPATE IN TRIAL SPINS
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SHAMROCK V. SAILS FROM NEW LONDON BOUND FOR NEWPORT, R.I. TO PARTICIPATE IN TRIAL SPINS
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SHAMROCK V IN TEST RUN
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SHAMROCK V UNDER FULL SAIL IN NARRAGANSETT BAY
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BRITISH CHALLENGER FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP IN FIRST SAIL
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LIPTON'S CHALLENGER IN FIRST AMERICAN SAILING
Inconnu
AT THE WHEEL OF SHAMROCK V.
Inconnu
THIS WEEK'S RIVAL SKIPPERS IN THE FIRST AMERICA'S CUP RACE
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SHAMROCK V IN NEWPORT HARBOR
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CHALLENGER AND DEFENDER MEET
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Shamrock V - an caption - stamped 3 September 1930
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Shamrock V - an caption - stamped 10 September 1930
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ENTERPRISE AND SHAMROCK
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SHAMROCK'S LAST SAIL BEFORE RACE FOR CUP
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BEFORE THE DEFENDER DREWS AWAY
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BEFORE DISASTER SURPASSES SHAMROCK
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ENTERPRISE AND SHAMROCK V
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U.S. RETAINS AMERICA'S CUP AS ENTERPRISE WINS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE RACE FROM SHAMROCK V
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SHAMROCK V
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Shamrock V in 1933
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Shamrock V running fast
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The newly launched Shamrock V in one of her early races
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The crew of the Shamrock V, at anchor before her transatlantic passage in 1930
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Shamrock V racing cutter rig and the ketch rig for ocean passages
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Shamrock V rounding the Cork light vessel
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Gaff-rigged cutters challenged the new Bermudian racers
Willard B. Jackson
J boat Yankee, 1930
Willard B. Jackson
Yankee
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind at Lawley
Leslie Jones
Yankee leaving for England
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind gets new triangular boom at Lawley
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind gets new triangular boom at Lawley's
Leslie Jones
Vanitie and Weetamoe - Marblehead
Leslie Jones
Sailing
Leslie Jones
Sailing
Leslie Jones
Sailing
Leslie Jones
Vanitie and Weetamoe - Marblehead
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind
Leslie Jones
Mr. Nichols (pocket handkerchief) aboard cup defender Weetamoe
Leslie Jones
Mr. Nichols, center, aboard cup defender Weetamoe
Leslie Jones
The Vanitie off Marblehead
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind, men in rigging
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind, Newport
Leslie Jones
Men aboard cup defender Whirlwind at Newport
Leslie Jones
Vanitie and Weetamoe off Marblehead
Leslie Jones
Charles River yachting
Leslie Jones
Vanitie off Marblehead
Leslie Jones
Cup defender Whirlwind gets new triangular boom at Lawley's
Michael Khan
Shamrock by Michael Kahn
Kirk of Cowes
Shamrock V - the first British yacht to be built to the J-Class of the American Universal Rule
Kirk of Cowes
The J-Class yachts Shamrock V and Britannia, 1934
Kirk of Cowes
Magnificent group of 1st Class Races: Shamrock V, White Heather and Candida, 1930
Kirk of Cowes
Shamrock, Westward, Britannia, Astria and Velsheda, 1933
Kirk of Cowes
Racing Yachts. J Class yacht Shamrock V leads Britannia and Velsheda, Cowes Regatta 1933
Edwin Levick
Launch Of Weetamoe
Edwin Levick
Enterprise and the Resolute1930
Edwin Levick
Whirlwind
Edwin Levick
AC Trial Race 1930
Edwin Levick
Enterprise
Edwin Levick
Harold Vanderbilt at the wheel of the Enterprise, 1930.
Edwin Levick
Deck Of Enterprise
Edwin Levick
Enterprise-1930
Edwin Levick
Enterprise Deck
Edwin Levick
Enterprise 1930
Edwin Levick
Shamrock V - 1930
Edwin Levick
Shamrock V
Edwin Levick
Enterprise
Edwin Levick
Shamrock and Enterprise
Edwin Levick
Enterprise and Shamrock
Edwin Levick
Enterprise and Shamrock
Edwin Levick
Yankee
Edwin Levick
Weetamoe
Edwin Levick
Yankee
Edwin Levick
Yankee
Edwin Levick
Yankee Crew
Edwin Levick
A photograph from the Edwin Levick Collection, taken by Levick, of the Yankee under sail. The racing sloop was a challenger for the 1930 America's Cup race.
Edwin Levick
Shamrock V
Edwin Levick
Vanitie vs. Weetamoe off Marblehead
Edwin Levick
WHIRLWIND READY FOR THE DEFENSE
Edwin Levick
Whirlwind with sheets down turning to windward
Edwin Levick
ENTERPRISE'S PARK AVENUE BOOM
Edwin Levick
THE ENTERPRISE'S PARK AVENUE BOOM FROM ALOFT
Edwin Levick
LOOKING FORWARD ON STARBOARD SIDE OF ENTERPRISE BELOW DECK
Edwin Levick
LOOKING AFT FROM THE MAIN COMPANIONWAY
Edwin Levick
START OF FIRST EASTERN YACHT CLUB RACE
Edwin Levick
ENTERPRISE FINISHING SECOND IN THE RACE FOR THE CITY OF NEWPORT CUP
Edwin Levick
TWO MINUTES AFTER THE START OF THIRD AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Edwin Levick
FORTY SECONDS BEFORE THE START OF THIRD AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Edwin Levick
SHAMROCK V ON THE WIND IN A LIGHT BREEZE
Edwin Levick
YANKEE
Edwin Levick
WEETAMOE
Edwin Levick
SHAMROCK V ON THE WIND
Edwin Levick
ENTERPRISE REACHING ON THE SECOND LEG OF SECOND EASTERN YACHT CLUB RACE
Edwin Levick
Whirlwind, ready for the Defense
Edwin Levick
Yankee at Lawley's yard
Edwin Levick
WEETAMOE
Providence Pub. Lib.
Shamrock V Jerry Rig coming over in 1930
Providence Pub. Lib.
Yankee
Providence Pub. Lib.
Weetamoe after launching
Providence Pub. Lib.
Yankee launching
Providence Pub. Lib.
Whirlwind after launching at Lowies New York 1930
Providence Pub. Lib.
Enterprise 1930
Providence Pub. Lib.
Enterprise and Shamrock V last race 1930
Providence Pub. Lib.
Enterprise assembly of mast 168 feet from step to truck
Providence Pub. Lib.
Enterprise assembly of mast 168 feet from step to truck
Providence Pub. Lib.
Enterprise assembly of mast 168 feet from step to truck
Providence Pub. Lib.
Professional crew of Enterprise Newport
Providence Pub. Lib.
Shamrock V 1930 Colonel Duncan Neil and Captain Ned Heard
Providence Pub. Lib.
Shamrock V Newport
Providence Pub. Lib.
Shamrock V at Williams and Manchester shipyard 1930 Newport
Providence Pub. Lib.
America's Cup Races - YANKEE LAUNCHING 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
SHAMROCK V, 1930, print
Rosenfeld and Sons
SHAMROCK V off Newport, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
SHAMROCK V and ENTERPRISE, Start of America's Cup Race, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE, J Class, #4, undersail, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
WEETAMOE, J Class, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 7th Observation Race, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
WEETAMOE, using sail #J4, and VANITIE, #I/3, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1933
Rosenfeld and Sons
WEETAMOE, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
WHIRLWIND, #J3, undersail, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE & VANITIE, circa 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE, J class sloop off Glen Cove, New York, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE Below Decks, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
WHIRLWIND, WEETAMOE, and ENTERPRISE, J boats underway, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE sail in Ratsey and Lapthorn loft, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
WHIRLWIND, J class sloop undersail, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
L. Francis Herreshoff and Captain Muir, WHIRLWIND launching, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
Weetamoe in 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
Hernet Heart, the professional skipper of Shamrock V
Rosenfeld and Sons
"WHIRLWIND" - Note the stern; she is a "double-ender"
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE, AMERICA'S CUP DEFENDER, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE WITH HER HEAVY WEATHER RIG ON FINAL TRIAL SPIN
Rosenfeld and Sons
LAUNCHING OF ENTERPRISE
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE AFLOAT AFTER LAUNCHING
Rosenfeld and Sons
LOWERING THE WOODEN MAST THROUGH THE MAST HOLE
Rosenfeld and Sons
LOOKING UP AT ENTERPRISE'S DURALUMIN MAST AND STEEL SPREADERS
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE SAILING TO WINDWARD WITH GENOA JIB SET
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE ON EARLY TRIAL
Rosenfeld and Sons
TEN SECONDS AFTER THE START OF SECOND AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE WINNING THE FIRST AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE (LEFT) AND SHAMROCK V FORTY SECONDS BEFORE START OF FIRST AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
START OF LONG RACE ISLAND SOUND RACE, MAY 17
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE (TO WINDWARD) PASSING RESOLUTE ON WINDWARD LEG TWO MINUTES AFTER THE START OF SECOND RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
FIVE SECONDS BEFORE THE START OF FOURTH AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
SAILING INTO NEWPORT HARBOR AFTER THIRD AMERICA'S CUP RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
WHIRLWIND
Rosenfeld and Sons
WEETAMOE CLOSE-HAULED ON HER WAY TO THE STARTING LINE OF SEVENTH OBSERVATION RACE
Rosenfeld and Sons
ENTERPRISE Tie - Blue
Rosenfeld and Sons
Enterprise's 66 1/2-foot Park Avenue boom
Rosenfeld and Sons
Enterprise's 5.000-square-foot mainsail at Ratsey and Lapthorn's sail loft in New York
Rosenfeld and Sons
The stripped-out interior of Enterprise
Rosenfeld and Sons
The wide "Park Avenue" boom of Enterprise.
Rosenfeld and Sons
Enterprise finishes a race near one of the tugs carrying photographers and reporters
Scientific American
The America's Cup Defenders
Scientific American
The Shamrock V, Lipton's Cup challenger
Scientific American
Deck view of the Whirlwind.
Scientific American
Weetamoe. Mechanical appliances are used for handling halliards and sheets