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Johanna Lucretia 2 by peaky40

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The Johanna Lucretia sailing near Portrush county Antrim Northern Ireland! A British tall ship, the �Johanna Lucretia� is an oak wooden two masted topsail schooner. She was built in 1945 at the Rhoos Shipyard, Ghent, Belgium. Measuring 96ft (28.65m) in length, her beam is 18 ft (5.50m), her draught is 8 ft (2.45m) and she has a total sail area of 380 m2.

The ship was originally built as a fishing vessel, but was never used as such, instead she was converted in 1954 for recreational use, by owner Ber van Meer. She sailed in Dutch waters until 1989 from her port in Enkhuizen in The Netherlands. In 1989 the Johanna Lucretia was sold and transferred her base to Plymouth in the United Kingdom under the ownership of Mrs. Heather Henning.

In 1991/1992 she was refitted in Gloucester at the Tommy Nielson Yard and was used for charter mainly from Gibraltar, the Caribbean and the Eastern coast of the United States until 2001 after which she was sold to Cutlass Classic Charters Ltd.

She has starred in the film The Riddle of the Sands in 1978 when she took the part of the Medusa and more recently in the film Amazing Grace � a drama about William Wilberforce�s campaign to end the slave trade. She also starred in the Irish TV reality show Cabin Fever where she replaced the original Cabin Fever ship after it ran aground off Tory Island! Canon 7D!

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  • Vitta
    Vittaalmost 2 years ago

    Excellent work!!!

  • Thank you very much Vitta, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • Rick  Friedle
    Rick Friedlealmost 2 years ago

    Great capture!

  • Thank you very much Rick, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • João Figueiredo
    João Figueiredoalmost 2 years ago

    Intriguing! It almost looks like a paint… Nice one!

  • Thank you very much Joao, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradouralmost 2 years ago

    Not only a brilliant image Roy but a very interesting history, I no remember the film the rifddle of the sands, I wish RB had kept the information on the same page as the picture

  • Thank you very much Malcolm, glad you like this! Yeah i wish they’d of kept it that way too!! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • George Lenz
    George Lenzalmost 2 years ago

    nicely done

  • Thank you very much George, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • Lissywitch
    Lissywitchalmost 2 years ago

    wonderful capture Roy

  • Thank you very much Lissy, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Searchalmost 2 years ago

    Fantastic work, Roy!!!!

  • Thank you very much Laurie, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

    JUSTARTalmost 2 years ago

    great work

  • Thank you very much Sylvia, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • LarryB007
    LarryB007almost 2 years ago

    Beautiful Roy, And what were you on to shoot this … best regards Larry

  • Thank you very much Larry, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

  • Dlouise
    Dlouisealmost 2 years ago

    WOW!! awesome capture Roy,,, and great history!!!

  • Thank you very much Louise, glad you like this! Cheers Roy!

    – peaky40

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