Sailboat Sea Cloud (The Sea Cloud (Hussar II formerly) is a four-masted steel-hulled barque, built in 1931 in the shipyard of the Krupp Germania Werft of Kiel, Germany for the American Edward Francis Hutton1, millionaire and real estate broker Since 2001, this luxurious cruising yacht, owned by the shipping division of Hansa Treuhand holding company and managed by Sea Cloud Cruises GmbH, has been renamed Sea Cloud I because of its sister ship, the Sea Cloud II, a three-masted barque launched in 2001. This sailboat, in more than 75 years of sailing, will undergo a series of appointments: Hussar II (1931), Sea Cloud (1935), IX-99, USCGC WPG- 284 and USS Sea Cloud (during the Second World War), Angelita (1955), Patria (1961), Antarna (1964), Sea Cloud of Cayman (1974) and again Sea Cloud since its restoration in 1978. The Sea Cloud ( Hussar II before) is a four-masted barque with steel hull, built in 1931 in the cha naval shipyard of Krupp Germania Werft of Kiel in Germany for the American Edward Francis Hutton1, millionaire and real estate broker. Since 1994, the Sea Cloud has returned and belongs to a group of traders and shareholders in Hamburg, the company Sea Cloud Cruises. In 2008, with 32 cabins, only 64 passengers can enjoy the incomparable feeling of being the guest aboard a luxury yacht.
Keywords used by Franck Bichon to describe this photograph: Sailboat Sea Cloud; four-masted barque; 1931 Gibbs & Cox architect; Construction site Krupp Germania Werft; Malta; Valletta; cruise; luxury; La Rochelle; Atlantic port La Rochelle; deep water port; Deep sea gateway; Harbor; harbor; pleasure; charter sailboat; yacht; sailing boat; tall ship; big sailing ship; La France; Europe; sea; sea; cruising; pertuis of Antioch; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic coast; Charente Maritime; Charente-Poitou; Merchant navy; merchant navy
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