The History of Yachting/Index

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A

Actium, battle of, 2 Advance, sloop, 152 Amsterdam, centre of commerce in Europe, 8 Amsterdam yachts enact sham battle in honor of Peter the Great, 20-22 Anne, yacht built for the Duke of York by Christopher Pett, 64, 105, 189 Argus, brig, 157 Arlington, Lord, 110 Ashburnham, John, 98 Athelstane, galley presented to, by King of Norway, 2 Atlantic, ship, 140 Aurora, yacht, 198

B

Balsa, 139 Balza, description, 27-29 Batten, Sir William, 94-95 Betsy Cairns (Princess Mary), 119-121 Besano, yacht, cost of decoration, 74 Bezan and Jamie try for mastery, 76 Bezan, yacht presented to King Charles by the Dutch, 66, 97 Blake, Admiral, hoists first coach-whip pennant, 49 Block, Adriaen, 36-37 Boit, Captain John, 144-145 Bolton, yacht, 162 Boston Light, 136 Bristol Sailing Society, 223-224 Brouncker, Lord, 82, 98 Burgis, William, 136 Burgomaster of Amsterdam, yacht, 15 Busy, cutter, 169

C

Cleopatra's galley at battle of Actium, 2 Cleopatra's barge, 3—4 Centaur, galley race, 5 Chimæra, galley race, 5 Comet, 17 Catherine, Czarina of Russia, 23 Concord, yacht, 29 Charles II., called from Holland to ascend the throne of England, 50; sails from near Breda for Delft on board yacht owned by the Prince of Orange; description of the fleet of yachts accompanying him and their passage; a yacht is presented to him, 51—54 Catherine, yacht built for King Charles by Commissioner Peter Pett, 64 Catherine, Mary, and Anne, compared, 64 Charlotte, yacht, 94 Charles, yacht, 75, 105, 106 Castle, William, 98-99 Cleveland, yacht, 105 Charlot, yacht, 106 Coquette {William, and Mary), 122 Caermarthen, 124-126 Carter's Brand, 127 Columbia, ship, 142 Crowninshield, Captain George, 146 Centre-board, 147-152 Constitution, frigate, 154-156 Chaleur, schooner, 168 Catherine, yacht, 172 Cork Harbor Water Club, 172, 188

Cumberland Fleet, The, 198

Chatham, yacht, 192
Cumberland, Duke of, 197
Cumberland, yacht, 200, 220
Caroline, yacht, 202
Cynthia, sloop of war, 204
Columbus, yacht, 205
Constant Warwick, frigate built in 1646, 48

D

Dolphin, galley race, 5
Drake, Admiral, fails to capture Spanish fleet, 10
Dutch yachts, description of early, 15-19
Damlooper, 24
Disdain, pleasure ship, 44-46
Dover, 1641, 58-59
Deane, Sir Anthony, first calculates a vessel's displacement before launching, 69-70, 95, 103-105
Dreadnought, ship, 91, 216
Deal, yacht, 105, 106
Dunblane, Lord, 110
Danby, Earl of, 124, 126
Dean, Captain Stewart, 142
David Porter, schooner, 153
Dolphin, schooner, 153
Dorset, yacht, 194
Dogget's coat and badge, 171

E

Elizabeth, Queen, 10
Enterprize, sloop, 142
Experiment, double-bottomed ship, 77-79
Eddystone Lighthouse, 129, 130
Evelyn, John, 57, 58
Experiment, sloop, 146
Eagle, yacht, 202
East India Company (English), 142, 206-216

F

Fortescue, Thomas, 93
Fanfan, ship, 95-96
Folly, yacht, 97
Flamsteed, John, 98
Fubbs, yacht, 106, 113-115, 172, 189
Fox, George, 108
Fancy, yacht, 136, 137
Ferrers, Earl, 195, 196
Fife, William, 235

G

Galleys, Roman, Venetian, Norse, Spanish, and Portuguese, 5-6
Galley races, 5-6
Galleons of Portugal and Spain, 5
Genoa influences Spain and Portugal, 13
Golden Lion, 17
Greenwich Observatory, 98
Griffiere, John, 103
Good Expectation, brig, 167

H

Hardicanute, galley presented to, Earl Godwin, 2
Holland, where yachts originated, 8
Holland, Spanish influences, 12
Hein, Admiral Pieter, 9
Hawkins, Admiral, 10
Hollanders, a wealthy and refined people, 13
Hope, yacht, 29
Hudson, Henry, 32-35
Halve Mæne, or Half Moon, yacht, 32-35
Hope, yacht, 40
Haen, yacht, 41
Howard, Admiral, 44-46
Henrietta, yacht, 91-94, 99, 105-107
Harwich, yacht, 91
Hicks, William, 93
Harwich, ship, 104
Hazard, sloop, 138
Helvetia, ship, 141
Harriet, ship, 141
Hallet, Captain, 141
Hamilton, revenue cutter, 166
Hawke, yacht, 200
Haw-Ting, flower-boats of the Chinese, 5

I
 
Isis, built by Ptolemy Philopator, 2

Isle of Wight, yacht, 105
Isabella Bezan, yacht, 106
Isabella, yacht, 106
Industry, yacht, 108
Isle of Wight, 237-239

J

Jamie, yacht, 75-76
Jones, Inigo, 98
Jolson, Captain Jolle, 127
Jefferson, yacht, 146-147
James and Elizabeth, smack, 123

K

King's Chamber, royal vessel of King Henry V., 2
King Charles II., ?, 62, 63, 66, 68, 70, 71
Katherine, yacht, 105-107
King Charles anecdotes, 110-115
Kendrick, Captain John, 142, 144
King's Fisher, yacht, 200

L

Lee-board, 26
La Garse, yacht, 41
Lead for ballast, 1661, 63
London, Great Fire, 1666, 102
Lennox, yacht, 103
Lady Temple, 107
Leeds, Duke of, 124
Little Grandsire, yacht, 129
Lady Washington, sloop, 142-144
La Gloire, lugger, 168
Lively, yacht, 202
Lady Nelson, brig, 204
Lulworth Castle, yacht, 232
Leopard, yacht, 236—237
London, ship, 99

M

Maurice of Nassau, yacht, 15
Merry Messenger, yacht, 29
Mayflower, Pilgrim ship, 37
Mary, yacht, 59, 61, 105, 109, 189, 192
Milled lead sheathing, 91
Monmouth, yacht, 98, 99
Merlin, yacht, 99, 100, 107
McKenzie, Dr. Sheldon, 120
Mitchell, Admiral Sir David, 1 28
Morris, Colonel Lewis, 136-137
Montesquieu, ship, 141
Maria, excise cutter, 235

N

Norse galleys, 6
New Netherland colonized, 38
New Netherland, ship, 38
Navy, yacht, 105
Northumberland, Duke of, 138
Nimble, cutter, 167
Navy of Great Britain, 216-218

O

Overserved with drink, 57

P

Purple sails, 1, 2
Phillip II., of Spain, 8
Peter the Great, 20-22, 124, 129
Prescott, Conquest of Peru, 27
Pizarro commands expedition, 27
Pleasure ship built for Prince Henry, 1604, 44, 46
Prince Henry, 44, 46
Pett, Phineas, 44, 46, 47, 105
Pepys, Samuel, Clerk of the Acts, 56, 61, 62
Pett, Peter, 62-66, 76
Pett, members of family hold dockyard positions from reign of Edward VI., 69
Petty, Sir William, inventor of catamaran, etc., 77, 79
Phœnix, ship, 91
Pett, Christopher, 91, 100
Princess Mary, yacht, 116, 122
Preston, Viscount, 123
Princess Augusta, ship, yacht, 162, 163
Prince George of Wales, 163
Plymouth, yacht, 194
Princess of Wales, excise cutter, 235
Prins William, yacht, 40

Portugal influenced by Venice and Genoa, 13
Portsmouth, yacht, 106, 192

Q

Queen Catherine, 104
Queensborough, yacht, 105, 107

R

Roman galley, 5
Royal Yacht Squadron, 6
Republic of the United Netherlands, 8
Rool, marine artist, 15
Royal Prince, 17; ship built, 1610, 47
Ruiz, Bartholomew, 27
Restless, or Onrust, yacht, 37, 38
Rupert, ship built by Sir Anthony Deane, first vessel whose displacement was calculated correctly before launching, 69-70. Sir Anthony Deane, see pp. 95, 103-105
Royal Society, founded, 1660, 79
Ruyter, Admiral, 95
Royal Charles, 17; ship, 95-96, 99
Rupert, Prince, 95
Richmond, Duke of, 103
Richmond, yacht, 105, 106
Robinson, C. Newton, 109
Royal Catherine, ship, 113
Robinson, Andrew, 131
Rousseau, ship, 141
Royal Sovereign, yacht, 232, 235
Ratsey, Lynn, 236
Ratsey, Michael, 237

S

Shish, Jonas, 99-100
Shuldham, Molyneux, 147, 148
Spanish influence in Holland, France, and England, 12
Spain influenced by Venice and Genoa, 13
Sea Mew, yacht, 30
St. Beninjo, yacht, 41
Sparrowhawk, Pilgrim vessel, discovered, 1863, 42
Shipwrights Company, incorporated, 1612, 47
Sovereign of the Seas, ship built, 1637, 47
Shot for ballast, 1661, 63
Slingsby, Sir R. , makes up a party to see the four royal yachts, 67
Squadron of yachts, first record, in England, 67
Sailing match in the United Kingdom, first open, 1663, 80, 88
Seven Provinces, ship, 96
Solalis, yacht, 104
Superbe, ship, 104
Sandwich, ship, 109
St. Peter, yacht, 127
Smeaton, 129
Schooner, bmlt at Gloucester, 1712, 131, 136
Schank, John, Capt. R. N., 138, 139
Sailing match on Thames first open, 136; 220, 231
Shackford, Josiah, 142
Swain, Jacocks, Henry, Joshua, 148, 152
Sturgis, Captain Joshua, 166
Swift, cutter, 167, 168
Shutleworth, Mr., 202
Steele & Co., Robert, 235
Spragge, Admiral, 17
St. George, 17
Schey, Gillis, 20
Sloop, origin, description, 24

T

Thalamegus, built by Ptolemy Philopator, 2
The Yacht Club (Royal Yacht Squadron), 6, 240, 243
Tromp, Admiral Martin, 10, 49
Tiger, destroyed at New Netherland, 36
Trades Increase, ship built, 1609, 46, 47
Tower, smack, 105
Temple, Lady, 107
Taylor, Commodore Thomas, 199
Tyars, Jonathan, 219