Historic Boats of Man-O-War Harbour
S/V William H. Albury, pictured here, is now back in Man-O'-War. She arrived here on 5/25/14 after a 26-day passage from Jamaica. For details go to: https://www.facebook.com/svWmHAlbury.
The following boats are moored and can be seen in the harbour at Man-O'-War Cay:
- S/V Sea Fever
- S/V Lively Lady
- S/V Rough Waters
- S/V Tribute
- S/V Lady Di
- S/V Man-O-War is on display at the Man-O-War Heritage Museum.
- Also, a number of wooden boats and dinghies built by Willard, Joe and others of the Albury brothers can be seen at the docks in front of Joe's store.
For photos of the William H. Albury under construction, go to: http://www.mowmuseum.com/William\_H.\_Albury.html
For photos of s/v Lady Di, a classic Bahamian dinghy built by Sam Albury, go to: http://tomspock.com/Journey%20website/Lady%20Di/index.html.
For a detailed account of the restoration of S/V Tribute at Edwin's Boat Yard (where she was built), http://tomspock.com/Journey%20website/Tribute/Indextr.html.
For a more complete history of boat building on Man-O'-War, go to: http://www.mowmuseum.com/Our\_Boat\_Building\_Heritage.html.
Visiting this site might not be suitable for persons with mobility impairments. Access is by ferry from the mainland or boat from neighbouring cays.
Pet Friendly Notes
Leashed pets are allowed, but must be controlled.
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