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Falls of Clyde Clipper Ship
Honolulu Harbor, Hawaii

The Falls of Clyde clipper ship is docked next to the Hawaii Maritime Center Museum in Honolulu Harbor on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.


Falls of Clyde Clipper Ship
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The Falls of Clyde was built in 1878 in Port Glasgow, Scotland and it was named after a waterfall on the river Clyde in that country. it is an iron hulled, four masted ship that is 266 feet long with a 40 foot beam. It was restored in 1970 and it is now docked at Pier 7 in Honolulu Harbor, next to the Hawaii Maritime Center Museum.

Admission to the Hawaii Maritime Center covers a visit to the Falls of Clyde, the only surviving fully-rigged, four-masted sailing ship left in the world. The ship was built in 1878 in Port Glasgow, Scotland, and she spent her first years sailing to ports in south-central Asia. Her Hawaiian career began in 1899, 20 years after her maiden voyage. She became the first four-masted ship to fly the Hawaiian flag. After a long, vigorous career in the Pacific, the Falls of Clyde came home to Hawaii in 1963. In 1973, the vessel was entered into the National Register of Historic Places

Flew the Hawaiian flag from 1898 to 1920 The Falls of Clyde clipper ship was designated a National Historic Landmark on April 11, 1989.

Falls of Clyde National Historic Landmark
Hawaii Maritime Center
Honolulu Harbor, Pier 7
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Phone: 808-523-6151 |Fax: 808-536-1519


See also:
- Hawaii Maritime Center Museum
- Aloha Tower
- Aloha Tower Marketplace
- Honolulu Waterfront Tour



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