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|Pre World War II - Yacht - Sea Cloud
|Sea Cloud under way, date and location unknown.
Photo courtesy of the US Naval Academy.
USCGC Sea Cloud (WPG-284)
|USCGC Sea Cloud (WPG-284) under way off Boston, 22 October 1943.
US Navy photo # 4940-42 NYBOS from the collections of the Office of the US Coast Guard Historian.
|USCGC Sea Cloud (WPG-284) under way, circa 1942, date unknown.
US Navy photo # NH 92944 from the collections of the Office of the US Coast Guard Historian.
|USCGC Sea Cloud (WPG-284) moored (extreme left) pierside at the Charlestown Navy Yard, East Boston, E-Boat piers, 7 August 1942.
Photo # NPS 14314, Charlestown Navy Yard collection
| USS Sea Cloud (IX-99)
|The fourth figure from the left is LCDR Carleton Skinner, the USS Sea Cloud (IX-99)'s commanding officer during the ship's experiment with an integrated crew. He is presenting a plaque to the vessels owners, Marjorie Merriwether Post Davies and Ambassador Joe Davies.
|LT Clarence Samuels USCG aboard USS Sea Cloud (IX-99). Photo from Joseph Jenkins scrapbook inscribed by LT Samuels "To a very
good shipmate and friend. C.E. Samuels."
US National Archives photo Local Identifier 210210-G-G0000-1004, USCG Historian's Office, G-09231
|Retired Master Chief Boatswains Mate Robert L. Hammond, an original member to the USS Sea Cloud (IX-99) crew poses with a photo of himself taken after graduation from Coast Guard recruit training in 1942. The Sea Cloud was the first naval vessel desegregate allowing blacks to serve in the same capacities as whites. Before hand African Americans were only permitted to serve as stewards mates.
US Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Christopher Evanson.
|USS Sea Cloud (IX-99) moored pierside to the right of HMNZS
Leander at Charlestown Navy Yard, East Boston in 1944.
US Navy photo from the US National Archives Records Office Boston RG-181.
|USS Sea Cloud (IX-99) moored pierside, on the U.S. East Coast, while serving as a weather ship.
US Navy photo courtesy Shipscribe.com
|Three views of USS Sea Cloud (IX-99) moored pierside at Argentia, Newfoundland, circa July 1944.
US Navy photos from the collections of the Office of the US Coast Guard Historian.
|Post World War II - Yacht - Sea Cloud
|Sea Cloud off the French coast, 10 September 2007.
Photo courtesy Sea Cloud Cruises.
|Sea Cloud under sail, date and location unknown.
Photos courtesy Sea Cloud Cruises.
|Sea Cloud moored on the Bosphorus Strait at Istanbul , Turkey, circa June 2008.
|Photo by Frank R. Liese
|Sea Cloud at Hamburg, Germany from 2 to 20 May 2011. The ship took part in the Hamburg Port Birthday arrival and departure parades.
Photo courtesy Sea Cloud Cruises.
|Sea Cloud moored pierside at Split, Croatia, 30 September 2011.
|The four-masted barque Sea Cloud (Ex- USS Sea Cloud (IX-99) anchored in the bay of Portofino, Liguria, Italy, 2 May 2019.
Photo courtesy Zinnmann. This file is licensed under Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
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