Stormy Passage

"Stormy Passage" by Paul McGehee. The square-rigged ship "Tusitala" in rough seas. The "Tusitala" was named after the Polynesian word for "teller of tales", which the natives used to describe author Robert Louis Stevenson during his journeys to the islands. "Tusitala" was the last large sailing vessel of its kind to regularly carry commercial cargo under the American flag, well into the 1940's. She ended her long career as a training vessel, and was a frequent visitor to ports from Seattle to Baltimore.

"Stormy Passage" by Paul McGehee
Image Size: 19" x 25.3" ; Edition Size: 750 S/N ; Remarqued: 200 S/N
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