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Feb 10, 2022

[Answer] 4. Now on display in Greenwich, this ship was the last clipper built as a merchant vessel. What is the name of the ship that took part in the tea and wool races and was famous for her speed?

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...1. Thermopylae 2. Swiftsure 3. Swallows & Amazons 4. Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark is one of only three remaining original clippers that survive today. Built specifically to outsail the Thermolpylae, she was launched in 1869. They raced from China to London in 1872, but the Cutty Sark lost her rudder, although she still continued and arrived just a week after the Thermopylae. She went on to beat Thermopylae in the wool race (between Australia and England) several times, breaking records before eventually sail was superseded by steam. She was badly damaged by a fire in 2007 but will hopefully be open to the public again.




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Cutty Sark:


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