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Sea Cloud Clipper

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1109633
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
TurboSquid Member Since April 2007
Currently sells 301 products
Product Rating
Polygonal quads and tris structure, low poly, V-Ray materials.
Sea Cloud is a sailing cruise ship of the Sea Cloud
Cruises line. Initially built as a private yacht, it subsequently served as a weather ship for the United States Coast Guard and United States Navy during World War II. The ship served as the first racially integrated warship in the United States Armed Forces since the American Civil War.[1] Following the war, Sea Cloud was returned to private ownership, serving as a yacht for numerous people, including as presidential yacht of the Dominican Republic. The ship currently sails in Europe and the Caribbean as part of a fleet of sail cruise ships operated by Sea Cloud Cruises GmbH of Hamburg, Germany, often under contract to the National Geographic Society.
Sea Cloud was built in Kiel, Germany, as a barque for Marjorie Merriweather Post and her second husband Edward F. Hutton of Wall Street fame E. F. Hutton & Co..[2][3] She was launched in 1931 as Hussar V; at the time of her construction, she was the largest private yacht in the world.[4] In 1935, the United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Joseph E. Davies, married Marjorie Merriweather Post.[4] Mr. and Mrs. Davies renamed the ship Sea Cloud.[2] Although Mrs. Davies owned the ship, she allowed Mr. Davies to claim ownership of the vessel. As a man with political influence, Davies entertained many high-profile people on the ship, including Queen Elisabeth of Belgium.[4] Class and type:       (19421944) United States Coast Guard Cutter/(1944present) barque
Displacement:       3,077 tons
Masts:       4
Figurehead:       Gilded eagle
Length:       316 ft (96 m)
Beam:       49 ft 2 in (14.99 m)
Draft:       19 ft (5.8 m)
Propulsion:       Diesel-electric; two shafts
Speed:       14 knots (26 km/h)
Complement:       (19421944) 21 officers, 1 warrant, 13 chief petty officers, 160 enlisted men/(1944present) 61 civilian crew
Sensors and
processing systems:      
Three radars:
ET 80198-2-22MC
ET 8010C 375-500 KC
ET 8012B 2100 - 3000 KC
Echo ranging equipment
Range recorder
Sub-Sig Fathometer
2 3 in (76 mm)/50 guns
8 20 mm/80 guns
4 K-guns
1 'Mark X' Hedgehog
2 depth charge tracks; 44 total depth charges carried on boardThe ship even served as an informal embassy, as Soviet and United States officials stayed and met on the vessel.[5]


Hussar V (193135)
Sea Cloud
Owner:       Edward Francis Hutton, Marjorie Merriweather Post
Krupp Germaniawerft shipyard
Kiel, Germany
Launched:       April 25, 1931
Fate:       Chartered to the United States Armed Forces between 1942 and 1944; Post decided in 1955; to sell the ship to president of the Dominican Republic

Name:       USCGC Sea Cloud
Acquired:       Chartered from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Davies for $1.00 on January 2, 1942
Commissioned:       April 4, 1942
Decommissioned:       April 9, 1943
Identification:       WPG-284
Fate:       transferred to the United States Navy
Notes:       Served with the first racially integrated crew in the United States Armed Forces, under the command of Lieutenant Carlton Skinner

Name:       USS Sea Cloud
Commissioned:       April 9, 1943
Decommissioned:       November 4, 1944
Identification:       IX-99
Fate:       Returned to private ownership with $175,000 for conversion back to pre-war appearance

presidential yacht Angelita
From 1961: Patria
Acquired:       1955

Name:       Patria
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