USS Constitution

Category: Naval Vessels   more
Type: Frigates   more
 Make/name: USS Consititution   more
Operator: United States - Navy   more
Location: Boston, United States  more
Taken by: Denis Roschlau   more
Date taken: 2007-10-18
Image ID: 100789
USS Constitution, known as "Old Ironsides," is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. Named after the United States Constitution, she is the oldest commissioned ship afloat in the world. Launched October 21, 1797 maritime image database - a stock library of ships, boats and maritime related pictures    
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USS Constitution
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Vessel: Old Ironsides  | sailing ship  | ship  | ships  | tall ship  | vessel  | warship  | warships
Operator: military  | United States Navy  | USN
Places: America  | American  | Charlestown Navy Yard  | Massachusetts  | New England  | North America  | North American  | Suffolk County  | USA
Topics: At Rest  | Exterior
Keywords: three masted  | wooden