The replica of Sir Francis Drake's English galleon GOLDEN HIND. She was originally named Pelican but he changed the to Golden Hind, mid-voyage, in 1568 to compliment his patron, Sir Christopher Patton.

The replica of Sir Francis Drake's English galleon GOLDEN HIND. She was originally named Pelican but he changed the to Golden Hind, mid-voyage, in 1568 to compliment his patron, Sir Christopher Patton.

Sir Francis Drake's ship, The Golden Hind: world encompassed by the above

Sir Francis Drake's ship, The Golden Hind: world encompassed by the above

The Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes historic sailing ship replica under full sail, off the US west coast at sunrise, commemorating Drake's around the world (1577-1580) Voyage of Discovery, property released,.  COPYRIGHT:Joel Rogers

The Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes historic sailing ship replica under full sail, off the US west coast at sunrise, commemorating Drake's around the world (1577-1580) Voyage of Discovery, property released,. COPYRIGHT:Joel Rogers

Golden Hind - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Golden Hind - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

In 2014 the Golden Hind celebrates 100 years of providing solid fish suppers to the residents of Marylebone – almost as long as the dish has been in exist

Golden Hind

In 2014 the Golden Hind celebrates 100 years of providing solid fish suppers to the residents of Marylebone – almost as long as the dish has been in exist

Modelo de madera hecha a mano del "Golden Hind". Construido a aprox. 1 / 30a escala. El barco original fue construido en Plymouth en 1576 y capitaneado por Sir Francis Drake y en él circunnavegó

Modelo de madera hecha a mano del "Golden Hind". Construido a aprox. 1 / 30a escala. El barco original fue construido en Plymouth en 1576 y capitaneado por Sir Francis Drake y en él circunnavegó

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor golden hind model ship

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor golden hind model ship

A replica of Sir Francis Drake's ship, the Golden Hind, in which he circumnavigated the globe from 1577 to 1580.  Named the Pelican at the start of the voyage, Drake renamed it in mid-voyage (1578) at the Strait of Magellan to honor his sponsor, Sir  Christopher Hatton, who financed the journey.  Hatton's "crest" bore a female deer (aka "hind").

A replica of Sir Francis Drake's ship, the Golden Hind, in which he circumnavigated the globe from 1577 to 1580. Named the Pelican at the start of the voyage, Drake renamed it in mid-voyage (1578) at the Strait of Magellan to honor his sponsor, Sir Christopher Hatton, who financed the journey. Hatton's "crest" bore a female deer (aka "hind").

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