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The Ariel, 1866

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Which, with the Fiery Cross, Taeping, Serica, and Taitsing, sailed what was, perhaps, the greatest race ever run. After sailing 16,000 miles from Foo-Chow, China, to London, the Ariel, Taeping, and Serica docked in London on the same tide, the Taeping the winner by only a few minutes. The other two were only two days behind, although the first three took 99 days.

Author
Ships of the seven seas
By Hawthorne Daniel
Contributor: Franklin D Roosevelt
Published 1925
Available from gutenberg.org or archive.org
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