Prince Frederick's Barge
Prince Frederick's Barge is a 63.34-foot-long (19.31 m) British state barge. Designed by William Kent, it was built on the South Bank by John Hall for Frederick, Prince of Wales in 1732. Upon Frederick's death in 1751, the barge was used by successive British monarchs until 1849 when she was cut up into three sections and stored in the Royal Barge House at Windsor Great Park. King George VI placed the barge on loan to the National Maritime Museum in 1951, where it is currently on display.
- "Prince Frederick's Barge". National Historic Ships UK. Retrieved 26 July 2014.
- "What is the history of Prince Frederick's barge?". National Maritime Museum. Royal Museums Greenwich. Retrieved 26 July 2014.
- Media related to Prince Frederick's Barge at Wikimedia Commons
Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found.
|This article about a specific civilian ship or boat is a stub. You can help Infogalactic by expanding it.|