Historic Cutter, Boat, Aircraft, Lighthouse & Station Plans,
Drawings, Art & Blueprints
USRC Hamilton (Morris-Taney Class
cutter; 1830); earliest known design
drawing of any cutter, provided courtesy of Nathaniel Wiltzen, Archivist,
National Archives, Boston, MA.
Line Drawing Sets (drawn by Dr. John Tilley;
each drawing is presented here under the title of their original release
Early Sailing Cutters:
Unique Historic Cutters:
Historic Tenders of the U.S. Lighthouse Service:
From Sail to Steam:
Coast Guard Vessels of the Prohibition Era:
Coast Guard Cutters of World War II:
World War II Amphibious Craft:
Modern Coast Guard Cutters:
Other Line Drawings:
Cutter, Tender, Lightship & Vessel Plans:
Small Boat & Craft Plans & Blueprints
(Courtesy of CDR Tim Dring, USNR, Ret.)
Click here for information and
photography of small boats & craft.
Motor Life Boats:
Aids to Navigation Craft:
Line Drawing Set (drawn by Dr. John Tilley)
Lighthouses of the U.S. (drawn by Dr.
Lighthouse, Light Station, Lens & Buoy Plans
Lighthouse & Light Station Plans:
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Last Modified 8/18/2015