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- Lightship may refer to: Lightvessel, a moored ship that has light beacons mounted as navigational aids The Lightship, a 1985 American drama film directed...
- A lightvessel, or lightship, is a ship that acts as a lighthouse. They are used in waters that are too deep or otherwise unsuitable for lighthouse construction...
- The Lightship is a 1985 American drama film directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. The film stars Klaus Maria Brandauer and Robert Duvall, with early appearances...
- 40°37′02″N 69°37′06″W / 40.61722°N 69.61833°W / 40.61722; -69.61833 The Lightship Nantucket or Nantucket Shoals was the name given to the lightvessel that...
- States lightship Nantucket (LV-112), also known as Lightship No. 112, Nantucket, is a National Historic Landmark lightship that served at the Lightship Nantucket...
- United States lightship Chesapeake (LV-116/WAL-538/WLV-538) is a museum ship owned by the National Park Service and on a 25-year loan to Baltimore City...
- The United States lightship Huron (LV-103) is a lightvessel that was launched in 1920. She is now a museum ship moored in Pine Grove Park, Port Huron...
- Nantucket Lightship Baskets are a type of basket originating, in the 19th century, on Nantucket Island lightships. Lightship baskets are all made from...
- exhibited from the cape itself from 1804, its range was insufficient, and a lightship was stationed on the shoal itself in 1824. It was driven off station numerous...
- must have proved successful, because by 1819 England had nine lightships. The Nore lightship was run by Trinity House, General Lighthouse Authority for England...
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