"Reliance 1903"
Giclee print framed.
Framed Prints published by Wolfe Fine Art  

Reliance was the 1903 America's Cup defender, the fourth America's Cup defender from the designer Nat Herreshoff, and reportedly the largest gaff-rigged cutter ever built.

This print includes the following text:

"They tell me I have a beautiful boat. I don't want a beautiful boat. What I want is a boat to lift the Cup – a Reliance. Give me a homely boat, the homeliest boat that was ever designed, if she is as fast as Reliance."
Sir Thomas Lipton explained after the failure of his Shamrock III, designed by William Fife III, Jr. "I want a Reliance."

24 x 30 in., $300 -  add $50 for domestic USA shipping (additional charges for international shipping may apply)