Builder of the clippers

May 1984
Yankee;May84, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p126
Here is Donald McKay, the builder of `Glory of the Seas.' He and a naval architect named John Willis Griffiths, streamlined the design of ships that led to what is known as the clipper ship. The clipper `Flying Cloud' was McKay's.


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