C.A. Thayer was constructed in 1895 to be used for lumber trade in the Pacific. From 1912 onwards, C.A. Thayer ceased to be used for lumber trade, but instead was utilized for fishing. After sailing for over 50 years, she took her last voyage in 1950. San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park purchased this boat and restored it to its former glory. Since 1963, the schooner has been functioning as a museum ship. C.A. Thayer is the last schooner of its kind that is still afloat.
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