The ship responsible for the most profitable baleen haul in history, as well as the longest single whaling voyage, Mary D. Hume, in her glory days, looked like this. She is the ship on the right, here beside Irene, after being converted from a whaler to a tug.
She still sits in the Rogue River near Gold Beach, Oregon, untouched from where she was intentionally run aground, just a few hundred feet from where her keel was laid down. This is a picture of her, as of 28th April, 2015.
I can't wait to get my hands on her logs, if for no other reason the the sentimental value of her timbers being the first wreck I ever laid my fingers on.