New images are coming out for the 1012 holiday season. Many are available now as special order corporate cards, and should later become available as boxed cards.
For corporate orders, this card is fully customizable. There are historical notes on the back of the card:
Historical Notes on back:
“Friendship of Salem” is a reconstruction of a 171-foot three-masted East Indiaman built in Salem in 1797. She is pictured here near Pickering Wharf in front of the rigging shed where so much of her repair and maintenance is done. She is the largest wooden sailing vessel to be built in New England in more than a century.
The replica ship is based on a model of the original “Friendship” at the Peabody Essex Museum, as well as several paintings of the ship and numerous documents, including logs of the ship’s voyages.
She is a fully operational sailing vessel. Although she usually stays close to home, in 2011 she made an ambassadorial trip to NY City with her National Park Service and volunteer crew.