USS Constitution is the oldests still on water (and ready to sail) ship in the world (HMS Victory is older but stand in dry dock). Builded in 1795 by Edmond Harrt's Shipyard in Boston. Now as a Museum ship in Naval Shipyard in Charlesttown (Boston) at the pier no 2. General Characteristics: Displacement: 2200 t; Length: 62 m; Beam: 13,3 m; Draught: 4,4 m (not loaded at full); Propulsion: 3968 square meters of sails: Speed: 13 kts.; Crew: ~500; Armament: 30×24 pounder long gun, 20×32 pounder carronade, 2×24 pounder bow chasers.