Tag:historic=ship

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Aurora Cruiser Museum StPetersburg.JPG
Description
A decommissioned ship/submarine which generally remains in one place
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Wikidata
Status: in use


A tag for a decommissioned ship/submarine which has become a tourist attraction and generally remains in one place. This applies to both military and non-military ships.

Examples:

  • HMS Belfast on the River Thames, London [1]
  • USS Lexington, Corpus Christi (Texas) [2]
  • RMS Queen Mary, Long Beach [3]

How to Map

Tag Notes
historic=ship for the node or the outline of the ship
name=* name of the ship
tourism=attraction to mark it as a tourist attraction

Additonal tags

Tag Notes
operator=* for the operator of the ship
start_date=* for the launch date of the ship
wikipedia=* museum ship often have a wikipedia page which can be tagged here
addr=* if the ship has its own address
ref=* for the hull number of military ships

If the ship has some kind of amenity=* like a bar, restaurant or tourism=* like a hotel or a museum, it can be tagged as a separate node with own name and further information.

ship:type

ship:type=* can be used to specify the type of a ship.

for example:

military uses

etc.

civil uses

etc.


Remarks

Don't use building=* on ships, even if they are remaining in one place.

For sunken or destroyed ships use historic=wreck.


Related terms: ‹ ship › ‹ boat ›