Climb on the very small crimps and sidepulls to the right of Ship's Prow Left and to the left of the curving crack - this lovely crack is off for this fun balancy problem. If you don't rip your fingers on the first small and second smaller crimp, or the small undercling (which some actually use in their sequence, myself included) then you'll might just have some fun pulling on the opposing sidepulls before reaching the jugs.
Pad and a spotter is nice for the harpack flat landing. Topout is very easy highball.
By Ricky Newman From: Fort Collins, CO Nov 11, 2008 rating: V36A
None of these pictures are accurate in showing Finger Ripper. The proper route avoids the crack completely, using the two crimps on the face that are basically in line with each other (the lower one being much better than the higher). Move off of these crimps to the sidepulls located near the top of the lower face. Pull those feet up and commit for the bomber edge above.
For reference, yes, the two pictures are of Ship's Prow Right, while the "good form" picture is of another Standard Route on the Ship's Prow. This climb moves up from the undercling in the Curving Crack, out to a 3 finger crimp, and then up through the roof off of a fairly bomber sloper/sidepull.
Mark Wilford showed me an interesting variation to this problem. Instead of reaching for the high RH side-pull, use the upside down undercling hold for your right hand about 6 inches lower. Very tricky and fun, give it a try!