8 edition of Ships and the sea found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Duncan Haws.|
|LC Classifications||VM15 .H33 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||75013686|
Much of this book is based on primary source material: diaries, letters, and ship's logs. On her maiden voyage in , the clipper ship Flying Cloud, carrying valuable cargo and 11 passengers, sailed from New York to San Francisco around the tip of South America. The ship made mile trip in 89 days, 21 hours, a remarkable speed. The book is split into two, first a trip from UK to USA via the Suez canal on board a giant of a ship carrying an incredible amount of weight, the crew are neat and tidy, the ship in pretty good condition and a nice automated system for loading/unloading/5.
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Unburdened by the confines and limitations of more structured form /5. At the front of the book is a picture of sailing ship with the names of all the sails and parts. At the back is a marked picture of a steam ship. Near the end of the book, he also explains the basics of boating and what to look for in a sailing or motor boat/5.
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Nautical-themed collection of five short /5. The dumpy book of ships and the sea Paperback – January 1, by Henry Sampson (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4). Ships was released simultaneously with The Sea Devils (), a book on the sahuagin, as well as three related "Monstrous Arcana" adventures: Evil Tide (), Night of the Shark (), and Sea of Blood ().
These four sahuagin books, with their underwater focus, form a nice (and purposeful) complement to Ships/5(7). A book on the maritime history of Seychelles and the Indian Ocean with chapters on pirates and shipwrecks is now available.
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The most comprehensive and authoritative reference book of its kind, The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea is a completely revised and updated edition of a classic volume that was first published in to huge acclaim. It covers every aspect of the seas and the vessels that sail on them, from shipbuilding, yachting, diving, and marine.
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