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Published by Lippincott .
Written in English


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  The ships we come across nowadays are large, sturdy and self propelled vessels which are used to transport cargo across seas and oceans. This was not the case centuries ago, and the current ship has undergone countless centuries of development to become what it is today. In ancient marine times, people used rafts, logs of bamboo, bundles of. Highly illustrated. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR Lionel Casson's famed "bible for all interested in ancient ships, shipbuilding, and sailing techniques". This page on the Barnes and Noble online bookstore site includes the book's Table of Contents.

Sailing ships and their story:the story of their development from the earliest times to the present day / (Philadelphia: Lippincott, ), by E. Keble Chatterton (page images at HathiTrust) Steamships and their story, (London, New York, Cassell and company, ltd., ), by E. Keble Chatterton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). American Sailing Ships: Their Plans and History by Charles G. Davis Paperback - pages (October ) Dover Pubns; ISBN: American Clipper Ships, Adelaide-Lotus by Octavius T. Howe, Frederick C. Matthews Paperback - pages Vol (August ) Dover Pubns; ISBN:

  Serving as a bookend to Gurney’s in-depth and at times technical history is an anecdotal story from the recent past. In , he writes, a very expensive yacht was going through its sailing trials. Many of the ships in the "Build location" column were built for use in other countries by the United Kingdom, which in the mid to late s was a dominant worldwide ship builder. A majority of ships on this list are found in museums, and include examples that are the last of their kind left in the world.


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Steel hulls also replaced iron hulls at around the same time. Even into the twentieth century, sailing ships could hold their own on ultra-long voyages such as Australia to Europe, since they did not require.