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Ship - The Epic Story of Maritime Adventure


Year: 2004
Language: english
Author: Lavery B.
Genre: Encyclopedia
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishing
ISBN: 0756604966
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 408
Description: Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of shipbuilding and navigation. From the most primitive floating facilities of prehistoric times to romantic sailing ships, from the glorious warships of the past to the ultra-modern giants sailing the ocean in ours, you will find an interesting story about famous sea adventures and the greatest technological achievements. This wonderful book has absorbed the experience of human relationships at sea, reflecting a burning interest in ships and their crews and in the current state of navigation. It also touches on the issue of future development in this area, focusing on the prospects for ensuring the viability of humankind.
This is a truly comprehensive work, the author of which has made a significant contribution to our knowledge and understanding of the essence of navigation over the years.
The book will delight readers interested in maritime issues and those whose work is connected with the sea, and those who simply enjoy it, as well as those who happily combine both.

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