CaptainWhite ® 02-Nov-2017 17:19

Ship: 5,000 Years of Maritime Adventure

Year: 2017
Language: english
Author: Brian Lavery
Genre: History
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley (DK)
Edition: 3rd edition
ISBN: 978-0-2412-9804-6
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 402
Book price: £12.95
Description: From the earliest dugout canoes and the boats of the Ancient Egyptians, to the most technologically advanced modern battleships and cruise-liners, this is the ultimate guide to every aspect of the ship, and those who have sailed them.
Embark on an epic voyage to find out all about the endeavours of the great explorers as they mapped the globe, and see the impact ships have had on trade and industry across the years. Learn about the dramatic historical conflicts in which ships played a vital role, and take a look at seafaring for pleasure and trace fishing through the ages. This new compact edition is produced in association with the National Maritime Museum, and features every conceivable type of sea-going vessel, from caravels and galleons, warships and yachts to clippers and cruise-liners.


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