5 edition of Taking a little sailing ship found in the catalog.
Taking a little sailing ship
|LC Classifications||G440.G44 G43 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||93115665|
This book is extremely inspiring to me in its tone, stories, and message of what's possible. The author took one of the worst ships in the US Navy and turned it into one of the best in just two short years. That includes slashing costs and hitting budgets, but more importantly, their ship delivered the highest readiness indicators, exercise scores, and other key military metrics in their. Little, Brown,, - Sailing - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Ocean Life in the Old Sailing Ship Days: From Forecastle to Quarter-deck John D. Whidden Full view - () All books may be iecalled aftei 7 days DATE DUE.
For more than a hundred years the four-hundred-ton barque Elissa worked the world's waters, first as a sailing ship and then as a motor vessel. Built in when steam vessels were beginning to overtake large sailing ships as prime cargo careers, Elissa survived for more than a century on the strength of her hull and on the economic niche that ships of her size could fill. A while back at C3 Church in Atlanta, we went through a sermon series based on the book Fresh Air by Pastor Chris Hodges. If you are stuck in the doldrums or even if you just need a little nudge to get sailing again, check out this great book.
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A few books I have are: Wooden Ship-Building by Charels Desmond, The History of American Sailing Ships by Howard I. Chapelle and also his book The History of The American Sailing Navy. Then there is my favorite nautical reference: Standard Seamanship for the Merchant Service by Felx Riesenburg.
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Local history connection could have been more prominent, but nonetheless it was good to share the imagination of what it was like in Ramsgate when the little ships returned from Dunkirk/5(5). The authors uses many nautical terms for sailing and mastering of a sailing ship.
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From a boy's first experiences stepping aboard a sailing ship through to the end of a successful career as captain of a merchant vessel, John D. Whiddon takes the reader on an extraordinary journey.
If you learn everything in that little book you'll be well on the way toward being a knowledgeable sailing ship modeler- though the photo of your Batavia suggests that you're on the way already.
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