Showing posts tagged Maritime

RIMPAC 2014 Ships Underway 

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tklis:

The Charles W. Morgan once again (at Charlestown Naval Shipyard)

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historicaltimes:

Ships leaving the port of Le Havre, by Gustave Le Gray, 1857.

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historicaltimes:

RMS Queen Elizabeth docking in New York sometime during the 1950s in the presence of SS Independence, SS America, SS United States, SS Olympia, the carrier USS Intrepid, RMS Mauretania, and RMS Sylvania.

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" Alpha to Zulu "  …  International Maritime Signal Flags

Info:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_maritime_signal_flags

" Alpha to Zulu "  …  International Maritime Signal Flags

Info:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_maritime_signal_flags

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" Book of the Seven Seas "  …  Author: Peter Freuchen  [Originally published in 1966]

" Book of the Seven Seas "  …  Author: Peter Freuchen  [Originally published in 1966]

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gurafiku:

Japanese Art: Launching Ceremony. Hide Kawanishi. 1962

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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Hakata Port Construction. Fukuoka, 1936.

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" Tall Ship At Night "  …  At Baltimore’s 2012 Sailabration

" Tall Ship At Night "  …  At Baltimore’s 2012 Sailabration

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" Along The Shore "  …  Alfred T. Bricher  (1837 - 1908)

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navyhistory:

On 27 March, 1794 Congress authorized the construction of 6 frigates for the U.S. Navy. The frigates were: United States, Constellation, Constitution, Chesapeake, Congress, and President. This spar and rigging plan for Constitution was created during her early 20th century restoration. More plan views are available here.

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