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Articles about ship

Travel & Places
by Alexandra Sabatini
7 years ago
Freighter Ship Travel: Experience Life at Sea on a Cargo Ship Cruise

There are thousands of cargo ships, freighters, mail/supply boats and container ships sailing around the world loaded with cargo, delivering goods to ports of call on every continent. What you may not know is that about 1% of these ships also carry passengers. If you are looking for a unique travel experience and have the time for a longer trip a freighter cruise may be something to look into.

History
by zig25
8 years ago
Who Caused the Titanic Tragedy?

The sinking of the Titanic was caused by ambitious decision making.

History
by BobD
7 years ago
History Of The Titanic

The history of the Titanic is something that never fails to capture the imagination of anyone who reads about the unsinkable ship that went down on her maiden voyage.

Travel & Places
by oneclicklearning
8 years ago
The Sea Hates Cruise Ships--Here's Video Proof

When early seafarers built the first cruise ships from woven reed, and began cruising the South Pacific, they quickly learned that the sea could be very unforgiving.

History
by jarome1
5 years ago
The Final Mystery of the Titanic

Ever since the Titanic sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic in 1912, there has been controversy over who was to blame. For many years, many experts have made Captain Stanley Lord the culprit for not responding to the Titanic distress rockets. However, a growing group of supporters are seeking to clear his name.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
A Brief History of the Olympic-class Ocean Liners

With new German and Cunard ocean liners setting Blue Riband records, White Star required a new class of ocean liners to bolster its fleet. These would be the Olympic-class ocean liners that would eclipse all others in terms of size and scale. White Star constructed a triumvirate of Olympic-class...

Travel & Places
by Maxwell
7 years ago
Disney Cruises: On Board Deck Activities

Learn about the fun Disney Cruise Deck Activities available on most Disney branded cruises.

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
Horatio Nelson's Three Greatest Victories (Part 1)

An account of British Admiral Horatio Nelson's two greatest triumphs on the high seas.

History
by dodger71
7 years ago
Where is the Titanic?

Many ask where the wreck of the Titanic is located. The site is located about 370 miles off the southeast coast of Newfoundland and just under 1,000 miles from New York City.

Auto
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Philadelphia Experiment

The Philadelphia Experiment allegedly occured in 1943, during the height of World War II. During this period the Americans had not yet landed in Normandy and were viciously fighting Germany U-Boats in the Atlantia. This was the height of the Battle of the Atlantic. ...

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
The Ruse of the SMS Emden

An account of one of the many daring episodes in the SMS Emden's short WWI career.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Famous Ships of the German Navy

  Along its northern coastline Germany established a series of shipyards and naval bases for the expanding German navy. It was there that famous ships of the German navy were constructed firstly for the Imperial German Navy, and then during the 1930s with a series of modern battlecruisers...

Lifestyle
by Softwaeneo1
8 years ago
How to build a wooden ship without using wood

Always wanted to build your dream ship but didn't know how to work with wood? You have come to the right place! It's a model of course..

Lifestyle
by JadeDragon
7 years ago
Top Carnival Cruise Collectibles and Carnival Corporation Gifts

Together Carnival Corporation & Carnival plc is the largest cruise vacation group in the world.  The company operates under the names of Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Seabourn, AIDA Cruises, Costa Cruises, Cunard, Ibero Cruises, P&O Cruises (UK) and P&O Cruises (Australia).  This range of ships gives Carnival tremendous reach in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Carnival Corporation & plc also...

Travel & Places
by divaonline
7 years ago
My Panama Canal Cruise Experience

The remarkable Panama Canal will be celebrating its 100th birthday in 2014.  This near centenarian holds many surprises for first time visitors like me. The sheer size of the entire operation is difficult to fathom without standing in the Crow’s Nest of a multi-story cruise ship.  In addition...

Entertainment
by Fran5050
5 years ago
Shipwreck A History of Disasters at Sea by Sam Willis - Book Review

Shipwreck A History of Disasters at Sea looks at ships that met with a tragic end and the many stories, acts of heroism, sacrifice, or just plain villainy, that took place during these terrible events. 

History
by MatthewA
3 years ago
A Timeline of the Scharnhorst From Construction to Sinking

The Scharnhorst was a battleship that first joined the German navy in 1930s. It was one of the more effective Kriegsmarine warships that fulfilled a number of its missions. The ship remained at sea until 1943, and only then did the Allies defeat this battleship. Construction of this ship...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Famous Ships of the U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy has had a variety of famous ships. Most of these date back to the 1940s, as it was then that the Navy was involved in a series of naval battles with the IJN. These are a few of the ships that are among the more famous...

Travel & Places
by goodselfme
10 years ago
Cruise the Nile River in Egypt

The most extra ordinary cruise you will ever take is the one down the Nile River in Egypt. Not only do you generally take a plane to get to the dock, where your temperary vessel awaits you, but then you take a smaller man powered boat called...

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
Horatio Nelson's Three Greatest Victories (Part 2 - Trafalgar)

An account of British Admiral Horatio Nelson's two greatest triumphs on the high seas.

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