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Mark Ponte 14h
Any good articles about migration and/or sailors from the Canary Islands in the 17th century?
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HMS Unicorn Sep 25
🤔 Can you help identify this ship or its location?
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CanOfWorms Sep 26
in 1580 Sir Francis Drake sailed into harbour after successfully circumnavigating the globe @brixhamgoldenhind
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Charles Spencer Sep 25
Thanks, Sam - can’t wait for our interview.
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Andrew Hobbs Sep 24
Replying to @BNArchive
I haven’t read the book, nor those of Prof Rodger & don’t know anything about or . But 30 mins searching in , which contains less than 10% of British/Irish newspapers, found a dozen memoirs, not in Stephen Taylor's book.
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Shipping Mag Sep 25
Pictured below, the 2,781grt Lambtonian built in 1942 by S.P. Austin at Wear Dock. On 19th March 1960 she arrived at Dunston to be broken up by Clayton & Davie Ltd. This is included in our feature on Tanrfield SS Co.
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CanOfWorms Sep 23
Jackson’s thrilling sea stories, told with verve, wit and dash, make the most gripping reading. This is history as you long to read it, charismatic, concise and unputdownable. HORATIO CLARE⁠
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Tyler Hooper Sep 24
Tonight! Hope you can make it!
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TheSouthamptonGuide Sep 25
Great news has received Heritage Emergency Grant to assist the former ‘Flagship of the National Historic Fleet’ to re-start essential maintenance.
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Shipping Mag 1h
Our memorable ships feature this week are Prome and Salween. You can read this for FREE at:
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Tony Smith Sep 25
Beautiful Morning for a Big Walk across the City, I Love Ireland when the Sun comes out 🌎☀️🌈 ☀️🌈🙏
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TheSouthamptonGuide Sep 26
Oceans is situated on the High Street of the QE2 Mile & has a large selection of UK & Southampton Souvenirs, giftware & ship memorabilia. It's a gem of a find & you are bound to come out with a new purchase!
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priyambudi 15h
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A. Jorge Aguilera López Sep 22
1/ A thread about galleys, its challenges, the Royal Shipyard of Barcelona and the controversial and interesting viceroy of Catalonia Manrique de Lara during late 1580s. Based on my research. [Illustration by ] 👇
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CanOfWorms Sep 24
Hopefully they will stock our series.  Mayflower: the voyage from hell ISBN 9781916190870 RRP £7.99
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Job Carr Cabin Museum Sep 24
It's ! Old Town Tacoma has a rich maritime history. In the early 20th century, boat builders constructed canoes, sailboats, steamboats, fishing boats, ferries and tugboats along Commencement Bay.
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Discovery Museum Sep 22
This small buoy was positioned just inside the Tyne piers. The black end is heavier than the orange end, making the buoy float with the bright, more visible end up
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Ports, Past and Present Sep 24
Replying to @_bydbach_ @NLWales
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Tor Mark Sep 24
Check out our recent Instagram post to learn more about Cornwall’s maritime history.
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Amelia German Sep 19
Historic ship 🚢 in Masirah Island 🇴🇲
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