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Sisters Of The Ice: The True Story Of How St. Roch And North Star Of Herschel Island Protected…

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Unsinkable: The Full Story of the RMS Titanic

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Just before midnight on April 14, 1912, the ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg. Less than three hours later, she lay at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, having taken with her more than 1,500 of the roughly 2,200 people on board. Even now, a century later, no…
A Night to Remember: The Classic Account Of The Final Hours Of The Titanic

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The classic minute-by-minute account of the sinking of the Titanic , in a 50th anniversary edition with a new introduction by Nathaniel Philbrick First published in 1955, A Night to Remember remains a completely riveting account of the Titanic 's fatal collision…
Titanic: An Illustrated History
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|This title releases September 15, 2021

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A huge ocean liner, its lights blazing, its band playing, is slowly sinking in a calm sea. To most people, this image evokes one name alone -- the Titanic . 119 years after this great maritime disaster, the haunting saga of the Titanic continues to fascinate the…
Norma & Gladys: The Famous Newfoundland Knockabout Schooner

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Launched in 1945, the schooner Norma & Gladys illustrates the best qualities of Newfoundland and Labrador's industries of shipbuilding, the Labrador fishery, the Grand Banks fishery, and coasting freight to remote seaside towns. Her story also illustrates the…
The E. J. Hughes Book Of Boats
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|October 20, 2020

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Robert Amos has published eight books on art, including E. J. Hughes Paints British Columbia and E. J. Hughes Paints Vancouver Island , and was the arts columnist for Victoria’s Times Colonist newspaper for more than thirty years. Amos was elected to the Royal…
Ninety Percent of Everything: Inside Shipping, the Invisible Industry That Puts Clothes on Your…

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On ship-tracking Web sites, the waters are black with dots. Each dot is a ship; each ship is laden with boxes; each box is laden with goods. In postindustrial economies, we no longer produce but buy, and so we must ship. Without shipping there would be no…
Island Of The Lost: An Extraordinary Story Of Survival At The Edge Of The World

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“Riveting.”  — The New York Times Book Review   Hundreds of miles from civilization, two ships wreck on opposite ends of the same deserted island in this true story of human nature at its best—and at…
The Ice Master: The Doomed 1913 Voyage Of The Karluk

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The Karluk set out in 1913 in search of an undiscovered continent, with the largest scientific staff ever sent into the Arctic. Soon after, winter had begun, they were blown off course by polar storms, the ship became imprisoned in ice, and the expedition was…
The Imperial Japanese Navy In The Pacific War

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From the stunning victory at Pearl Harbor to its dramatic reversal at Midway, the Imperial Japanese Navy swept all before it in its numerous victories in the Pacific and Far Eastern waters. The Imperial Japanese Navy in the Pacific War pulls from many of…
The Best Used Boat Notebook: From The Pages Of Sailing Mazine, A New Collection Of Detailed Reviews…

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With the used boat market growing and becoming more complex, here is the book that all boat buyers have been waiting for: John Kretschmer's Used Boat Notebook has long been one of the most popular features in Sailing Magazine where Kretschmer provides a hard…
Adrift: A True Story Of Tragedy On The Icy Atlantic And The One Who Lived To Tell About It

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A story of tragedy at sea where every desperate act meant life or death The small ship making the Liverpool-to-New York trip in the early months of 1856 carried mail, crates of dry goods, and more than one hundred passengers, mostly Irish emigrants. Suddenly an…
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