воскресенье, 31 июля 2016 г.

Fighting Naturalist



Fighting Naturalist

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture — ohwhataparadise: Yes.

ohwhataparadise:
“Yes.
”

Naval Architecture — ohwhataparadise: Yes.

SeasSailsShips — Hindu

Hindu

SeasSailsShips — Hindu

SeasSailsShips — Dennis Sullivan and her rafees

Dennis Sullivan and her rafees

SeasSailsShips — Dennis Sullivan and her rafees

суббота, 30 июля 2016 г.

The Beauty of Wildlife

Snow Leopard by Abeselom Zerit

The Beauty of Wildlife

CUAUHTÉMOC in Lisbon

sportspict:
“CUAUHTÉMOC in Lisbon
”

Naval Architecture — sportspict: CUAUHTÉMOC in Lisbon

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Fighting Naturalist



Fighting Naturalist

Dear Old Vessels



Dear Old Vessels

1812 Baltimore Clipper - Dear Old Vessels

jandela:
“1812 Baltimore Clipper
”

jandela: 1812 Baltimore Clipper - Dear Old Vessels

четверг, 28 июля 2016 г.

Dear Old Vessels

jcsmarinenews:
“New post (Thrift Shop Found photo – Wreck of the Glenesslin October 1, 1913 at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain, Oregon) has been published on Navy, Military and Marine with JC Thrift Shop Found photo – Wreck of the Glenesslin October...

New post (Thrift Shop Found photo – Wreck of the Glenesslin October 1,
1913 at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain, Oregon) has been published on
Navy, Military and Marine with JC Thrift Shop Found photo – Wreck of the
Glenesslin October 1, 1913 at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain, Oregon.
Sailed into the rocks on a clear day. All survived, but rocks penetrated
the hull and little was salvaged. A naval court of inquiry ruled the
cause was negligence: Oregon Ship Wrecks –

jcsmarinenews: New post (Thrift Shop Found photo –... - Dear Old Vessels

MIR - La Coruna 2012

hms-surprise:
“ MIR - La Coruna 2012
”

Naval Architecture — hms-surprise: MIR - La Coruna 2012

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

вторник, 26 июля 2016 г.

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture — coeurdeausalee: The Hermione and the frigate...

coeurdeausalee:
“The Hermione and the frigate Provence
”

Naval Architecture — coeurdeausalee: The Hermione and the frigate...

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Pirates' king — Pirates’ King Simón Bolívar (Barque) Is a...

Pirates’ King
Simón Bolívar (Barque)
Is a training vessel for the Venezuelan Navy. She sails from the home port of La Guaira and is a frequent participant in tall shipevents. She is named after Simón Bolívar, the liberator of Bolivia,Colombia, Peru,...

Simón Bolívar (Barque)

Is a training vessel for the Venezuelan Navy. She sails from the home port of La Guaira and is a frequent participant in tall shipevents. She is named after Simón Bolívar, the liberator of Bolivia,Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela.

Design

Simón Bolívar was built in the Spanish shipyard of Astilleros Celaya inBilbao (Spain). She is one of four similar barques built as sail training vessels for Latin American navies; her half-sisters are the MexicanCuauhtémoc, the Colombian Gloria and the Ecuadoran Guayas. She was launched in Bilbao on 21 November 1979.



Pirates' king — Pirates’ King Simón Bolívar (Barque) Is a...

воскресенье, 24 июля 2016 г.

Fighting Naturalist



Fighting Naturalist

Dear Old Vessels



Dear Old Vessels

Dear Old Vessels



Dear Old Vessels

Naval Architecture

sh-inaam:
“Sailing…………by S de Ligari
”

Naval Architecture — sh-inaam: Sailing…………by S de Ligari

The tall ships races by BMC 2016

benjaminmiguelchaparro:
“The tall ships races by BMC 2016
”

Naval Architecture — benjaminmiguelchaparro: The tall ships races by...

суббота, 23 июля 2016 г.

Naval Architecture — lazyjacks: Bow of tern schooner Irene Myrtle W.R....

lazyjacks:
“ Bow of tern schooner Irene Myrtle
W.R. MacAskill
Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1987-453 no. 1
”

Bow of tern schooner Irene Myrtle
W.R. MacAskill
Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1987-453 no. 1

Naval Architecture — lazyjacks: Bow of tern schooner Irene Myrtle W.R....

Naval Architecture — pirates-king: Pirates’ King Af Chapman: The...

pirates-king:
“Pirates’ King Af Chapman:
The ship was constructed by the Whitehaven Shipbuilding Company, located in Whitehaven, Cumberland (present-day Cumbria), and launched in February 1888.[2] She was originally known as Dunboyne, after a town in...

Pirates’ King



Af Chapman:

The ship was constructed by the Whitehaven Shipbuilding Company, located
in Whitehaven, Cumberland (present-day Cumbria), and launched in
February 1888.[2] She was originally known as Dunboyne, after a town in
County Meath, Ireland. Her maiden voyage was from Maryport, Cumberland
to Portland, Oregon and she subsequently made voyages between Europe,
Australia and the west coast of North America. On her arrival in Sweden
in 1915 she was renamed G.D. Kennedy and when the Swedish Navy bought
her in 1923 she was given her present name after the shipbuilder and
Vice Admiral Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721–1808). The Navy used her as
a training ship and as such she made several trips around the world
before serving as a barracks during WW2. Her final voyage was in 1934.



Pirates’ King

Naval Architecture — pirates-king: Pirates’ King Af Chapman: The...

Pirates’ King Belem is a three-masted barque...

Pirates’ King Belem is a three-masted barque from France. She was originally a cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and coffee from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France.
Pirates’ King

Pirates’ King



Belem is a three-masted barque from France. She was originally a
cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and coffee
from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France.



Pirates’ King


Pirates' king — Pirates’ King Belem is a three-masted barque...

ships ahoy!



ships ahoy!

пятница, 22 июля 2016 г.

Naval Architecture

pirates-king:
“Pirates’ King Esmeralda:
Construction began in Cádiz, Spain, in 1946. She was intended to become Spain’s national training ship. During her construction in 1947 the yard in which she was being built suffered catastrophic explosions,...

Esmeralda:

Construction began in Cádiz, Spain, in 1946. She was intended to become
Spain’s national training ship. During her construction in 1947 the yard
in which she was being built suffered catastrophic explosions, which
damaged the ship and placed the yard on the brink of bankruptcy. Work on
the ship was temporarily halted. In 1950 Chile and Spain entered into
negotiations in which Spain offered to repay debts incurred to Chile as a
result of the Spanish Civil War in the form of manufactured products,
including the not yet completed Esmeralda. Chile accepted the offer and
the ship was formally transferred to the ownership of Chile in 1951.



Pirates’ King

Naval Architecture — pirates-king: Pirates’ King Esmeralda:...

Kaiwo Maru (海王丸 Kaiō-Maru) Is a Japanese...

Kaiwo Maru
(海王丸 Kaiō-Maru)
Is a Japanese four-masted training barque tall ship. She was built in 1989 to replace a 1930 ship of the same name.[3] She is 110.09 m (361.2 ft) overall, with a beam of 13.80 m (45.3 ft) and a depth of 10.70 m (35.1 ft)....

Pirates' king — Kaiwo Maru (海王丸 Kaiō-Maru) Is a Japanese...

ships ahoy!



ships ahoy!

ships ahoy!



ships ahoy!

ships ahoy!



ships ahoy!

четверг, 21 июля 2016 г.

Naval Architecture — travelless: Wind’s bride

travelless:
“Wind’s bride
”

Naval Architecture — travelless: Wind’s bride

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

Naval Architecture



Naval Architecture

A Sailor Boy

pedralazulli:
“ by Fedorenko Gennady
”

A Sailor Boy

A Sailor Boy



A Sailor Boy

Fighting Naturalist

njnavyguy:
“
Naval History & Heritage Command
USS Delaware became the first ship in the Western Hemisphere to be dry docked ‪#‎OTD‬ in 1833, at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) in Portsmouth, Va. ‪#‎HistoryMatters‬
Read why this was such a significant...

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aloftonthefore: San Salvador Photo credit:... - Dear Old Vessels

aloftonthefore:
“San Salvador
Photo credit: Maritime Museum of San Diego
”

aloftonthefore: San Salvador Photo credit:... - Dear Old Vessels

150 лет первому сражению броненосных флотов - Записки Обывателя



В
этот день в 1866 году состоялось морское сражение у Лиссы (сейчас - о-в
Вис, Хорватия). Первое в истории морское сражение паровых броненосных
флотов (хотя в нем принимали участие и деревянные корабли) - в отличии
от речного боя одиночных "Мерримака"
и "Монитора". Австрийцы (7 броненосцев, 7 винтовых деревянных единиц)
разбили итальянцев (12 броненосцев, 6 винтовых деревянных кораблей),
потопив таранным ударом флагманский броненосец противника (командующий
итальянским флотом - Персано - «предусмотрительно» заранее перешел на
другой корабль - "Аффондаторе", не спустив свой флаг на "Ре д'Италии").
Еще один итальянский броненосец - "Палестро" - взорвался из-за пожара в
конце сражения, а "Аффондаторе" затонул уже в своей базе.
Отставание
артиллерии в развитии привело к тому, что на море вернулись к тактике
древности – таранам! До Цусимского сражения на кораблях английского
флота имелось оснащение для абордажа. Через 30 лет корабельные пушки
вернули себе утраченные позиции, но ненадолго – на подходе уже были
подводные лодки и авиация. А итальянцы, потерпев поражение, решили пойти
своим путем - торпедные катера, сверхмалые подлодки и "люди-лягушки"
(хотя строили и линкоры и крейсера) и, надо признать, добились на этом
пути успехов в 1-й и 2-й мировых войнах!

150 лет первому сражению броненосных флотов - Записки Обывателя