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He shipped as a seaman on a freighter carrying planes , tanks , guns and many
tons of TNT to Russia in order to get the material for “ There Go the Ships . ” On
his return home he attended one of the Maritime Commission's schools for
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There Go the Ships

This is a new release of the original 1942 edition.

Author: Robert Carse

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ISBN: 9781494026349

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This is a new release of the original 1942 edition.


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Do you mean to say that there are never more ships go there in the course of
three tides than can be loaded in three days ? –There are , sometimes . 834. Is
not that what you understand by loading in their turns ? —Yes ; but at Sunderland
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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the Coal Trade (Port of London) Bill

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Deep Six ; There Go the Ships Carter . HMS Rodney at War Chapin . 5th Marine
Division in WWII Chapman . The Jungle is Neutral Chatterton . Severns Saga
Chung . Between Two Fires Clowes Naval Pocket Book - All Cocker . Destroyers
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Ronald Morton Or the Fire Ships

The end dropped some way from the stern of the ship; it seemed a question
whether it was within reach of those whose ... “There goes the brave ship, and
there go my gallant captain and worthy comrades,” cried Pedro Alvarez, wringing
his ...

Author: William H. G. Kingston

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 386195298X

Category: Fiction

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Reprint of the adventure novel originally published in 1880.



Soviet Literature

1933 ) THE CAPTAIN ' S SHIPS • To Pablo Neruda There go the grey - haired
captain ' s ships . . . They put off from their piersthe piers Where barefoot
childhood loved to wander And where a bifurcated sun Beat from the seaside
urchins ...

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Unpathed Waters

He must often have said to himself “ but for the Grace of God there go l ' when
ships foundered on uncharted rocks ... Nevertheless , the voyage gives us an
insight into the everyday workings of a sailing ship in the days when sailing was
for ...

Author: William Huddart

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There Are Good Ships

tried to sleep. An early start was needed in the morning to get back across to
Papeete for yet more repairs. Unfortunately, the on-board laptop had finally given
up the ghost, so Ian was tasked with trying to find a shop to mend it. This proved
to ...

Author: Lindsey Davis

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483609219

Category: Travel

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Author is such a grand title and one for which I do not feel at all worthy. Instead, I would consider myself an adventurer with a pen and notebook. My adventurous spirit started way back when I was just seven years old and found myself plonked on the back of a rather large pony called Dawn. I had pestered my parents for horse-riding lessons, and now I sat shivering with fear and contemplating the sanity of my demands. As a shy, reticent, little girl, I did not have the courage to say actually I do not like this. So week after week, month after month, little by little, I lost my fear, and an adventurous spirit was born with me. Of course, horse riding has little to do with sailing, but for me, the experience of the former gave me the courage for the latter. Riding an unpredictable, frisky, jumpy mare has many parallels to sailing an unpredictable, frisky, jumpy yacht. Believe me when I tell you a yacht has a mind of its own. Sailing fi rst entered my life in my teens when I had the privilege to crew on the Th ames sailing barge Th alatta. In my twenties, I became a deck monkey on friends yachts and enjoyed the thrill of racing in the Solent on the south coast of England. I gained my Competent Crew certifi cate whilst taking part in the Baltic leg of the Tall Ships Race. Working as a secretary for the army at the time, I was invited to join the crew on Sail Training Yacht British Soldier, a magnifi cent 55-foot Camper & Nicholson. I briefl y co-owned a small day-sailor Pindari and cut my teeth on the perils of crossing the busiest shipping lane in the world, the English Channel. Sailing took a back seat in my early forties when I was gripped by the travelling bug. I had Australia in my sights, and I spent many a happy month soaking up the sights, sounds, and sheer vastness of that wonderful continent.I realised then that the world has a lot more to off er me. Yearning for more, I was a great believer in the saying a change is as good as a rest. I had been a secretary, a personal assistant, a hairdresser, and a professional tennis coach and have recently qualifi ed as an approved driving instructor. I was a highly profi cient horse rider, a crazy snow skier, a scuba-diver, and a tennis player. What more could I possibly achieve? Well, I have just added to that list a circumnavigator.

The Girl Who Dreamed of Ships

I thought they'd soon forget and go on with the ceremony. There wasn't much time
to look for a hiding place. I'd hardly gone ten steps when someone saw me and
shouted for the others. “There goes the cabin lad. Grab him! He can be the first.

Author: Beverly Scofield

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469165422

Category: Fiction

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This is a tale about a girls dream and how she makes it come true through her own actions. She is brave, she is undoubtedly bolder than is good for her, and she achieves incredible rewards for the risks she takes. Her success is linked irrevocably to how she relates to the people who surround herand without them none of it would have been possible. Samantha Jones is a girl with a passion for ships, and she has always dreamed of going to sea. Fed by stories her uncle told since she was a little child, her dream takes her into adventures little girls rarely get to experience. Against all odds, she braves repeated rejections until, by dint of her own ingenuity, boldness and wit, she wangles a job as cabin boy on The Lady Leeward, a clipper ship engaged in trade with the Far East. The book is not an account of day-to-day life aboard ship, of the command structure or even how the sailors perform their tasks. Rather, it touches mainly on events as they involve Samantha, such as her visits when the ship makes landfall and the people who make each stop memorable. It is clear from the start that Samantha might be in over her head, though she doesnt understand this point at the time. Each day of the voyage brings her up against something thought provoking, and puzzling them out is her main occupation. At times she stumbles, for instance, over how it feels to go against so many of her mothers prohibitions. At others, her attempts to figure out how to relate to her new found shipboard friends bear confusing fruit. Always and in everything she tries to do, her deception looms over her, threatening impending discovery and the end of her dream. The tale of her adventures is a multi-layered account of a young girls transformation. Right at the beginning, she changes, almost before your eyes, from a mid-19th century girl into a rather tough-looking young sailor and manages to maintain this charade for an entire ocean voyage to China and backwell, almost all the way back, but that comes later. On the way, she struggles to deal with the guilt of leaving her family, even though she rationalizes that they will be better off without the extra mouth to feed. She also feels guilty for deceiving the people on the ship, since she lives the lie every day, and for her actions when she leaves her friend Michael wondering why she behaves as she does. In the process, she learns that there are consequences to be lived with from these decisions, and the lessons transform her from the child following rules laid down by others into a person of understanding who chooses responsibly for herself. Encountering the seamen aboard ship, entering new places and situations, meeting people with different cultures and languagesall these events change Sam Jones from a nave, unsophisticated city girl into an awakened, enlightened, world traveler. As important as it is, the physical transformation that turns a girl into a woman is almost lost to notice amid all the adventures she experiences. At the end of her adventures, Sam, her dream fulfilled, is happy to be Samantha Jones once again--and more than ready to meet whatever life brings her way. Samantha dreams, Shell always have dreams, And the ship will still fly with the wind.

Ships Ports and Pilots

place amongst those parts owner shall wish to go . And if that pilot shall say that
there is no place amongst those parts , where the managing owner wishes to go
or shall have let his ship go for freight , which he does not know thoroughly , and
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Author: Roger Clancy

Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub

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There Goes the Ships

There Goes the Ships describes most of the distinguished ships on the St. Lawrence route from early times, and the story of ships is as colourful as the story of men.

Author: Archibald MacMechan

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ISBN: 9781706786016

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There Goes the Ships describes most of the distinguished ships on the St. Lawrence route from early times, and the story of ships is as colourful as the story of men. Anyone who has crossed the North Atlantic from Canada will find entertainment in the volume. But the economic historian will also find facts of general interest. Some light is particularly thrown on the growth of Canadian trade and its character. Although There Go the Ships is a book of entertainment, in it the author displays an almost ascetic resolve not to let his imagination run, not to embroider the tale. For a record of one phase of Canadian life, of value for all time, use of this method may produce the best results.