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1. Panama Gold Monkey Decoration
(Matching tags: craft,gold)
The birthday present to President Chiang Kai-shek, giving by Lu Cham Tao, the Trustee of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Panama, on November 7, 1969 ......  
2. War Canoe
(Matching tags: craft,canoe)
The war canoe made by the Maori in New Zealand is the largest in the world. It was built in 1940 in remembrance of the centenary signing of Waitangi Treaty. Its design, material and construction method ...
3. Icebreaker
(Matching tags: craft,work boat)
The main purpose of an icebreaker is to plough through ice in rivers, harbors, and polar regions to open a path for the navigation or material supply of other ships. Every icebreaker has a strengthened ...
4. Principal Particulars of Western Offshore NO. VIII
(Matching tags: work boat,craft)
This offshore drilling vessel has a combined bridge and forecastle, as well as a helicopter deck and all the other appurtenances of offshore oil drilling. It is capable of drilling in water 600 feet deep, ...
5. Multi-purpose Service Boat
(Matching tags: craft,work boat)
This steel-hulled vessel is driven by two sets of 350 horsepower diesel engines, and its twin propellers can turn horizontally through a full 360 degrees. Operated by a central control system, this steel-shell ...
6. Lien-Hua, a 46 Foot Powered Sailing Vessel
(Matching tags: craft,cruise liner,yacht)
Yachts are mainly used for recreation, tourism, exercise or competition. The yacht building business in Taiwan is famous throughout the world. The production amount of Mega yachts in 2005 was the fifth ...
7. The "Amphion"
(Matching tags: craft,cruise liner)
This tall, graceful and speedy two-masted schooner was built in 1778 in Djurgarden, Stockholm for the use and enjoyment of King Gustave , the first naval architect to reduce hull construction to precise ...
8. Gondola
(Matching tags: craft,cruise liner,gondola)
The Gondola is a flat-bottomed boat propelled by a single oar. Gondolas are most often seen in the canals of Venice , Italy , expertly maneuvered by their operator scalled Gondoliers. The Gondola pictured ...
9. The "Yacht Mary"
(Matching tags: craft,cruise liner)
Built in the Netherlands for the Dutch East India Company in 1660, the Yacht Mary was presented as a gift to King Charles II of England . As the distinctive leeboards indicate, Yacht Mary was built especially ...
10. The "Royal Caroline"
(Matching tags: craft,cruise liner)
Built in 1749 at a shipyard in Deptford , England , an industrial area southeast of London , the elegantly appointed Royal Caroline was designed for the British royal family. Her long and venerable career ...
11. Tamshui Sampan Boat
(Matching tags: craft,fishing boat)
Tamshui River was once the only river in Taiwan with inland river shipping. Land transportation wasnt as convenient in those days; as a result shipping on the Tamshui River flourished. The Tamshui Sampan ...
12. Principal Particulars of 28,000 DWMT Bulk Carrier
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,cargo ship)
The engines of this older style bulk cargo carrier built in the shipyards of Taiwan develop 11550 brake horse power to achieve a cruising speed of 15 knots. Her cruising range is 18000 miles. She uses ...
13. The "Royal Viking Sea"
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,passenger liner)
Remodeled in 1982, this Norwegian passenger liner is owned by the Royal Viking Line and regularly cruises the “inside passenger” on Canada s west coast, north as far as Juneau , Alaska . Royal ...
14. Yamato-I Superconducted Electromagnet-propelled Boat
(Matching tags: steamship,battleship,craft)
This prototype ship is propelled by superconductor electromagnetic thrusters that displace water astern with a powerful magnetic field. The thrusters are silent and produce no vibration. Designed and built ...
15. Liberty Ships
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,cargo)
During the Second World War, the United States built a huge fleet of cargo ships to join the submarine-harried convoys transporting food, soldiers and war materials across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans ...
16. RMS Britannia
(Matching tags: craft,steamship)
HMS Britannia was built by Cunard to sail the lucrative routes between Europe and North America . In addition to her sail power, Britannias coal –burning engines developed 740 horsepower, enough ...
17. The "Titanic"
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,passenger liner)
The Titanic was the largest ship ever built when she was launched in 1912, and was considered unsinkable. However, after just 3 days on her maiden voyage across the north Atlantic , at 11:30 P.M. on April ...
18. The "Queen Mary"
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,passenger liner)
Built at the River Clyde shipyards in Glasgow , Scotland , for many years the majestic Queen Mary was the largest and fastest ocean liner afloat. She is over 1000 feet long and in her day could cruise ...
19. Principal Particulars of 100,000 DWMT Bulk Carrier
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,oil tanker)
Main Engine Type: TMMC-Sulzer 6 RTA 76 Max Output Continuous Rating: 20730 BHP at 92 RPM. Normal Output:19372BHP at 88.8RPM. Speed: Trial 15.5 Knots. Service 14.5 Knots. Cruising Range: 14200 miles. Ships ...
20. Container Ship
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,container ship)
Container ships have the highest efficiency among all cargo vessels for shipping. The transportation system utilizing the container ship involves packing cargo, putting it into standardized containers, ...
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