The Oxford companion to ships & the sea

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Oxford University Press, 1976 - History - 972 pages
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In this addition, the Companion includes surveys of marine designers, engineers, and inventors, language and lore, the developments and principles of shipbuilding, navigation, diving, yachting, technical terms, and many other aspects of the sea world.

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An absorbing reference work of the sea and the men who sail on it. Read full review

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User Review  - Marc - Goodreads

Really fun to read...makes a good bathroom book even if you only wish you were salty enough to refer to your bathroom as "the head." Entries on famous admirals and sea battles with a touch of ... Read full review

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