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M L T Issue #32

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SEA BASS
On the West Coast of Brittany, France, the Raz de Sein is a treacherous stretch of water beset with swift-moving currents and large sea swells. Despite the hazards some fishermen, working alone in high-powered boats, manoeuvre in amongst the rocks in a search of one of the world's maritime delicacies - the sea bass.
Gilles Bernard

ROALD AMUNDSEN, GJOA, AND THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE
For centuries explorers searched for a way through the ice at the 'top of the world'. But the Northwest Passage proved elusive until about 100 years ago, when the Norwegian, Roald Amundsen, completed a three-year journey on board the sloop Gjoa.
James P. Delgado

PIONEER
Built in 1864 by Peter Harris of Rowhedge, Suffolk, the first-class smack Pioneer had a long, hard-working life before sinking off West Mersea in 1942. There she lay, quietly deteriorating in the mud, until 1998 when Brian Kennell, Rupert Marks, and Shaun White decided to salvage what is now the last remaining Essex 'Skillinger'.
Brian Kennell

CENTENNIAL OF TOCONDEROGA AND THE STEAMBOATS OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN
The steamer Ticonderoga carried passengers between ports on Lake Champlain from 1906 to 1953. In 1955 she was moved overland to Shelburne, Vermont, where she was restored to her 1923 condition. Today visitors can explore her decks and relive the days of regular lake transport.
Douglas Brooks

MARITIME CURIOSITITES IN BOTTLES
For nearly three hundreds years art in bottles has charmed and fascinated - enjoyed both for its simple beauty and intricate engineering.
Louis Arthur Norton

 

 

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