Pages tagged with Ships

Fathom sphere spills out over the ocean, swirling winds, and storm reform where the modern cruise ship plunder the waters under camouflage veil, luxurious cruise liners Sail amidst the straights and blustery gale.
About the desolation of the world when greed by few overcomes all creating disaster just as happened on Atlantis...with a few embellishments here and there....a laugh a minute...or maybe a cry... dedicated to all the misbegotten heads and would be heads of states
I have been away from Wikinut for a while as I was preoccupied with writing my children's book and getting it published. Now my friends at Wikinut can see the fruit of my labor. I am the first Indian to publish a children's book for American children.
Battleships once dominated the largest navies such as the Royal Navy and the Imperial German Navy. Battleships were once made of wood, although the first modern battleships were constructed of steel and remained the front line of naval battles some way into the 20th century. As such, ...
The Britannic was another of White Star's Olympic-class ocean liners. A gigantic ship that was in most respects comparable to the Titanic, with an extravagant interior décor. The Britannic ocean liner dates from 1911 – 1916.
There have been a number of large ships, either military or civilian, which have been lost at sea. These include ocean liners and battleships. However, underwater expeditions have rediscovered the wrecks of some of the following famous ships.
In the final decades of the 19th century the German Empire embarked on naval expansion. The Imperial German Navy added new ships to its fleets, and later dreadnought battleships. Germany also invested in new ocean liners, among them was Norddeutscher Lloyd's Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse.
In the early 20th century Germanic ocean liners had emerged as the fastest ships for transatlantic crossings. Among them was the Deutschland which has set a Blue Riband record. Britannia supposedly 'ruled the waves,' and certainly British ocean liners were still the largest. But Cunar...
This article covers how the Lusitania ocean liner sank.
A variety of ocean liners have been lost at sea, ranging in size and scale. Some of the largest and fastest constructed have been among them. These are a few of the liners that were lost in the seas and oceans.
This article covers the design and construction of the Lusitania.
White Star Line had some of the largest ocean liners in the 19th and early 20th century. These ocean liners transported thousands to America, and there were a few that didn't. Although not always the fastest, the WS ocean liners remained at the forefront of sea transport until the com...
A brief history of Cunard's Lusitania ocean liner.
The 20th century was one in which the ocean liners flourished, but then declined as larger passenger aircraft 'took off.' At the beginning of the century ocean liners were the only way to travel overseas, and White Star, Cunard and others designed a range of large and extravagant ship...
In the early 20th century, there were a number of liners constructed by White Star and Cunard Line. However, in the latter half of the 20th century the ships declined as passenger aircraft took off. Despite this, there were still some great liners constructed after the 1950s. These ar...
A brief history of the Kaiser-class ocean liners.
A brief history of the Olympic's design and construction.
The Titanic was one of the largest ships of the 20th century, and the largest of its time in 1912. The liner could accommodate thousands of passengers, and did so on its maiden voyage to America. Of course, the voyage fell short of its destination as icebergs ensured its premature dem...
it is the Venice of the east. the blue sea adorned the land and lull it always in its passionate waves. in my childhood the sea was honoured with a bridge made of cast iron. but now it is ruined and decanted a painful memory
Clive Palmer announced that he had signed a memorandum of understanding with state-owned Chinese company CSC Jinling Shipyard to build Titanic II. Mr. Palmer called the project “a tribute to the spirit of the men and women who worked on the original Titanic.” More than 1,500 peopl...
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In many countries, their laws only appear on paper, and their politicians are shouting like mad people. Please do your own research.
I have never been on a ship cruise, that experience is on my bucket list and I wonder how I would find it when the time comes
Imagination can run wild as mine does...perhaps foretelling end of world...perhaps madness creeping through..all and nothing at all for me...enjoy
Mysteries have always fascinated man. Bermuda Triangle presents another enigma that swallows entire ships and any aircraft flying in the air above. Here we examine another case of missing aircraft and solve the mystery.
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