Search Results: 'mooring chains'

Search

×
×
×
×
7 results for "mooring chains"
Mooring Design Physical & Empirical Data: Vessel & Ship Characteristics, Mooring Lines & Chain Buoys, Anchors & Riser Type Mooring Systems By Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Paperback: $39.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
This design manual is one of a series developed from an evaluation of facilities in the shore establishment, from surveys of the availability of new materials and construction methods, and from... More > selection of the best design practices of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, other Government agencies, and the private sector. This manual uses, to the maximum extent feasible, national professional society, association and institute standards in accordance with NAVFACENGCOM policy. Deviations from these criteria should not be made without prior approval of NAVFACENGCOM Headquarters (Code 04). Design cannot remain static any more than can the naval functions it serves or the technologies it uses. Accordingly, recommendations for improvement are encouraged from within the Navy and from the private sector and should be furnished to Commanding Officer, Chesapeake Division (Code 406),< Less
Chain Reaction By Iris Wei
Paperback: $3.20
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(1 Ratings)
When Alex Moore dies, and the whole school is buzzing about the death, okay that's kind of weird. When Kira Scott dies a few days later, Jordyn starts to suspect something a bit fishy. Then, when... More > Sophia Belle, the most popular girl in school dies, something is definitely up. Will Jordyn, with the help of Abigail, her best friend, uncover the truth? Or is it just a Chain Reaction?< Less
From Chains of Hell to Change of Heart By Melanie Ann Moore
Paperback: $13.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
From Chains of Hell to Change of Heart is a personal success story intended for those seeking peace by overcoming life’s challenges. Being faced with trial after trial, Melanie turns to the... More > Savior for guidance and discovers truth. Unlike other self-help books, it does not dwell on negative behaviors or teach mechanical approaches to change. As Melanie overcomes personal doubts and fears she loses all desire to think and act in old ways. By accepting the blessings of the atonement, she finds peace through repentance and forgiveness, making progress and no longer living in darkness. As the reader journeys through this compelling story, they are introduced to inspired insights that stimulate personal introspection, as Melanie builds her house upon the rock of truth, recognizing and overcoming Satan’s lies.< Less
The Story of Ganador By Norma Grimes
Paperback: List Price: $12.69 $10.79 | You Save: 15%
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(1 Ratings)
In March 1980 musician Norma Grimes opened her mail and read an advert that was to change her life. Ganador V State registered Spanish Stallion Baroque lines. She found him in a Gypsy's scrap yard,... More > stabled and chained in a ramshackle cabin and fell hopelessly in love. Ganador's amazing story is woven together from scrap yard to his new life on the enchanting Yorkshire Moors then back to his dazzling origins in Seville. She takes her readers on a magical journey into the world of Kingly Spanish horses and Portuguese Master trainers including Nuno Olivera. You will never forget Ganador, a magnificent battle horse bred to carry a king but born in the wrong century. This book is history. A story that proves that fairy tales really can come true.< Less
Captain James Wimble of Hastings, Sussex County, England: American Merchant, Founder, and Privateer By Baylus C. Brooks
Paperback: $9.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
From the author of Blackbeard Reconsidered! James Wimble was best known for his map of the Lower Cape Fear Region in 1733, and especially for his final map of 1738. Wimble saved the fledgling port... More > town of Wilmington, North Carolina from certain ruin. As Alan D. Watson, in Wilmington, North Carolina, to 1861 put it, Wimble “no doubt was the prime instigator of the new town.” Londoners would remember him for his exploits as a privateer in the War of Jenkins Ear, in the 1740’s. Many of the British local “rags” describe him as taking prizes of great “burthen” and “rich cargo.” These exciting times for English readers proved less than exuberant for Wimble, however. What we know of him during that time mostly comes from British records. His wife died, he lost an arm to chain shot in 1742, and later, almost his life while chasing down a Spanish ship through the Florida Keys in a ship that he named “Revenge.” In his final days, James Wimble went back to London to engage in the timber trade.< Less
Age Verification Required
Age Verification Required