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Voyages: Stories of Ocean Exploration By Nicole Clark
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The mysteries of the ocean have captivated the human imagination since the beginning of time. From sailing towards what lies beyond the horizon to discovering what swims in the deep, explorers and... More > artists alike have drawn inspiration from the waters that cover so much of our planet’s surface. Including works by HG Wells and Jack London, this collection aims to explore just a small fraction of the writing, both fiction and non-fiction, that has been created in response to this fascination.< Less
Orelda and Corelda's Ocean Voyage By Leslie Nazarian & George Nazarian
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Cruise Ship books for kids! Children's book about going on a cruise ship. Cruise vacation souvenir books for children taking an oceanliner family vacation. Family vacation books. Set sail to the... More > Caribbean Islands with Orelda and Corelda on a high seas adventure! The sisters board the S.S. Rottensteamer with no idea that a friend from school is also on the ship. When they accidentally bump into each other, the trick playing begins. Join in the fun as Orelda and Corelda try to trick Oradillo, and Oradillo tries to play tricks on the girls. In addition to tricks, there are plenty of treats in this second book in the series! For ages 5-10. Visit OreldaCorelda.com for more fun and games about cruise ships for kids.< Less
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"Océan" By isabelle avanzini "IsA" écrivain poète
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Un voyage où l'amphore et le calice se rencontrent sur les rives de l'océan.Poésie en prose d'IsA Isabelle AVANZINI artiste poète professionnelle.La sensibilité et... More > le charme féminin transforment les caractères et libèrent l'esprit par la passion.< Less
Oceanic Crossings By Joseph L'Episcopo
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The second volume in the three-part White Star Line saga and exciting follow-on novel to ONE FINAL VOYAGE. It is the autumn of 1937. R.M.S. TITANIC has been retired after a career of twenty-five... More > years. White Star is introducing a trio of new super-liners. But they are not content to be the dominant company ON the Atlantic. They are offering travelers an opportunity to soar ABOVE it as well. But there are those who whish to see this marvelous new enterprise come to an early end and will stop at nothing to do so. Join a team of designers and engineers from the new Harland & Wolff Aircraft Division as they study a trail of clues leading from Belfast, to Manchester, to Liverpool. The story takes you to the rocky coast of Maine, the snowy streets of Saint-Petersburg, Russia as well as on, and over the North Atlantic. Experience a time that never was; where technology combines with nautical tradition; when up-to-date voyagers might select a fantastic new means in which to undertake their OCEANIC CROSSINGS.< Less
Oceanic Crossings By Joseph L'Episcopo
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The second volume in the three-part White Star Line saga and exciting follow-on novel to ONE FINAL VOYAGE. It is the autumn of 1937. R.M.S. TITANIC has been retired after a career of twenty-five... More > years. White Star is introducing a trio of new super-liners. But they are not content to be the dominant company ON the Atlantic. They are offering travelers an opportunity to soar ABOVE it as well. But there are those who whish to see this marvelous new enterprise come to an early end and will stop at nothing to do so. Join a team of designers and engineers from the new Harland & Wolff Aircraft Division as they study a trail of clues leading from Belfast, to Manchester, to Liverpool. The story takes you to the rocky coast of Maine, the snowy streets of Saint-Petersburg, Russia as well as on, and over the North Atlantic. Experience a time that never was; where technology combines with nautical tradition; when up-to-date voyagers might select a fantastic new means in which to undertake their OCEANIC CROSSINGS.< Less
Oceanic Crossings By Joseph L'Episcopo
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The second volume in the three-part White Star Line saga and exciting follow-on novel to ONE FINAL VOYAGE. It is the autumn of 1937. R.M.S. TITANIC has been retired after a career of twenty-five... More > years. White Star is introducing a trio of new super-liners. But they are not content to be the dominant company ON the Atlantic. They are offering travelers an opportunity to soar ABOVE it as well. But there are those who whish to see this marvelous new enterprise come to an early end and will stop at nothing to do so. Join a team of designers and engineers from the new Harland & Wolff Aircraft Division as they study a trail of clues leading from Belfast, to Manchester, to Liverpool. The story takes you to the rocky coast of Maine, the snowy streets of Saint-Petersburg, Russia as well as on, and over the North Atlantic. Experience a time that never was; where technology combines with nautical tradition; when up-to-date voyagers might select a fantastic new means in which to undertake their OCEANIC CROSSINGS.< Less
The Voyage Out By Virginia Woolf
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The Voyage Out is the first novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1915 by Duckworth; and published in the US in 1920 by Doran.Woolf began work on The Voyage Out in 1910 and had finished an early... More > draft by 1912. The novel had a long and difficult gestation and was not published until 1915. It was written during a period in which Woolf was especially psychologically vulnerable. She suffered from periods of depression and at one point attempted suicide. The resultant work contained the seeds of all that would blossom in her later work: the innovative narrative style, the focus on feminine consciousness, sexuality and death.In 1981, Louise DeSalvo published an alternate version of The Voyage Out featuring its original title, Melymbrosia. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Voyage_Out Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
" Galyfreae Voyages " By St-John Dick
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Galyfreae Voyages – A modern day quest to complete the ancient prophesy of The Tree of Life. When you are told from a young age that you have one single destiny to fulfil, then you do it. This... More > is how St-John Dick approached the voyage aboard the 28’ sloop Galyfreae to complete the ancient Celtic legend of The Tree of Life. Born of an old Druidic family he was the last of a long line of ancestors who determined that one day the Tree of Life would be replanted and the remains of Mithrus returned to his rightful resting place. The journey was arduous, the Indian Ocean had its own psychological darkness, and the wrath of Coriakin foamed its warning through the thick dark fog. From Australia to Norway and then to the last of the ancient henges on a small Atlantic island, saw the quest complete, and as the clocks ticked over to the millennium, already the seed of change was growing.< Less
A Voyage in the Sunbeam By Annie Brassey
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Anna "Annie" Brassey (née Allnutt), Baroness Brassey (1839 – 1887) was an English traveller and writer. Her bestselling book A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for... More > Eleven Months was published in 1878. As a young woman, she also suffered from severe burns when she stood too close to a fireplace and her skirt caught fire; it took six months for her to recover. In 1860, she married the English Member of Parliament Thomas Brassey, with whom she lived near his Hastings constituency. The couple had five children together before they travelled aboard their luxury yacht Sunbeam. A Voyage in the Sunbeam, describing their journey round the world in 1876-77 with a complement of 43, including family, friends and crew,[6] ran through many English editions and was translated into at least five other languages. Her accounts of later voyages include Sunshine and Storm in the East (1880);[7] In the Trades, the Tropics, and the Roaring Forties (1885); and The Last Voyage (1889, published posthumously).< Less

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