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Ships Wrecked Cove By Jaz Kalkat
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Paul and Max must raise enough money to pay their rent, while at the same time trying to play their first gig as the band SHIPS WRECKED COVE.
Ships Wrecked Cove By Jaz Kalkat
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Paul and Max must raise enough money to pay their rent, while at the same time trying to play their first gig as the band SHIPS WRECKED COVE.
The Wreck of the Titan By Morgan Robertson
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Futility, or The Wreck of the Titan is Morgan Robertson’s 1898 novella about the unsinkable ship Titan, which goes down after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic. Disgraced former naval... More > lieutenant John Rowland is working as a deckhand on the Titan when it strikes an iceberg and capsizes. Saving the younger daughter of a former lover by jumping onto the iceberg with her, Rowland and his charge are eventually rescued and return to their homes.< Less
Wrecks - A Maltese Collection Book One By Conrad Hadnett
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Accounts of scuba diving my six favourite historical ship wrecks around the Island of Malta. From the HMS Maori to the Margit all these dive involve seeing and touching real history.
The Wreck of the Grosvenor : Volume I (Illustrated) By William Clark Russell
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“There was every appearance of a south-westerly wind. The coast of France, which had been standing high and shining upon the horizon on the port bow, and so magnified by the clear northerly air... More > that you could discern, even at that distance, the dim emerald sheen of the upper slopes and the streaky shadows thrown by projecting points and elbows on the white ground, was fast fading, though the sun still stood within an hour of its setting beyond the bleak Foreland. The north wind, which had rattled us with an acre of foam at our bows right away down the river, and had now brought us well abreast of the Gull lightship, was dropping fast. There was barely enough air to keep the royals full, and the ship's number, which I had just hoisted at the peak—a string of gaudy flags which made a brilliant figure against the white canvas of the spanker—shook their folds sluggishly.”< Less
The Wreck of the Grosvenor : Volume II (Illustrated) By William Clark Russell
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“There was every appearance of a south-westerly wind. The coast of France, which had been standing high and shining upon the horizon on the port bow, and so magnified by the clear northerly air... More > that you could discern, even at that distance, the dim emerald sheen of the upper slopes and the streaky shadows thrown by projecting points and elbows on the white ground, was fast fading, though the sun still stood within an hour of its setting beyond the bleak Foreland. The north wind, which had rattled us with an acre of foam at our bows right away down the river, and had now brought us well abreast of the Gull lightship, was dropping fast. There was barely enough air to keep the royals full, and the ship's number, which I had just hoisted at the peak—a string of gaudy flags which made a brilliant figure against the white canvas of the spanker—shook their folds sluggishly.”< Less
The Wreck of the Grosvenor : Volume III (Illustrated) By William Clark Russell
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“There was every appearance of a south-westerly wind. The coast of France, which had been standing high and shining upon the horizon on the port bow, and so magnified by the clear northerly air... More > that you could discern, even at that distance, the dim emerald sheen of the upper slopes and the streaky shadows thrown by projecting points and elbows on the white ground, was fast fading, though the sun still stood within an hour of its setting beyond the bleak Foreland. The north wind, which had rattled us with an acre of foam at our bows right away down the river, and had now brought us well abreast of the Gull lightship, was dropping fast. There was barely enough air to keep the royals full, and the ship's number, which I had just hoisted at the peak—a string of gaudy flags which made a brilliant figure against the white canvas of the spanker—shook their folds sluggishly.”< Less
Corolla Ghost Ship By Roger Harris
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Shipwreck of unknown origin, determined, by archaeologist to be dated from 1600 to 1650
Wreck Diving in Southern Queensland 4th Edition By Trevor Jackson
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Adventure and discovery in Australia's Coral Sea. A comprehensive guide for diving the undersea ships of Southern Queensland. Accurate descriptions of ships history, depth, site conditions and exact... More > GPS positions. Updated fourth edition< Less
Wreck Diving in Southern Queensland 4th Edition By Trevor Jackson
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Adventure and discovery in Australia's Coral Sea. A comprehensive guide for diving the undersea ships of Southern Queensland. Accurate descriptions of ships history, depth, site conditions and exact... More > GPS positions. Updated fourth edition< Less