Ships Used In The Civil War

Ships Used In The Civil War

Civil war organizes by a group fighting against the other country or region that aims to take control and change the policies by the government. People who join fight like this sometimes want to hear what they wish to force the person on the throne to make what they want to happen. … Read more

Docking A Boat: What You Need To Know

Boats Near Dock

Docking a boat pulls your vessel up with full force to a dock by making a parallel position using a rope. It is to secure the ship that will not move to its place to make it the people get easier to step on to the floor. It is essential to know … Read more

How the Sinking of the Titanic Changed Ocean Travel

How the Sinking of the Titanic Changed Ocean Travel

Almost everyone has heard about the ill-fated HMS Titanic that hit an iceberg and sank on April 14-15, 1912. During the time of the disaster, she was known as the world’s largest, most advanced cruise ship and “the safest ship ever built,” making the tragedy outrageously shocking for the whole world. With more … Read more

Sunken Ships That Are Far More Interesting Than the Titanic

Sunken Ships That Are Far More Interesting Than the Titanic

The RMS Titanic may probably the most famous (or infamous) sunken ship in the world. Her ill-fated maiden voyage in 1912 has become legendary over the years, and her legacy has been immortalized in countless books, films, and exhibits. More importantly, the disaster — which caused a huge number of casualties — … Read more

Crazy Historic Sea Voyages

Sea Voyages

For thousands of years men have been exploring the world through sea voyages, and a lot of them have done it in the most crazy way! Check out some of the historic sea voyage. Ernest Shackleton British polar explorer Ernest Shackleton had some of the most incredible sea journeys under extreme circumstances. … Read more

Famous Pirate Ships

Pirate Ships

Here is the list of ships of the history’s most (in)famous swashbucklers and bucaneers. The-Ark-Royal The Ark Royal was an English galleon ordered by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1586. It was first named as “Ark Raleigh” as it was customary to name the ship after its owner. However, she was later purchased … Read more