Category Archives: shipwrecks
When one thinks of “Pirates” they immediately conjure up the image portrayed by Disney and fabled adventure books of either Captain Hook and Tinker Bell, or Johnny Depp and the “Pirates of the Carribean”. Pirates of the Carribbean is by … Continue reading
HMB Endeavour In-Depth: The Great Cabin The HMB Endeavour is the official “replica” of the original of Captain Cook‘s ship, the HMS Endeavour. It was the HMS that was used to sail from England to study of the transit of … Continue reading
Archaeological dig reveals hundreds of objects, from six oak-tree boats to a bowl of food Dalya Alberge, The Observer, Sunday 4 December 2011 Crossposted on this site by WordPress “Press This” application Article history The smallest of six oak boats … Continue reading
HMB Endeavour ReplicaEagle Pier, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia HMS Endeavour * 1764 – 1778 * Royal Navy, Plymouth, Great Britain * The HMS Endeavor, also known as the “HM Bark Endeavor”, was built by Thomas Fishburn Whitby for the Royal Navy … Continue reading
During the coarse of the Gulf Oil Spill Disaster, various articles where published mentioning concerns that the general news overlooked. Impact on Cultural resources. Here are some archived references and links to them. Important stuff to know and disseminate.
18th-Century Ship Found at Trade Center Site In the middle of tomorrow, a great ribbed ghost has emerged from a distant yesterday. On Tuesday morning, workers excavating the site of the underground vehicle security center for the future World Trade … Continue reading