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    Once upon a time, in Manitowoc, WI, there was a ship that had been in WWII, and needless to say, it was more than something to be freaked out about. This ship was over 50 years old, it had algae all over the exterior of the ship. The metal on it was all rusted out, to put kindly, it was a mess. Rob Lawrence, a professional ship tourist was in the area to check this boat out, not only for the history of it, but for the supernatural disturbances he has been informed about. Rob and his partner, George

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    INTRODUCTION “The world is in turmoil,” at least that is what the media projected. But it was true; there was a major problem with the world on that autumn morning in September 11th. “The mighty have fallen,” was heard elsewhere as this great nation of America felt it’s first real attack since December 7, 1945 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. As all of the nations of the world sat slacked jawed and paralyzed, the American media worked at a feverish pace to inform all what had just happened

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    day as the number of sailing ships is continuously increasing. Technology advancement has helped large ships to sail at amazing speeds. But in this case with an increase in traffic and speed, the risk of accidents has also increased drastically. The ship collision is a common accident in the sea by many kind of ships that results from crashing into a still or floating object. In my own explanation collision defined as the change in structural properties of a ship as a result of an impact with

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    The Arrival There have been many reports on an island, often visited by hunters, regarding cannibalism. In this news article, these concerns as well as secrets will be addressed. I will share with you my adventure to the Ship-Trap Island. I have traveled to the island on September 5th through September 12th. I was accompanied by a very intelligent and experienced hunter named Rainsford. On our first day, we boarded a boat filled with necessities for the trip. It took us 3 whole days to get to the

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    A Memorable Cruise Ship

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    as I found my way off the bus. The once brisk morning was getting hotter by the second. My friend Kristi and I looked towards our left and there she was, the Norwegian Sea. The cruise liner that we would be on for the next week. It was the biggest ship I had ever seen up close. Ten stories high and nearly 1000 feet long. It had an intimidating presence that took one's breath away. Our parents had arranged for a cruise from Houston, Texas with stops at Cancun and Cozumel, Mexico. Then a one-day

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    The Arrival There have been many reports on an island, often visited by hunters, regarding cannibalism. In this news article, these concerns as well as secrets will be addressed. I will share with you my adventure to the Ship-Trap Island. I have traveled to the island on September 5th through September 12th. I was accompanied by a very intelligent and experienced hunter named Rainsford. On our first day, we boarded a boat filled with necessities for the trip. It took us 3 whole days to get to the

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    Cruises Cruise ships have been around for a little over a century. A cruise ship is a huge boat designed and purposely built for the entertainment of its passengers. Cruise ships travel to vacation destinations and allow its travelers to explore the area. Millions of people invest in the cruise ship industry every year for their vacation needs. Entertaining, feeding, and protecting this many people requires a huge industry with thousands of worker to make everything possible. With so much going

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    Rose’s Journey Upon the Ship of Dreams My journey started when I saw a report on the television. The report was about a picture which the ocean archaeologist’s found. The picture was of me, not now a course but when I was a young teenager. Titanic researchers with the ocean archaeologists were looking for a ruby which was worn by someone on the titanic, they’d been looking for 20 years but now they’d come across a picture of a lady wearing it around her neck. They had found the picture miles

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    Of Pirate Ships and Silver Steeds We poured the foundation yesterday, and now we were pulling the forms off the cement and hauling them out--back onto Ralph, our two-ton truck. The sun beat down. As I bent over to pick up another eight incher I glanced towards the pit. First, came a black bandanna. Next, came protruding straggles of curly blond hair. Then, a grimace and a roll of the eyes--Danny's trademark--appeared as the young man hauled himself out of the hole. Following the head, came a

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    Historical fiction is a type of genre that helps paint a more captivating and colourful picture of the past. It combines fact and fiction as it presents mostly fabricated characters set in a definite period of history. Ship of the Hunted, by Yehuda Elberg, defines this genre as it entwines the lives of a fictional family with historical facts and elements such as life in the Warsaw ghetto, hiding to survive, and the Brichah movement of Jews out of Poland. History has recorded that over half a million

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    A couple of years ago I went on a cruise ship. It was the biggest boat I have ever been on before. It was a Disney cruise ship, too. The boat was so high up from the dock and so long from to end. If you walked around the whole boat twice it was a mile long, that’s insane! The boat felt like a floating paradise. I wish I could have lived on the cruise ship my whole life and never leave. That was the best boat I have I have ever been on withal of the foods, the places we docked, and the dinners on

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    It’s quite common to hear from a friend, relative or someone you know that they will be cruising the Mediterranean sea for their upcoming vacation and board the biggest cruise ship that they can find. It sounds so luxurious, isn’t it? It’s normal to think that these people are hefty rich and that are able to spend ample amount of money for such a grand vacation on a cruise. Maybe you’re thinking that cruising is only for millionaires with an enormous bank account and that if you’ll do the same

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    Ship registration – a solution to revive a waning Maritime industry Introduction South Africa’s last cargo ship left the South African register in 2010. Even then, the ship was not engaged in voyages that included ports of calls in South Africa. This begs the question as to whether the South African government (through the Department of Transport – DoT) and South African Maritime Safety Authority’s (SAMSA) efforts to revive the country’s ship register is misdirected. Most reasons for this push have

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    In a world full of jobs, cruise ship workers have one of the most dynamic occupations in the world. In order to be a cruise ship employee, an individual has to be able to leave the normal life and take on a lifestyle that is very diverse from the norm. Crew sacrifice some important aspects of life, such as family, having a real home and being separated from work. Being a cruise ship employee isn’t just a job, it is a lifestyle that requires extreme changes. Becoming a part of a cruise ship’s staff

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    Ship Collision Case Study

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    getting busier day by day as the number of sailing ships is continuously increasing. Technology advancement has helped large ships to sail at amazing speeds. But with an increase in traffic and speed, the risk of accidents has also increased drastically. Ship collision is a kind of marine accident that results from a ship crashing into a still or floating object. Ship collision cases can be a ship to ship, ship to floating object, ship to submarine or ship to still structure collisions. We all have heard

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    Review of Living on Cargo Ships The risk towards a cargo ship’s crew is ever-present with the occurrences of harsh weather and isolation from the mainland, but working on the lake is worth the hardships since current technology maintains connects with the mainland and the pay and benefits make the job well worth it. Research finds that people aboard ships will do many things to stave off the boredom and isolation that is presented while living on a cargo ship or freighter to keep their sanity. Of

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    Cruise Ship Case Study

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    cup of coffee on the porch of his historic home. Without warning, a boisterous call from the PA System of a cruise ship pierces the tranquility of the morning. This call signals the departure of the cruise ship, which is then followed by an unnecessary horn, wailing four times. According to a citizen of Charleston, this is a common scenario as it repeats 104 times a year. The cruise ship in Charleston disrupts the residents, pollutes the atmosphere which harms the historic infrastructure, plunders city

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    Marcus Rediker is the author of “The Slave Ship”. Marcus earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in History from Virginia Commonwealth University. He taught at Georgetown for 12 years and right now he is Distinguished Professor of Atlantic History at the University of Pittsburgh. Marcus has also written and co-written nine other books. He has been a part of creating other novels that are similar to the topic of “The Slave Ship”, so his degrees and experience with this makes him more than qualified to write on

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    The Arrival There have been many reports on an island, often visited by hunters, regarding cannibalism. In this news article, these concerns as well as secrets will be addressed. I will share with you my adventure to the Ship-Trap Island. I have traveled to the island on September 5th through September 12th. I was accompanied by a very intelligent and experienced hunter named Rainsford. On our first day, we boarded a boat filled with necessities for the trip. It took us 3 whole days to get to the

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    The Last Voyage of the Ghost Ship Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born in a small Colombian town in 1928 and has written many short stories and novels over the years. One of his short stories, "The Last Voyage of the Ghost Ship", published in 1972, is in a book called A Hammock Beneath the Mangoes that was published in 1991. This was an interesting story and had many magical and realistic elements. The main magical element in this story would be the ghost ship, but many others exist, too.

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