The book was planned to take in every Sailing Ship of any note from the year of the opening of the Suez Canal to the present day, but in practice vessels of a very much earlier date have often been included, especially when sketching the early history of shipping firms. Volume 1 is divided into three parts. The first deals with the life and personnel in Sail, with a chapter on the History of Cape Horn. Part II is devoted to the vessels in the big Sailing Ship Trades, such as the Jute Clippers Part III is devoted entirely to the Small Fry Swansea Copper-ore-men, Clipper Barques in the South and West African Trades, Intercolonial and South Sea Traders, Fruit Schooners and Fish Carriers. The illustrations and plans, which are very numerous, have been carefully selected and are intended to provide a pictorial record of the last seventy years of the now almost extinct Windjammer. Never before have so many particulars of voyages, incidents and names been included in one book. It is a simple seamanlike narrative, told in Mr. Lubbock's inimitable style beloved by seafarers and relished by those who love the sea and its traditions. and Grain Carriers. Also available: Volume 2
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Book Description Hardcover Jan 01, 1927. Book Condition: Used: Acceptable. An Ex-Library Hardback without dust jacket. Officially withdrawn with usual library stamps and markings. The Last of the Windjammers Volume I Only, published 1927. All illustrations intact and free from library stamps. Good clear text and binding intact. Weighing 2kg will ship overseas for extra postage. Bookseller Inventory # SFL7-39C4
Book Description Brown Son & Ferguson Glasgow, 1986. Leinen m. Umschlag-O. .. gr.8°, reichhaltigen Illustrationen, mit Fotos, Rissen, Faltplänen, etc., sehr gute Exemplare., 518/448 Seiten, . Sprache: Deutsch 1 2800 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 37502