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Modern shipbuildig terms

Year: 1918
Language: english
Author: F. Forrest Pease
Genre: Dictionary
Publisher: J.B.Lippincott Company
Edition: 1
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 254
Description: Glossary: A collection of lists and explanations of abstruse, obsolete, dialectical or technical terms.This glossary gives definitions of many (but by no means all) of the ship/boat construction terms the marine surveyor will find. They relate to the hull only and are mainly those that the author learned when he was an apprentice shipwright. They include some very ancient ones and a few that are now obsolete but were still in use, again, when the author was a shipwright. The glossary is not confined to words used on small wooden or metal pleasure boats as it includes words relating to the construction and survey of vessels built of other materials and also many words relating to the commercial vessels that come within the small craft definition such as barges, coasters, small bulk carriers, tugs and trawlers, dredgers etc.
Additional info: This book is the First edition of book, which has been released here



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