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Three Greenwich Built Ships by David Ramzan

Three Greenwich Built Ships

by David Ramzan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 144560096X, Paperback)

Once the center of British shipbuilding, Greenwich and Deptford built many historic vessels. David Ramzan looks at just three, all distinctly different, but all historically important. From an East Indiaman through a speedy Clipper to a naval wooden-walled Frigate used for exploration and a circumnavigation of the world.

Profusely illustrated, the book tells the story of three ships, similar to so many, and tells of their design, construction and use and gives an insight into the maritime history of Greenwich itself.

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