Shrinking the world in seven chapters - Sailing across the oceans - wind power.

Challenge #34 in the Sevens series. Hosted by Dutch Newchurch.
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This is the second in the series: ‘Shrinking the world in seven stages’. Imagine you have been asked to provide one or two creative and inspirational illustrations for a series of lectures. This is on sailing across the oceans and how wind power opened up transport around the world. Possibilities include: - a viking long ship. - a tea clipper. - a replica of a 15th century caravel. - the captain or crew of a square rigger or other historic wind-powered ship. - docks or dock buildings that pre-date the age of steam. (The whole series is here:
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Spirit of Dana Point -17
Here comes the storm
Picton Castle
Working the James Graig, a 19th Century barque
Gloria Sailing Crew
Tall Sailing Ships
Exy Johnson-20
150 Years Canada Day
STV Fair Jeanne entering harbour.
Sailing for Leisure
Sailing Ship
Lady Maryland
Poart of Call
On the edge
Then and Now
A dhow boat off the coast of Kenya
In a sea of gold
Port side of the Vasa (Swedish warship)
Furling the Sails
The James Craig
Spanish Caravel
Nippon Maru - Yokohama
Sun, Sea and Sail
The Sailboat
America 2.0
After the storm
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The Buccaneer
Charlestown, Cornwall
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