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By: Alex Huff and Brian Jestice
 Ships built for transportation and fishing
 Originally built from reeds
 No internal framing
 3000-4000 B.C.
http://w...
 First navy Power in Greece
 Ships got smaller and faster
 Had a long lean design
 Largest could hold 50 oarsmen
 Aro...
 Discovered outriggers stabilized the ship
 180 feet long and 45 feet wide
 Could hold 1000 people
 Could carry 1000 t...
 Dated from 1000-1200
 They were long ships
 80 feet long, 17 feet wide
 Used for riding,
colonizing, and trading
 Ca...
 Included the Nao,
Carrack, and Galleon.
 Built for traveling long
distance
 Were used by Europe and
Spain
 Had cannon...
 Armed with up to 50 cannons
 Had many specialized ships
such as
 Barque
 Frigate
 Gig
 Transport
 18th century shi...
 Had steam engines
 Developed into double and triple expansion
engines
 Built for luxury
 Were the fastest
and most po...
 Modern ships hold thousands of people and
can be over 1000 ft long
 Can live in ships for months on end
 Can burn 300 ...
 Will have a residential
community living on the
ship
 Will range from
$825,000-$1.6 million to
buy a room
 $Cost 1.24 ...
 "Ancient Egyptian Boats." Egyptian Papyrus Papers (blank/plain Paper and Blank Sheets),
Papyrus Outlines, Paintings/wall...
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Ships powerpoint

  1. 1. By: Alex Huff and Brian Jestice
  2. 2.  Ships built for transportation and fishing  Originally built from reeds  No internal framing  3000-4000 B.C. http://www.kingtutshop.com/freeinfo/egyptian-boats.htm
  3. 3.  First navy Power in Greece  Ships got smaller and faster  Had a long lean design  Largest could hold 50 oarsmen  Around 1500 B.C. http://www.salimbeti.com/micenei/ships.htm
  4. 4.  Discovered outriggers stabilized the ship  180 feet long and 45 feet wide  Could hold 1000 people  Could carry 1000 tons http://www2.rgzm.de/Navis/Ships/Ship032/Ship032Engl.htm
  5. 5.  Dated from 1000-1200  They were long ships  80 feet long, 17 feet wide  Used for riding, colonizing, and trading  Carried weaponry in bottom http://www.historicships.com/TALLSHIPS/Latina/VikingShip/Vik ing%20Ship%20al19001.htm
  6. 6.  Included the Nao, Carrack, and Galleon.  Built for traveling long distance  Were used by Europe and Spain  Had cannons built into the ship  Had a much larger hull thanViking ships http://www.sdewes.fsb.hr/social.php
  7. 7.  Armed with up to 50 cannons  Had many specialized ships such as  Barque  Frigate  Gig  Transport  18th century ships are looked at like pirate ships http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article- 456233/Yours-3m--replica-18th-Century- frigate.html http://www.sailingnetworks.com/boats /view/5896 http://www.privateermedia.com/Boats/boats.htm
  8. 8.  Had steam engines  Developed into double and triple expansion engines  Built for luxury  Were the fastest and most powerful ships built http://webpages.charter.net/suzuya/Liner.html
  9. 9.  Modern ships hold thousands of people and can be over 1000 ft long  Can live in ships for months on end  Can burn 300 tons of fuel per day  Fastest passenger ship can travel at 33 knots http://www.waseenterprises.com/theshipthatou tsails.htm http://www.ships-info.info/mer-Urals-Star.htm
  10. 10.  Will have a residential community living on the ship  Will range from $825,000-$1.6 million to buy a room  $Cost 1.24 billion to build  Have 5,400 passengers http://psipunk.com/5-floating-cities-and-ocean-utopias/
  11. 11.  "Ancient Egyptian Boats." Egyptian Papyrus Papers (blank/plain Paper and Blank Sheets), Papyrus Outlines, Paintings/wall Pictures, Personalized, Gold and Silver Cartouche, Silver Cartouches with Gold Letters. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.kingtutshop.com/freeinfo/egyptian-boats.htm>.  "Boat : History." Serving History :.Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.servinghistory.com/topics/Boat::sub::History>.  "Boat & ShipTypes."Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.abc.se/~pa/bld/shiptype.htm>.  "The Greek Age of Bronze - Ships." Stefanie and Andrea's Homepage. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.salimbeti.com/micenei/ships.htm>.  Jake, By. "History of Ships and Boats." OracleThinkQuest Library. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00450/historyofsail.htm>.  "Modern Ship Sizes -TheTinyTitanic." Rpsoft 2000 Software - Productivity, Music and Blackjack. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.rpsoft2000.com/shipsize.htm>.  "Passenger Ships - 20th Century." GlobalSecurity.org - Reliable Security Information. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/passenger-20.htm>.  "18th Century Sailing Ships." Tall Ships. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://www.woodentallships.com/18th-century-ships.htm>.

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