Three Greenwich Built Ships.

Ramzan, David C.

Picture of Three Greenwich Built Ships.
Greenwich, the nautical centre of the world, was once the biggest and busiest shipbuilding area in the world.This tells the history of those glorious days through the history of three ships: the East Indiaman Princess Louise

, the iron clipper Hallowe'en

, and the Royal Navy frigate Dolphin

. Well illustrated in colour and b/w.


SKU: 9781445600963


Greenwich, the nautical centre of the world was also once part of the area of Southbank in London, which was the centre of British shipbuilding. David Ramzan looks at the development of Greenwich and Deptford, discussing their extensive shipbuilding past through the history of three ships, from their planning through to their final voyages. Although less well-known, these three ships have a remarkable history involving sea battles, journeys of discovery and record breaking voyages. They were the East Indiaman Princess Louisa, the iron clipper Hallowe'en, and the Royal Naval frigate Dolphin. 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 London's maritime history.

Book Details

Author Ramzan, David C.
Format PB
Publisher Amberley Publishing
Imprint Amberley Publishing
Number of Pages 192
Illustrations 170 Illustrations, unspecified
Publish Date 12/12/2013
Catalogue Apr19
Catalogue book number 157