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If recent search statistics are to be believed, then a gift to do with the sea is the more "popular". What is it, then, about a gift of a nautical origin or inspiration, that makes them so popular?
Why would you want a model wooden ship? There are many good reasons and we are going go discuss several of those reasons in this article. Boat enthusiast or not, you will have a different appreciation for model wooden boats...
Those guys that go "ooh ar" and run around swinging cutlasses from behind a guy with a wooden leg and a parrot on his shoulder and a hook for a hand? No, dispel that image immediately as they are not that sort of cutthroat at all. Pirates are around and with us here today and as with all things in life they have modernized their methods, disposed of the parrots and hooks for hands and the Pirates Union strictly states that those with wooden legs ...
There were lots of pirates hanging around Panama during the 17th and 18th centuries and with good reason. Panama was the richest area belonging to Spain, as almost all of the gold that was pillaged from the Inca Empire and other wealthy Indian nations was filtered through counting houses on Contadora in the Pearl Islands, Panama City, and Portobelo. The counting houses were where the gold and other valuables were tallied and ...
Ship modeling has a very long and rich history and continues to serve numerous functions. Large finely built models are displayed in museums to represent historical ships. Many of the higher quality models capture intricate details of the originals, making them very appealing for interior decor; from the fine ornements on historical ships such as the HMS Victory, or the Sovereign of the Seas, to little pirates on the deck of a pirate ship...
Mystic Seaport celebrates the seafaring past of New England. Known as The Museum of America and the Sea, the seaport is an entertaining journey through 19th century nautical life.