More ideas from Sandaleen
In March 1943, the keel plates are put in place on a Liberty ship at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards in Baltimore, Maryland. (Library of Congress)

In March the keel plates are put in place on a Liberty ship at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards in Baltimore, Maryland. (Library of Congress)

Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

Bethlehem Fairfield shipyards, near Baltimore, Maryland. Construction of a Liberty ship. The ship sliding down the ways just twenty-four days after her keelplates were laid. It will take ten days long

Website about early sailing ships, including part of the galleon: a) Bowsprit Sail	b) Waterline	c) Bowsprit	d) Anchor	e) Rudder	f) Mizzen Mast	g) Mizzen Sail h) Main Mast	i) Crowsnest	j) Top Sail	k) Main Sail	l) Foresail	m) Foremast	n) Bowsprit Mast

Website about early sailing ships, including part of the galleon: a) Bowsprit Sail b) Waterline c) Bowsprit d) Anchor e) Rudder f) Mizzen Mast g) Mizzen Sail h) Main Mast i) Crowsnest j) Top Sail k) Main Sail l) Foresail m) Foremast n) Bowsprit Mast

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Could someone post a few sheets of any real boat blueprints?

Looking towards the stern on the Neptune.  Ideas for pirate ship inside my museum. #pirates

view of the stern of a man o'war class naval tall ship, this shows the way that the masts and rigging are placed across the centre of the ship and allows me to see where the captains cabin and lower deck access areas are.