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for sale Electronic WEATHERPROOF printed copies of OFFSHORE BREVARD-2nd EDITION AND MAP of 8A REEF
ELECTRONIC PDF COPIES OF OFFSHORE BREVARD, OFFSHORE MARTIN COUNTY AND 8A REEF MAP are also available!
Capt. Tim Carlile, PLS has completed the second book of offshore Brevard County and the first book of offshore Martin County fishing and diving locations! All the wrecks and reefs are defined in the book with exact locations and depths. Some of the wrecks have before they were sunk pictures and history as well.
"Wow! Interesting reading! I enjoyed it and loved the pictures!"
"I am going to have fun with this. Always wondered what I was diving and marking looked like in 3D." - Marty
U.S.S. Rankin Stuart before sinkingSource: http://www.tcpalm.com/news/veterans-of-historic-ship-will-reunite-in-02U.S.S. RANKIN(AKA-103) FACTSOctober 31, 1944: Keel laid at the North Carolina Shipbuilding Company, Wilmington, N.C.
December 22,1944: Launched
February 25, 1945: Commisioned as the U.S.S Rankin at Charleston Navy Yard in Charleston, S.C.
May 21, 1947: Decommisioned at San Fransisco
March 22, 1952: Recommisioned at Todd Shipyard in Alameda, California for Korean War
"Fascinating images and combined with real photos of other ships make it clear to understand what I was looking at. The narrative about the ship and it's fate made the images come alive!" -Don
"Dutch Wreck" -- Steeam ship Laertes
The Ducth steam merchant Laertes was built in 1919 by the Taikoo Dockyard & Engineering Company of Hong Kong Limited in what was then a British colony. Her owners were the Dutch Steamship Company, or Nederlandsche Stoom vaart Mij of Amsterdam, to which port she was registered. Her original owners were the Alfred Holt Company of Liberpool, or the Ocean Steam Ship Company, Limited, for whom she was originally completed. In 1922, she was transferred to the Dutch registry and ownership at only 3 years. Her length overall was 423.9 feet and her beam 52.3 feet, a depth of 29.7 feet and a gross tonnage of 5,825 tons. Powered by a 413-horsepower triple-expansion engine, Laertes could achieve a maximum speed of 13.5.
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