Inshore Craft

Carrying their beam quite a long way aft, they were very weatherly little craft and
were often working in the Solent when ... which carried cargoes between the
ports and creeks of the Solent and Spithead, east to Chichester Harbour and
west to ...

Inshore Craft

This comprehensive reference work describes and illustrates some 200 types of inshore craft that once fished and traded, under oar and sail, around the coasts of the British Isles. The types are arranged by coastal area and each is described in terms of its shape and design, fitness for location and purpose, build, evolution and geographical distribution. Details of dimensions, rig, building materials, seamanship and the survival of examples are given where known, while hundreds of line drawings and photographs show the vessels in their original forms.A team of twelve experts describe all these boat types and, in addition, there are introductions to the main geographic areas outlining the physical environments, fisheries and other uses of the sea that have influenced boat design; maps of all the areas show ports and physical features.At the beginning of the last century sail and oar dominated fisheries and local trade: one hundred years later those craft have all but vanished. This book brings alive for maritime historians and enthusiasts, traditional boat sailors, modelmakers, and all those with an interest in local history, the vast array of craft that were once such a significant feature of our inshore seas.Inshore Craft is a spectacular achievement—Wooden Boat Magazine

Ships Monthly

HBK , 258 x 246mm told by Richard Oliff , who helped to lay a granite memorial to
maritime history ; a unique collection of the Royal Edward south - west of Nisyros
. amateur footage of magnificent ocean SOLENT : Creeks , Craft and Cargoes ...

Ships Monthly


The Chatham Directory of Inshore Craft

Sources John Leather , Barges ( London 1984 ) has coverage of the Solent
barges . ed , and ketch rigged . There was a small fleet of these shallow draft
barges which carried cargoes between the ports and creeks of the Solent and
Spithead ...

The Chatham Directory of Inshore Craft

An attempt to list, define, describe and illustrate the coastal vessels which operated under sail and oar in the waters around the British Isles, roughly covering the dates 1820 to 1920 (p. 7).

Sea Breezes

S , CRAFT AND Longley Photos with SOLENT . CREEKS , CR CARGO ES
Michael 160ppm Photos with BO LINERS D any excellent photos SHIPS IN
FOCUS RECORD 31 : Furness Withy - Houlder link Fowey tug pictorial Rise and
fall of ...

Sea Breezes


Barges

Local waters can be rough , particularly with a spring tide against a strong breeze
and local craft had to be seaworthy even if their voyages might be short . Cargoes
were carried from the major merchant port of Southampton at the head of long
and broad Southampton Water , with its ... Besides these , other island cargoes
were unloaded occasionally at places such as Fishbourne , on Wootten Creek ,
on ...

Barges


The World of the Newport Medieval Ship

The total value of the cargo stolen, mostly wine and iron, came to a considerable
sum, with two ships being spoiled of ... Cases involving Southampton and the Isle
of Wight are particularly noticeable in the 1450s. ... by the crews of ships which
seem to have waited in creeks on the Essex coast for a suitable victim to come
into view. ... probably to river craft to go up the Thames to London, where it was
hoped that they would be quietly absorbed into the market and prove untraceable
.

The World of the Newport Medieval Ship

The Newport Medieval Ship is the most important late-medieval merchant vessel yet recovered. Built c.1450 in northern Spain, it foundered at Newport twenty years later while undergoing repairs. Since its discovery in 2002, further investigations have transformed historians’ understanding of fifteenth-century ship technology. With plans in place to make the ship the centrepiece for a permanent exhibition in Newport, this volume interprets the vessel, to enable visitors, students and researchers to understand the ship and the world from which it came. The volume contains eleven chapters, written by leading maritime archaeologists and historians. Together, they consider its significance and locate the vessel within its commercial, political and social environment.

The Motor Ship

Hamble 2085 No. of berths : 2 slipways up to 120 tons Class of ships built : High
speed craft in wood and glass fibre THE DOXFORD AND ... Sunderland 5473
Telegrams : Doxford Sunderland Telex : 53165 No. of berths : 6 Class of ships
built : Dry cargo vessels , bulk ... Southampton Shipyards : Southampton (
address above ) and Gosport Telephone no . ... Registered office : Frogmore
Creek , nr .

The Motor Ship


English Merchant Shipping 1460 1540

During the early period a few English vessels in the Southampton accounts
appear to have visited the Netherlands or the Biscayan ports , but by far the
largest number were fishing craft , bringing in cargoes of white herring , hake ,
milwell , ling , and conger eels . ... The 10 The customs accounts of Southampton
record no creeks , but it is known from other sources that the port included all the
harbours on ...

English Merchant Shipping  1460 1540


United States Coast Pilot

There are many small - craft facilities on both sides of the channel from Oakland
Inner Harbor entrance to the airport at the S end of San Leandro Bay . ... ( 421 )
Southampton Shoal Light ( 37 ° 52.9'N . , 122 ° 24.0'W . ) , 32 feet above the
water , is shown from a white cylindrical tower ... ( 430 ) General cargo at the port
is usually handled by ship's tackle ; special handling equipment , if available , is
... CORTE MADERA CREEK SAN RAFAEL CORTE MADERA CREEK CORTE
MADERA 7 .

United States Coast Pilot


All the Year Round

... nearly short cut to the Solent for shallow craft is about here - the blackberries
are re- found through Needsoar Creek ... see a single soul , which landed many a
valuable cargo in except the poor little weary coastguard safety bereabouts .

All the Year Round


The Charges on Vessels British and Foreign at All the Ports Sub ports and Creeks of Great Britain and Ireland and Islands Thereof Comprising Pilotage Harbour and Dock Dues Depth of Water Plankage and Other Information for the Use of the Shipping Interest in General Not Contained in Any Other Work Second Thousand

CHRISTCHURCH , A CREEK IN THE PORT OF SOUTHAMPTON , PILOTAGE . ...
For every foreign ship or vessel or other craft piloted to or from any part of the
said port , double the aforesaid rates , Each tides ... On all vessels trading to the
port and discharging their cargoes , itd . per tan on the register tonnage .

The Charges on Vessels  British and Foreign  at All the Ports  Sub ports  and Creeks of Great Britain and Ireland  and Islands Thereof     Comprising Pilotage  Harbour and Dock Dues  Depth of Water  Plankage     and Other Information  for the Use of the Shipping Interest in General  Not Contained in Any Other Work     Second Thousand


Fore Aft Sailing Craft the Development of the Modern Yacht

... countless number of beaches and marshy landing - places from the creeks of
Kent and Essex to the low West Solent ... did the boats of the smugglers run up
their cargoes of tea , tobacco , gin , and brandy on dull grey mornings when the ...

Fore   Aft Sailing Craft    the Development of the Modern Yacht


History of Suffolk County

One of the places least likely to be supposed a possible site for shipbuilding is
the ancient village of Southampton , which ... through an inlet into Shinnecock
Bay , into which bay Heady Creek flows from the west part of the village , making
the ... he exhausted most of his available means , in October , 1835 , by the help
of many yoke of oxen , the novel craft - strange in ... She was loaded with wood
and taken through the inlet out to sea and sailed to New York , where she and
her cargo ...

History of Suffolk County


An Analytical Digest of the Law and Practice of the Courts of Common Law Divorce Probate Admiralty and Bankruptcy and of the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal of England

... roadstead anchorage where ships lie furtlicrance of the advcuture , Langhorn v
. and are loaded by means of small craft , Lav . ... the Baltic , backwards and
forwards , with She took in part of lier cargo at K. , in New leave to touch and stay
at any ports and ... B. and governments on the Baltic shore from the K. were
situate on creeks , opening into the pressure of the French arms . ... The captain
also took in goods at the protection of this policy might touch at Liverpool for
Southampton .

An Analytical Digest of the Law and Practice of the Courts of Common Law  Divorce  Probate  Admiralty and Bankruptcy  and of the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal of England


Pollution Criteria for Estuaries

Proceedings of the Conference Held at the University of Southampton, July 1973
P. R. Helliwell, Jo Bossanyi. CARGO VESSELS ( BREAKDOWN , GENERAL
CARGO PRITISH RAILWAYS VESSELS CHANNEL 15 BANANA VESSELS ...
Map 6 Shipping Movements ( Rogerson and Andrew , 1972 ) ( 15 ) for
recreational craft do cross the shipping lane , for ... RFA TANKERS 108 FERRIES
( CAR & PASSENGERS ) HM CAPITAL SHIPS 153 WOOTTON CREEK HM
FRIGATE S . 1555 ...

Pollution Criteria for Estuaries


A Digest of the Reported Decisions of the Courts of Common Law Bankruptcy Probate Admiralty and Divorce

B . and K . were situate with liberty for the ship on that voyage to on creeks ,
opening into the bay , and were spoken proceed ... that after the ship had begun
to load at board any vessel or craft in the same employ , K . , that was her port of
lading ; that ... Under a policy from London , arriving at London ( after discharging
part of to the ship ' s discharging port or ports in the the cargo at Southampton ) ,
the ...

A Digest of the Reported Decisions of the Courts of Common Law  Bankruptcy  Probate  Admiralty  and Divorce


A Gazetteer of the World Brazil Derry

All vessels proceeding to the cap . are searched CROOKED RIVER , a township
in Ray co . , in at C. and their cargoes ... Also a river shallow waters of the Upper
Neva , they are unloaded in the state of Maine , rising in a small lake in Oxhere ,
and their cargoes transported in smaller craft ... p . of Crondall , for the port of C.
show that at the commencement of Southamptonshire , 4 m . ... CROOME - HILL ,
à parish in Worcestershire , 2 } CROOKED - CREEK , a village in Tioga co . , in m
.

A Gazetteer of the World  Brazil Derry


A Gazetteer of the World

All vessels proceeding to the cap . are searched CROOKED RIVER , a township
in Ray co . , in at C. and their cargoes ... Also a river shallow waters of the Upper
Neva , they are unloaded in the state of Maine , rising in a small lake in Oxhere ,
and their cargoes transported in smaller craft ... The navigation returns
CROOKHAM , a tything in the p . of Crondall , for the port of C. show that at the
commencement of Southamptonshire ... 24 CROOKED - CREEK , a village in
Tioga co . , in m .

A Gazetteer of the World


The Dock and Harbour Authority

Now she has known as the LCT ( landing craft tank ) 7074 . dent never lost a
chance when in harness been bought by the ... but owned by a sake or dropping
off at some lonely spot on Queen and lies in the same creek as the firm of
Liverpool caters . ... Solent steel - hulled , self - righting type , evacuation of the
British Army from the vices Manager at Portsmouth , himself an ...
PIAGBARBEADUS ARE G30S SERVILL'S BU Cargo handling and transport
news Increasing benefits 48 in .

The Dock and Harbour Authority