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  1. Ships Famous Ships, Lingo, and how the parts work

  2. The Phoenicians and Thor Heyerdahl

  3. The Turtle

  4. Was part of the first battle between ironclad ships • Was sunk, now part of a marine sanctuary USS Monitor

  5. USS Nautilus and Enterprise

  6. Sailed on by Charles Darwin HMS Beagle

  7. First ship built for the purpose of deep sea drilling Glomar Challenger

  8. First made to recover a Russian Submarine (K-129) and was later used for deep sea drilling Glomar Explorer

  9. Used for global exploration by Sir Francis Drake Golden Hind

  10. Used by Fridtjof Nansen and later by Roald Amundsen • Built to survive the crushing pressure of the ice by “floating” to the top of the ice Fram

  11. Submarines

  12. Autonomy of a submarine

  13. Turtle Turtle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtNT9W0D2Pc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNZimWPThaY

  14. How a submarine works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoowLH6PMEk

  15. Directions on a ship

  16. Parts of a Ship

  17. Ships are capable of carrying more cargo • Ships are equipped for long voyages • Ships are normally manned by a crew • Submarines are classified as boats, because early submarines could be hoisted on board a ship • Boats are normally easier to maneuver than ships • Some boats are not equipped to run well on the open ocean. • Boats are normally controlled by one person Ships vs. Boats

  18. Sailboats

  19. Parts of a Sailboat http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFA-Kiewdt0

  20. How a sailboat sails http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=M4CQ4T_K8Hw&feature=fvwp

  21. Parts of a ship

  22. ALWAYS flush an engine with fresh water after exposure to a salt environment. Boat Engine

  23. Rich- Less excess airLean- More excess air Running Rich vs. Lean- Air to fuel ratio

  24. How an outdoor motor works