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  • Right Whales, Were the Primary Target of 16th- to 17th-Century Basque Whalers in the Western North Atlantic”.(with B. A. McLeod, M. W. Brown, M. J. Moore
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  • (Norwegian whalers account for about 20% of whales caught and Japanese whalers for about 60%.) Harpoon cannons, fired from harpoon ships with displacement
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  • factory ships are automated and enlarged versions of the earlier whalers and their use for fishing has grown dramatically. Some factory ships are equipped
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  • Essex (whaleship) (redirección desde Essex (whaler))
    safely handle a ship of Essex's size and type. After finding the area's population of whales exhausted, the crew encountered other whalers who told them
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  • P1000's and Motor Whalers. As a supporting contingent of Her Majesty's Naval Service, the civilian Marine Services operate many auxiliary ships (including coastal
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  • England whalers had reached the Davis Strait fishery, between Greenland and Baffin Island. The fishery slowly began to expand, with whalers visiting
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  • Boston Whaler is an American boat manufacturer. It is a subsidiary of the Brunswick Boat Group, a division of the Brunswick Corporation. Boston Whalers were
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  • They were used for service, training and recreation, whaler races were organised between ships and ports; minor royalty often handed out the trophies
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  • to New York. Four American ships that have worked as whalers (whaling ships) have borne the name Essex: Essex (1789 whaler), was launched in Hampton,
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  • rendered from whale blubber using try pots on shore, rather than on ships at sea, so the whalers needed a shore station for the try works. The image at right
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  • Nisshin Maru (categoría Whaling ships)
    over whalers". 3 News NZ. Archived from the original on September 26, 2013. Retrieved February 20, 2013. "Whalers' 'ramming' damages Sea Shepherd ship".
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  • one ship, and the two chief mates on the other. He then expounds its meaning for whalers: What does the whaler do when she meets another whaler in any
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  • A whaler is a specialized kind of ship designed for whaling. Whaler may also refer to: Boston Whaler, a brand of motorboat Bronze whaler, a large shark
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  • organization for fish, Norges Råfisklag. He was leader of an organization for whalers, Norges Småkvalfangerlag, from 1984 to 1996. Bastesen became known for
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  • Australian bay whalers also went to New Zealand and were active at Cloudy Bay and Banks Peninsula (1835) on the South Island. Teams of whalers were landed
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  • Terra Nova was a whaler and polar expedition ship. It is best known for carrying the 1910 British Antarctic Expedition, Robert Falcon Scott's last expedition
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  • Whaleboat (redirección desde Whaler (boat))
    general-purpose ship's boat". In the first half of the 20th century, many navies carried whaleboats on their warships, such as the 27ft whalers used in the
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  • harpoons in his back from other whalers, and appeared to attack ships with premeditated ferocity. One of his battles with a whaler served as subject for an article
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  • Japanese whalers | Environment". The Guardian. Retrieved February 25, 2018. Klaus Esterluss. "Sea Shepherd quits campaign - giving Japan′s whalers free rein
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  • Britannia may refer to any one of a large number of ships: Britannia (1772 ship) was launched at South Carolina in 1772 and sailed as a merchant vessel
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  • Nantucket whalers. Many captains attempted to hunt him after rounding Cape Horn. Mocha Dick was quite docile, sometimes swimming alongside the ship, but once
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  • Herald (January 7, 1939): 47. Retrieved 23 June 2020. The Whalers at The Big Cartoon DataBase The Whalers on IMDb The Whalers at the TCM Movie Database
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