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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Whaling Disaster of 1871 (categoría Whaling ships)
    brought to safety by the seven ships which had escaped the ice to the south. Amazingly, there were no casualties. The seven whalers that escaped (the vessels
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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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  • 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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  • mooring and go after the whalers themselves. Max manages to buy them a little time by jumping into the water and forcing the whalers to pause their pursuit
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  • MY Steve Irwin (redirección desde Steve Irwin (ship))
    "Protesters turn on each other in sea hunt for whalers". The Sydney Morning Herald. January 20, 2008. "Japanese Whalers Make Demands for Return of Hostages". Sea
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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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  • essentially was a leisure activity for whalers. Because the work of whaling was very dangerous at the best of times, whalers were unable to work at night. This
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  • monster implied to be Danni killed the entire crew of the whaler ship Obake Maru, the ship the two had been sidewalk protesting against. Danni Smith as
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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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  • 2011–ongoing: Every year the remains of dozens of *ghost ships reach Japanese waters; the ships are typically ill-equipped small wooden boats believed to
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