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Title:Spritsail Barges
Price:GBP£20.00 (about USD$25.90)
Item ID:TP01-46845
Quantity:1
Publisher:Percival Marshall, 1948
Edition:First
Binding:Blue Cloth
Condition:Good
Dust Jacket:No
Percival Marshall, 1948, Blue Cloth, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No, First

The vast majority of barges were wooden hulled (although a significant number were also built in steel), between 80–90 ft (24–27 m) long with a beam of around 20 feet (6 m). The hull form was as distinctive as their rig, being flat-bottomed with a degree of flare to the sides and plumb ends. The stern was a transom, shaped like a section through a champagne glass, on which was hung a large rudder. The hull was mainly a hold with two small living areas in the bow and stern, and access was through two large hatchways, the smaller before the main mast and a much larger aperture behind.Dark Stain to front cover. Ilustrations in black and white Size: Quarto. Category: Ships & the Sea;
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