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The Elissa: The Untold Story

I was recently in Galveston, and I stopped by to see the tall ship Elissa. She wasn’t there, but before too long she pulled into view and I snapped the above picture. 514 more words

The Man Who Thought Like A Ship

Highbourne Cay Revisited: May 2015 visit to come

This May, a team will be heading back to the Highbourne Cay wreck site in the northern Exumas to perform the first intensive survey of the site in… 211 more words

Archaeology

Walk the Ocean Floor with Google Maps Street View

In a project sponsored by Google and Catlin Seaview Survey, Google Maps now offers “Street View” of the Ocean Floor. A majority of the images have been collected off the coast of Australia and the Caribbean. 57 more words

Education

Nautical Archaeology for Writers

Nautical archaeologist Lindsey Hall Thomas (writing as Linsey Hall) spoke at a recent meeting of Florida Romance Writers. She told us about the role of an archaeologist and how we might use this information in a novel. 1,084 more words

The Writing Life

The Return of the Charles W. Morgan

As a child, I spent a lot of time at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, Conn. As I discuss in The Man Who Thought Like a Ship, … 227 more words

The Man Who Thought Like A Ship