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The Landing School
Historical Boat Design
Italian power boats
brief history of iconic Italian power boat builder Gerald Guetat
Viking Ship Construction
Article from Regia Anglorum is supported by illustrations on boatbuilding design, building, and techniques.
Ancient Phoenician Ships
The shipbuilding page is just one of many on the Phonecian culture. Site created and maintained by Sanford Holst.
Ancient Ships (E-book)
Authored in 1895 by Cecil Torr, the full-text of this e-book is available to read online or download in PDF format. Provides information on design, structure, and building of ancient ships.
The Trireme - Athen's Fighting Ship
From The Classics Pages are written and designed by Andrew Wilson.
This site by HistoryWorld provides a history of the junk and an overall History of Boats and Ships.
Ancient Greek Boats and Ships
Information on ships and naval tactics of ancient Greek ships. Site by Michael Lahanas.
Grand Dragon Boat in the Sui Dynasty
In 640 A.D., Yang Guang, Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty, ordered to build several dozens of dragon boats and other boats for his trip to Yangzhou. His grand dragon boat was about 13.3 meters high and 59.2 meters long, with a central palace, private apartment, east and west Hall of Private Audience in the upper storey, and 120 rooms in the middle two stories, all decorated with treasures. (from the site)