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Motorized Bumper Boat
Motorized Bumper Boat
Excalibur Motorized Inflatable Bumper Boat you can cruise through the water. Meet and greet people around the pool with ease in this powerful, single propeller float. Excalibur Motorized Inflatable Bumper Boat Includes: Boat measures approx. 40L x 41W x 31H Air pump measures approx. 4-5/8L x 3-7/8W x 4-3/8H Steering wheel measures approx. 10L x... More 8W x 4H Propeller measures approx. 10L x 6W x 8H Electrical connection shaft Control arm and control arm sleeve Battery.Gift wrap not available

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HMS Warrior
HMS Warrior
News of the highly secret designs for La Gloire reached the British Admiralty in May 1858. The close co-operation that had existed between France and Britain during the Crimean War had disappeared quickly, and all details of La Gloire and her sister-ships were treated with great secrecy in France. The new Government under Lord Derby did not begin to take the threat of a new building programme within France seriously until August 1858, when it became apparent that France would soon gain parity with the Royal Navy in terms of steam-powered ships, and utterly outclass the RN in terms of ironclads. After strong representations by Admiral Sir Baldwin Wake-Walker, the Surveyor of the Navy, and Henry Corry, the Parliamentary under-secretary to the Admiralty, the Board of Admiralty was moved on 22 November 1858 to call for designs for a wooden-hulled, armour-plated warship, whose dimensions were approximately equal to those of La Gloire. It does not appear that Wake-Walker or his chief constructor – Isaac Watts – ever seriously considered wood as a building material.[citation needed] Wooden ships had reached their maximum size, and some of the largest were beginning to show signs of fatigue. When coupled with the tremendous problems of timber-supply, and the need for the ship to be built quickly – iron ships were far quicker to build than wooden – the only choice was for an iron-hulled ship. Given that armour plating precluded a design with several gun-decks, a broadside of 17 guns with 15-feet between guns on a single deck gave a central battery of great length. With an appropriate bow, and the creation of a stern, the design called for a ship some 380 feet (116 m) long, or 100 ft (30 m) longer than any warship built prior to this point. Warrior was called "the first modern battleship" by W. Brownlee,[2] and her innovative features were described by the same author in an article in Scientific American.[3] The Admiralty design was approved at the end of December 1858 but, having no experience with iron hulls, the Board of Admiralty called for designs from the country's most prominent iron shipbuilders. These designs were received in April 1859, but Isaac Watts felt that none of them met the various criteria as well as his own had, and so the tender to build the new iron-cased frigate to the Admiralty design was awarded to the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company in London. The contract called for a launch date 11 months after the date of the contract[4] - an enormously optimistic timescale that was not met. Warrior froze to the slipway when she was launched on 29 December 1860, during the coldest winter for 50 years, and six tugs were required to haul her into the river. She was completed on 24 October 1861 at a cost of ?357,291, equivalent to ?23M in 2006;[5] she entered service just 35 months from when the need for the ship was established in November 1858. Warrior had a similar area of sail to contemporary line-of-battle ships, but her larger size meant she was slower in ordinary weather and had to use steam to keep up. However, her iron construction and the stability it imparted to the ship meant she could carry more sail in a strong wind and was then as fast as the rest. Her longer, finer hull gave her great power in a seaway, so that she could take the windward position sailing against wooden rivals in bad weather. Although sails continued to feature on later designs of warship, on each one they became increasingly ineffectual as the ships' sizes increased. George Tryon, her first commander (second in command) reported that in trials with her sister ship HMS Black Prince off Gibraltar in November 1862, Warrior was the faster. Warrior retained the fine looks of the sailing ships and was considered one of the handsomest ironclads ever built.[6] [edit] Armament One of the replica 110-pdr breech-loaders on the restored Warrior The Warrior was originally to be armed with 40 68-pounders two on the upper deck to act as stern and bow chasers and the rest on the main deck.[7] Before the ship entered service this was changed with the replacement of 14 of the 68-pounders with 10 RBL 7 inch Armstrong guns and 4 RBL 40 pounder Armstrong guns.[7] It had been planned to replace all the 68-pounders with RBL 7 inch Armstrong guns but poor results from the RBL 7 inch Armstrong gun in testing brought a halt to this plan.[7] The ship also carried 2 20-pounders and 1 12 pounder largely intended for use in the ship's boats or for use as field guns although they were mounted for use onboard.[8] Finally a 6-pounder brass cannon was carried for practice use.[8] The RBL 40 pounder Armstrong guns were replaced with a better design of the same calibre in 1863.[8] In 1867 the ship was further rearmed with the 68-pounders and RBL 7 inch Armstrong guns being removed and replaced by 4 8-inch rifled muzzle loaders and 28 7-inch rifled muzzle loaders.[9] [edit] Armour Cross section of Warrior's bulkhead armour The War
CLIPPER AMBASSADOR San Gregorio Estrecho de Magallanes
CLIPPER AMBASSADOR San Gregorio  Estrecho de Magallanes
El clipper Ambassador fue construido por William Walker en el astillero Lavender Dry Dock en Rotherhithe sobre el rio Tamesis en Londres y botado en 1869 . Fue encargado por W. Lund & Company. Fue una de las ultimas naves de construccion mixta de estructura de hierro y forro de madera o "composite". Media 53,54 m de eslora, 9,54 de manga y 5,82 de puntal y su tonelaje era de 714 toneladas. Su mascaron de proa mostraba un diplomatico del siglo XVIII en su vistoso atuendo. Sus armadores lo mantuvieron afectado al famoso trafico con el Imperio chino en lo que se conoce como la "Carrera del Te de la China" aproximadamente hasta 1875, uniendo Londres con Canton, Foochow y Macao desde donde realizo en 1872 su mejor crucero con 108 dias en el viaje de vuelta. Este velero, junto con su similar, el "CUTTY SARK", exhibido como Museo en Greenwich, Inglaterra, representa uno de los ultimos Clippers de la "Carrera del Te". En 1874 su aparejo fue cambiado a barca y bajo esta arboladura continuo en el trafico entre Europa y el lejano Oriente y la costa atlantica de EEUU, oportunidad en que hizo una travesia de 114 dias entre Yokohama y Nueva York via Cabo de Hornos. En un viaje de Nueva York a Melbourne en Australia debio soportar la travesia mas riesgosa de su noble vida marinera. Bajo el mando del capitan C. Prehn y una tripulacion de veinte hombres enfrento un huracan del oeste de fuerza diez que la maltrato severamente. Las enormes olas barrieron una y otra vez la cubierta afectando incluso a la superestructura y arrastrando a cuatro hombres, la rueda del timon y los botes. Continuo navegando por las aguas meridionales americanas durante varios anos, en cuyo transcurso cambio de mano varias veces. De los primeros armadores paso a Georg Milne de Aberdeen, Escocia, en 1888. Al ano siguiente paso a poder de G. Shaddick de Swansea y en 1891 vendida a Burguess & Co. de Londres. Tiempo despues, probablemente antes de 1894 volvio a cambiar de propietario y esta vez tambien de bandera al ser adquirida por la Aktieselskabet de Christiansand, Noruega y luego vendida a Ole G. Olsen, armador de la misma ciudad que la destino al trafico Atlantico-Pacifico pasando por el cabo de Hornos. Durante una travesia contratada para unir Jacksonville, Florida, a Honolulu en Hawai el Ambassador volvio a enfrentarse con las furias del mar que esta vez lo dejaron tan maltrecho que debio refugiarse en Port Stanley en las Malvinas donde quedo fondeado virtualmente inutilizado para la navegacion oceanica. Su armador le encomendo a su actual capitan, William Swersken, que la vendiera, y asi fue adquirida el 10 de enero de 1896 por Frank Townsend, comerciante de Punta Arenas, Chile, quien hizo trasladar el barco hasta ese puerto. Una vez alli la ofrecio en venta a los comerciantes y armadores Jose Menendez y Mauricio Braun quienes lo adquirieron por 1250 libras esterlinas (Townsend habia pagado 850 en Port Stanley). Posteriormente Braun traspaso su parte del barco a Rodolfo Stubenrauch en junio de 1897 quien a su vez la cedio a Jose Menendez el 7 de enero de 1899. Desde su llegada a Punta Arenas, el Ambasador dejo de navegar y fue destinado al servicio maritimo en calidad de ponton para deposito de lanas y otros productos. Asi permanecio por espacio de unos cuarenta anos hasta que se dispuso su radiacion del servicio por decision de su armador actual la Sociedad Ganadera y Comercial Menendez Behety que era la sucesora mercantil de Jose Menendez. En vez de ser desguazada, la barca fue traslada y varada en la playa de San Gregorio al lado del vapor Amadeo. En fecha indeterminada manos anonimas mutilaron la cabeza de su mascaron de proa, visto lo cual con autorizacion del Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales el resto del mascaron fue retirado para evitar mas danos, y fue parcialmente restaurado. En 1973 ambos buque fueron declarados Monumentos Historicos Nacionales. Esta informacion me fue gentilmente proporcionada por el profesor Mateo Martinic del Area de Historia, Instituto de la Patagonia, Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. Solo quedan actualmente tres barcos de estructura mixta en todo el mundo. El famoso Cutty Sark en su museo de Cheshire, Inglaterra, otrodel cual no tenemos informacion presente, y el Ambassador. En funcion de esa caracteristica tan especial y de su honrosa historia, su estado actual es lamentable. Cruzado sobre la playa de San Gregorio con la proa en el agua, sin el baupres y su proa destruida por fuego, los palos machos abatidos, restos del aparejo colgando por las bordas, su maderamen totalmente vandalizado excepto unas pocas maderas, su estructura metalica muy oxidada. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The clipper was built by Ambassador William Walker in the yard Lavender Dry Dock in Rotherhithe on the Thames in London and launched in 1869. It was commissioned by W. Lund & Company. It

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Minn-Kota 55 Engine Mounted Trolling Motor (55lbs of Thrust)
Our engine mount motors can turn your recreational runabout into a bona fide fishing machine without adding a motor to your deck. You get great electric motor performance when it's time to stow the ski's and wakeboard and pull out the rods and reels. The speed is controlled by an 18' corded remote that can be handheld or mounted in your boat. It offers infinitely variable speed in forward and reverse. The motor can be steered using your boat's steering wheel or outboard tiller. This unit runs on 12 volts

Instantly transform your boat into a bona fide fishing machine with the Minn-Kota 55 engine-mounted trolling motor when you're ready to trade skis and wakeboards for rods and reels. Minn Kota's EM motors can be integrated easily with no boat or motor interference, and they're perfect for navigating through tight spots. Offering 55 pounds of thrust, the speed is controlled by an 18-foot corded remote that can be handheld or mounted in your boat. It offers infinitely variable speed in forward and reverse, and the motor can be steered using your boat's steering wheel or outboard tiller.
This EM comes standard with Minn Kota's Digital Maximizer technology, which helps the battery run up to five times longer on a single charge. The Weedless Wedge 2 prop pushes weeds away and takes on the thick stuff without battery-draining chopping and hacking. It features swept-back, flared blades for unrelenting, reliable prop performance.
And the EM's electronics are housed in a fully waterproof control module mounted below the deck of the boat, and they're sealed in marine-grade polyurethane to provide corrosion-proof protection. The extruded aluminum housing features specially designed fins that dissipate heat to keep things cool under high RPM use.

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