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MARITIME MUSEUMS
NAVAL SHIPS
CATEGORY
NUMBER
SHIPS
MARITIME MUSEUM
TALL SHIPS
LIST
MUSEUM SHIPS
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Definitions

  1. List of museum ships is a comprehensive, annotated list of museum ship s around the world.

Maritime Museums

  1. Evans, M. H., & West, J. (1998). Maritime museums: A guide to the collections and museum ships in Britain and Ireland.

Naval Ships

  1. Naval ships preserved as museum ships are frequent along eastern America. (Web site)

Category

  1. This is the category of museum ships.

Number

  1. A number of ironclads have been preserved or reconstructed as museum ships. (Web site)

Ships

  1. While some freighters, such as Great Lakes bulk carriers, Liberty and Victory ships, have survived as museum ships, no conventional tankers have. (Web site)

Maritime Museum

  1. Many if not most museum ships also associated with a maritime museum.

Tall Ships

  1. Many of the museum ships and tall ships are taking passengers, for a unique on-board view of the Arrival Parade.

List

  1. See list of museum ships for a more comprehensive listing.
  2. MUSEUM SUBMARINES - list of submarines preserved as museum ships or in museums. (Web site)

Museum Ships

  1. List of museum ships is a comprehensive, annotated list of museum ships around the world.
  2. Submarine Museum Master List - this is the complete list of all submarines and submersibles preserved as museum ships or in museums around the world. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Maritime Museum
  2. Annotated List
  3. Tall Ships
  4. Museum Ship
  5. Naval Ships

Subcategories

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