8 edition of Shipwrecks of Florida found in the catalog.
* Over 2, 100 shipwrecks from the 16th century to the present; the most comprehensive listing now available * Arranged primarily by geographical sections of the state. Within sections, wrecks are arranged chronologically * Extensive and heavily illustrated appendices offer a wealth of information on topics of interest to divers and researchers
|LC Classifications||G525 .S556 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||91045895|
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'Shipwrecks of Florida' performs beautifully, in this regard The reference section offers just the facts, well presented relevant while being kept as succinct as possible. A meaningful portion of the book is indeed dedicated to "Shipwreck Narratives", however, again/5(29).
Shipwrecks of Florida by Steven D Singer Paperback $ Florida Pirates: From the Southern Gulf Coast to the Keys and Beyond by James Kaserman Paperback $ Customers who viewed this item also viewed Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of /5(6).
Review. I recommend this book to anyone visiting the Florida keys with shipwrecks in Shipwrecks of Florida book. The water is clear and the sites provide excellent underwater photographic opportunities.
The history of the Florida keys is captured in her shipwrecks, the means of early transportation, but her escapades with pirates, hurricanes, and poor navigation.5/5(3). In an attempt to relate but a handful of these incidents, Shipwrecks of the Sunshine State chronicles the tales of over Florida maritime casualties.
Hundreds of archival vessel images, underwater photographs, site maps, and pictures of artifacts recovered from these wrecks help to illustrate the drama and tragedy of these losses.5/5(3).
Shipwrecks of Florida book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Over 2, shipwrecks from the 16th century to the present; the most /5(3). Barnette, Michael C. Florida's Shipwrecks.
Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Pub, Print; pages; nonfiction; ages 10 and up; This book, which is part of the Images of America series, is filled with photographs of actual shipwrecks and recovered Spanish treasure.
It includes shipwrecks that occurred in Florida coastal waters and inland waterways. There are as many shipwreck stories as there are thousands of Florida shipwrecks. This book offers thirty of the most interesting of them—from the tale of young Fontaneda, who wrecked in and was held captive by Indians for 17 years, to the story of the Coast Guard cutter Bibb, which was sunk off Key Largo in to provide an artificial reef and diving site/5(3).
“Shipwrecks in the Americas”. Author: Robert F. Marx Publisher: Dover Publications, New York, New York Ina fleet from Havana was struck by a storm at the mouth of the Bahama Channel somewhere near the coast of Florida.
“The treasure-laden galleon Espiritu Santo el Mayor, tons, Captain Antonio de Soto. Florida Shipwrecks is the moat comprehensive, accurate, illustrated collection of information, photographs, sketches and stories ever written about the shipwrecks around the state of Florida.
This book contains a wealth of enlightening information that gives the readers a nostalgic glimpse into the history and present condition of over 19 rows A ship in the Spanish Plate Fleet that was wrecked along the Florida Keys.
USS Patrol. Famous Shipwrecks of the Florida Keys book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book contains the history, manifest, salvage an /5(2). More Shipwrecks of Florida is a comprehensive listing of shipwrecks, organized by location.
It also covers search and salvage, artifact conservation, and rights to wrecks. This new book lists up-to-date information about the wrecks, with GPS coordinates, as well as stories of pirates and privateers, wreckers, and sunken : Pineapple Press, Inc.
 Shipwrecks of Florida book published his book Pieces of Eight (Recovering The Riches Of A Lost Spanish Fleet) in This is a detailed account of the finding and exploration of many of these shipwrecks along the Florida "Treasure Coast." An exhibit was set up with a grand opening on May 1,at the First National Bank of Satellite Beach.
More Shipwrecks of Florida is a sequel to Shipwrecks of Florida, 2nd edition. This new book adds over 1, new shipwrecks and includes additional information on hundreds of previously listed shipwrecks, all organized by year. It also includes more GPS coordinates, as well as stories of pirates and privateers, wreckers, and buried and sunken.
Wrecks are arranged primarily by geographical section of the state. Within sections, wrecks are arranged chronologically. Extensive and heavily illustrated appendices offer a wealth of information on topics of interest to divers and researchers alike.
A companion volume, More Shipwrecks of Florida, is now available from Pineapple : Pineapple Press, Inc. Florida's Shipwrecks is a history book by Michael C.
Barnette about shipwrecks in the coastal waters of Florida. Barnette has been actively diving and researching shipwrecks for close to twenty years, and this has resulted in the identification of seventeen wreck : Michael C. Barnette. Over 2, shipwrecks from the 16th century to the present; the most comprehensive listing now available.
Wrecks are arranged primarily by geographical section of the state. Within sections, wrecks 5/5(2). Description: This book is an illustrated history of shipwrecks in Florida.
The second chapter includes the following treasure wrecks: "Nuestra Senora de Atocha". is the longest-running website on the Internet devoted to shipwrecks. is an information-packed hub to research wrecks of all time periods and locations, as well as a way to keep track of expeditions, job opportunities, and to learn about new books, wreck research & dive techniques, etc.
We are updating our site and adding new features, so some older. Get this from a library. Shipwrecks of Florida. [Steven D Singer] -- Over 2, shipwrecks from the 16th century to the present; the most comprehensive listing now available-- Arranged primarily by geographical section of the state.
Within sections, wrecks are. Wrecks are arranged primarily by geographical section of the state. Within sections, wrecks are arranged chronologically. Extensive and heavily illustrated appendices offer a wealth of information on topics of interest to divers and researchers alike.
A companion volume, More Shipwrecks of Florida, is now available from Pineapple Press/5(3). More Shipwrecks of Florida is a sequel to Shipwrecks of Florida, 2nd edition.
This new book adds over 1, new shipwrecks and includes additional information on hundreds of previously listed shipwrecks, all organized by year. The Greatest Shipwrecks Still Out There with sites and blogs dedicated to covering news and updates regarding the hunts for shipwrecks, but books, was a good week for shipwreck.
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SHIPWRECKS. Florida. Arguably the most famous of all Spanish galleons salvaged in our time, the Atocha was the almiranta of the Fleet, which left Havana several weeks late and soon ran into a hurricane.
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By Dan and Denise Berg, pages. Shipwrecks are an important complement to the natural coral reefs as a sport diving attraction in Florida. Steven Danforth Singer’s newest book “More Shipwrecks of Florida: A Comprehensive Listing” is extremely well researched and adds another 1, wrecks to the extensive list that Singer published in his previous book “Shipwrecks of Florida.” His previous book had been my “go to book,” whenever I needed quick info on Florida wrecks.
Shipwrecks of Florida: A Comprehensive Listing: Singer, Steven D: Books - (21). Florida s Shipwrecks Book Summary: The Sunshine State has a rich maritime history spanning more than five centuries.
Tragically, part of that history includes thousands of ships that have met their fates in Florida waters. Potentially more than 5, shipwrecks reside off Florida's 1, miles of coastline, with hundreds more lost in the state's interior rivers.
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