Steve Ellis
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why did i delete boats and hoes? i don't knooooow

Agnes: if we had a room with thick ropes curling on the floor, reaching from wall to wall, to give you the feeling of being on a boat. You could even have an aquarium were water is bubbling, making it look like a window.

circa 1890  Fish dock, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

Fish dock, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, with big sloop and ketch-rigged sailing trawlers (Lug) - National Maritime Museum

Trawlers Northern Duke (GY442), left, and Yardley (GY81) in dock at Grimsby in the 1950s.

Trawlers Northern Duke left, and Yardley in dock at Grimsby in the

Ship of the line HMS Victory

HMS Victory Class: First Rate Ship of the Line Launched: May 1765 At: Chatham, Kent England Commissioned: February 1778 Length: 277 feet 6 inches Beam: 52 feet Draft: 25 feet Displacement: tons Armament: 102 Guns (Cannon and Carronade) Complement: 850