Or the ancient titanic, it sailed from Barfleur, anyone know anything about it? i will not give any more details so you do not go wasting your time googling, it is just that i need some details.
jimmysnyder said:While it is true that google brings back lots of false hits that need to be waded through, persistence often helps.
I googled for barfleur white and found these
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Ship (of course wiki would have it)
None of the three links I posted were 'google sources'. I just used google to find them. Are you looking for a web site that google doesn't know about? Good luck with that.wolram said:i thought
that maybe someone had a non google source.
I googled for shipbuilding "12th century" and found this:wolram said:Jimmy, i am looking for what type of ship , there are depictions in old tapestries, but they are very stylised.
Wiki said:Sometime around the 12th century, northern European ships began to be built with a straight sternpost, enabling the mounting of a rudder.
jimmysnyder said:I googled for shipbuilding "12th century" and found this:
Was there a sternpost or rudder on the images you saw?