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1945 Chris Craft Cruiser Ad 1955 Evinrude Outboard Ad 1956 Johnson Outboard Ad 1968 Chrysler Marine Ad 1969 Chris Craft Ad

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Ships and boats are the oldest types of transport. The first ships were built thousands of years ago. Ships and boats are used for travel, by the armed forces for our defence, for fishing, for transporting cargo between countries, and for leisure, sport and relaxation.

Three quarters of all goods carried from country to country must cross oceans and seas in ships and boats. Here is a timeline that shows some major developments in the building of ships and boats.

 

Many thousands of years ago, a raft made by tying several logs together with creepers, was the first kind water transport that a person could steer. In this photo you can see that rafts are still used today, to carry people and goods across rivers and lakes.

Later, people made the first real boats by hollowing out logs. In this photo you can see a boat that has been made by hollowing out the middle of a log. A frame boat, built like a basket and covered with animal skins was another very early boat. A coating of tar kept the boat watertight.

4000 BC: Boat builders in ancient Egypt used reeds to build what were probably the first sailing boats. The Egyptian reed boats had a mast and sails and were used
on the river Nile.

By 2500 BC the Egyptians were building wooden boats that could sail across oceans.

Viking longboats
These ships had sails as well as up to 60 oarsmen who rowed the ship. The longboats were long and narrow so were able to travel on the open sea, as well as along rivers.

1100 AD Chinese junks were sailing boats with a rudder for steering the boat, battens on the sails to give them greater strength, and watertight compartments long before western ships had them. They were fighting and transport ships.

1450 onwards: Three and four masted sailing ships were in service for several centuries. These wooden ships were used as battleships, and by explorers and as trade vessels, carrying cargo from country to country.

In the 1800s, fast sailing ships called 'clipper ships' were built. They had long, slim hulls and tall masts.

1819 The first steamships to cross the Atlantic combined steam and wind power.

1845 The first ocean-going liners made of iron and driven by a propeller were being built from this time.

1880s Some steam driven river boats had rear paddles and were called stern wheelers, others had paddle wheels on either side.

1910 Coal burning sailing ships were converted to diesel power, using oil instead of steam.

1955 Hovercraft float abovethe waves on cushions of air and are capable of high speeds of up to 140 km an hour.

1959 The N.S. Savannah, one of the first nuclear powered cargo ships, was able to sail for three and a half years without refuelling.

1980s Hydrofoil Used as ferries or water taxis, hydrofoils ride on wings that lift the craft clear of the water so that it rides on skis as it gains speed.

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Chris Craft 1945

Chris Craft 36 ft. Cruiser - 1945 Ad

1945 Chris Craft 36 ft. enclosed cruiser original vintage advertisement. Features 2 complete staterooms, dinette, ship's galley and sleeps six. Cruises up to 23 m.p.h. Available after victory.

 

Size - (6 inches x 10 inches 15 cm x 25 cm)
Grading - excellent
Availability - sold
Price - $30.00
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1969 Chirs-Craft ad

Chris-Craft 1969 Ad

1960 Chris Craft original vintage advertisement. Features the 18ft. Continental, 27 ft. Constellation, 33 ft. Sport Fisherman, 40 ft. Conqueror and 55 ft. Constellation Yacht. Photographed in rich color

 

 

Size - (Three Quarter Page 8 inches x 11 inches 20 cm x 28 cm )
Grading - excellent
Availability - sold
Price - $25.00
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Chrysler Marine 1968

Chrysler Marine - 1968 Ad

1968 Chrysler Marine Products original vintage advertisement. Photographed in vivid color featuring the Hydro Vee fleet; the Commodore and the Commando, equipped with Magna Power Chrysler outboard motors.

 

Size - (Full Page 10 inches x 13 inches 25 cm x 33 cm)
Grading - excellent
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Evinrude Outboard Ad 1955

Evinrude Outboard - 1955 Ad

1955 Evinrude Outboard Motor original vintage advertisement. Photographed in vivid color with price list ranging from $145 for the Lightwin to $525 for the Electric Big Twin Aquasonic.

 

Size - (Full Page 10 inches x 13 inches 25 cm x 33 cm)
Grading - excellent
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Price - $25.00
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Johnson Outboard 1956

Johnson Outboard Motors - 1956 Ad

1956 Johnson Outboard Motors original vintage advertisement. Featuring the new Javelin 30 h.p. with electric start. Original MSRP started at $582. Includes list prices for all nine models for 1956.

 

Size - (Full Page 10 inches x 13 inches 25 cm x 33 cm)
Grading - excellent
Availability - sold
Price - $25.00
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