Return of the Ghost Ship

Return of the Ghost Ship

DVD - 2011
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Using the latest marine survey techniques, HD photography, and underwater communications, National Geographic reveals one of the oldest intact shipwrecks in the world, which will transform understanding of 17th century trading. In the tradition of Jacques Cousteau, journey on an amazing expedition, conquering the unfamiliar, inaccessible waters of the Baltic Sea, to reveal one of the most technologically advanced trading ships of that time and cast a new light on history.
Publisher: [United States] : National Geographic ; Universal City, Calif. : Distributed by Vivendi Entertainment, [2011]
ISBN: 9781426341007
Branch Call Number: DVD 910.9163 R316
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Is it real? ghost ship?


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kevfarley Jul 07, 2014

7-7-14: 1 hold on 1 copy, which is 'available' at the Mid Manhattan branch of the NYPL. Has it 'gone missing'.

Jun 18, 2012

documentary - good, detailed, already been done (in part) with another ship thus had some fundementals and info to fall back on.

Aug 12, 2011

A really cool documentary about the discovery, exploration and history of a recent shipwreck found in the Baltic Sea that is in amazing condition. The documentary does a good job of showing how it was found, how they figured out its age, where it was from, and what it looked like. Still, it isn't as exciting as many national geographic specials so it's good the program is only 45 minutes long or so. If you like those underwater documentaries on History Channel you'll like this.


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