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Paul Hamlyn, London, Revised Edition 1966. It would have been more appropriate to call this book Boats, for it covers ships, boats, and yachts rather than ships. Small boats have been important to the human race since primitive man first achieved the feat of conveying himself and his belongings by water. At first they were only dug-out canoes or rafts but by 40-00 B.C. the Egyptians were building the larger vessels we call ships. Illustrated profusely with plates in colour and other photographs in black and white. Shelf worn condition. 152pp. 285 x 217 mm.