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In a nutshell: This film segment of a multimedia art project features Barney and his girlfriend, Bjork, a Japanese whaling ship and lots of oozing petroleum jelly.
Morgan is the only remaining wooden whaling ship that still graces the water.
You Wouldn't Want to Sail on a 19th-Century Whaling Ship tells the story of a 14-year-old boy who is embarking on the whaling ship named the Essex.
I particularly enjoyed the section which retells the story of the Essex, a whaling ship apparently sunk by a whale and the inspiration for Hermann Melville's masterpiece Moby Dick.
I was wondering just how far our society may sink when I saw a television documentary on the History Channel about the Essex, a whaling ship that sank in 1820 after a whale rammed into it.
A Japanese whaling ship embarked on its final voyage Friday to the Northwest Pacific from Shimonoseki, western Japan, to conduct a three-month research whaling project.
And in Nathaniel Philbrick's In the Heart of the Sea (Viking), we read of the sinking of the 19th-century whaling ship Essex by a sperm whale, a real-life catastrophe that became the inspiration for Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
Ben's cousin, the captain of a whaling ship, told him that a strong current of warm water flowed all along the eastern coast of America and across the North Atlantic.
Coast Guard who is sent to board a drifting Russian whaling ship in the middle of a howling storm on the Bering Sea.
Australia-based environmental activist group Sea Shepherd has claimed it has saved 750 whales from the harpoons of the Japanese whaling ship.
According to the Telegraph, Shaun Higgins, a researcher at Auckland Museum, started investigating and claimed it never existed, with a whaling ship the source of the original error.