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Brunel DescriptionIn product ironship 1843 Britain launched, becoming the precursor of the large steel hulled vessels today. However, she was small in comparison with liners of the early 1900s as ship owners vied for first place in terms of speed, elegance and size. Interior and Mauritania and the Titanic were followed later by giant two queens of France and the lining of Normandy. But the jet was threatened near the end of the line of the ocean to the dedicated cruise ship was born a decade later and now the boats are as massive as the industry itself. Geoff Lunn traces the many changes in construction and design over the years, and look what means the most in all areas, the size is not only physical. East. . . More>>

Building the Biggest: From Ironships to Cruise Liners