Extended Bibliography

• Bugler, AR, HMS Victory: Building, Restoration and Repair, London 1966 

• Fenwick, V, (ed), The Graveney Boat, British Archaeological Reports, British Series, London 1978

• Forrester, Jim, Floating the Collection: An Analysis of the Issues Concerning Floating Ship and Boat Collections in Museums, unpublished dissertation submitted for the award of the Diploma of the Museums Association, 1990

• Friel, Ian, The Good Ship: Ships, Shipbuilding and Technology in England 1200-1520, British Museum Press, London 1995

• Gardner, John, Maritime Museums: Obligations and Perspectives, Wooden Boat, No 1 1975, pp35-42

• Griffiths, Denis, Steam at Sea: Two Centuries of Steam-powered Ships, Conway, London 1997

• Heine, William C, Historic Ships of the World, David and Charles, Newton Abbott 1976

• Kearon, John, Historic and Significant Ships and Boats: Preservation Versus Use, Drassana, No 10, Barcelona, October 2002, pp70-80

• Kearon, John, Ladies Gig: Conserving a Victorian pulling gig, Classic Boat, May 1992, pp41-44

• Kearon, John, Nail Sickness, Classic Boat, September 1992, pp41-45

• Kearon, John, Conserving ‘Asgard', Classic Boat, October 2008, pp46-48

• Lavery, Brian, The Ship of the Line (two vols), Chatham Publishing, London 1983 & 1984

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thole pin:

a single pin or one of a pair rising vertically from the sheer and acting in a variety of ways to provide a fulcrum for the oar