|Statement||David R. MacGregor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
The Great Tea Race of At the height of the sailing era, four of the world’s fastest clippers raced home with the season’s precious early cargo of tea Ariel and Taeping at sea during the Author: Mike Dash. The Tea Clippers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. TEA CLIPPERS THEIR HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT Few ship-types have /5. Among the most notable clippers were the China clippers, also called tea clippers or opium clippers, designed to ply the trade routes between Europe and the East Indies. The last example of these still in reasonable condition was Cutty Sark, preserved in dry dock at Greenwich, United Kingdom. Damaged by fire on 21 May while undergoing conservation, the ship was permanently elevated three. Tea Clippers: Their History and Development, by MacGregor, David R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
GREAT DAYS OF SAIL: Reminiscences of a Tea Clipper Captain (Conway Classics) by Shewan, Andrew and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The China clippers would bring tea from Canton or Hong Kong to New York, cutting down the typical sailing speed from days to under days. This was truly revolutionary. China Tea Clippers. Book Binding:Paperback / softback. Author:Campbell, George. Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. The Tea Clippers: Their History & Development, by David R. MacGregor avg rating — 5 ratings — published
Book Review | The Tea Clippers: Their History and Development by David R. MacGregor Joshua Rigsby The exploits of the great Victorian-era sailing vessels Cutty Sark, Thermopylae, Taeping, and Ariel have transported the imaginations of seafarers and would-be adventurers for over years. As soon as the tea was secured the clippers would leave again for London, a trip that would take them three months, travers miles, 3/4ths of the way around the world. The ships would battle for position for weeks, stretching every inch of canvas for a possible advantage, and arriving in London within minutes of each other. And thanks to every box of Clipper Tea you buy, we're able to keep doing the good stuff. All our products are natural, fair and delicious. There are many small ways to do a world of good. And thanks to every box of Clipper Tea you buy, we're able to keep doing the good . The history of the China tea clippers is examined in this book, especially their struggle in the 19th century for economic survival in the face of the steamships. It also details the advances made in design, hull construction, rigging, sail plans and deck arrangements.