Nautical Science - Past, Present, Future is a fascinating, in-depth history of nautical science which will appeal to those with a serious interest in the field. Furness and Dragnes's substantial work spans the period from the Magna Carta up to a meticulous examination of the modern science integral to human activity at the sea every day.Lined with hundreds of informative and intriguing illustrations, Nautical Science belies a lifelong interest and involvement in the field.
John Furnes and Hans L.
I started out as a 3rd officer in this company, but made fast progress to 2nd and 1st officer. At this company, at the age of 30, I became Master on their product tankers, and followed up to do the same position on bulk ships and crude oil tankers. I was very much involved in planning and executions of maintenance work, and dry dock operations. I also spent 2 years as Superintendent looking after their new buildings at Mitsui Zosen, Chiba and Tamano. There I was in charge of the steel work and paint systems on the entire ship. The Bridge and Navigational instrumentation and all Safety installations were also my responsibility.
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