7 edition of The China voyage found in the catalog.
Originally published: London : Little, Brown, 1994.
|Contributions||Benyon, Joe., Warner, Rex.|
|LC Classifications||G480 .S48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||317 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||95017915|
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The China Voyage. This work describes how in April Tim Severin set sail from Vietnam in a bamboo raft on a mile voyage to America. The First Emperor of China despatched the navigator Hsu Fu eastward in the year BC to find the land which grew the drugs to give long life.
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The China Voyage is the extraordinary story of how Tim Severin and his crew made maritime history by sailing across the Pacific on a bamboo raft. Their purpose: to test the theory that Asian mariners reached America some 2, years ago.5/5(8).
The China Voyage: A Pacific Quest by Bamboo Raft Hardcover – January 1, by Tim Severin (Author)/5(3). The China Voyage: Across the Pacific by Bamboo Raft Paperback – December 1, by Timothy Severin (Author)5/5(9).
The China Voyage. Signed copy on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Award-winning writer and adventurer Severin (In Search of Genghis Khan,etc.) describes how he and his crew of seven made the seemingly impossible voyage across the Pacific in a craft that Chinese sailors might have used 2, years ago.
Books: The China Voyage | Tim Severin Most shocking of all were the impacts of the waves which happened to peak and crest as they swept up to the raft. Then the top of the wave broke free and smashed into the side of the raft, while the body of the wave washed under.
The China voyage across the Pacific by bamboo raft by Timothy Severin Published by Addison-Wesley Pub. in Reading, : Tim Severin. Menzies claims that the knowledge of the winds, currents, and sea conditions that he gained on this voyage was essential to reconstructing the Chinese voyage that he discusses in his first book.
Critics have challenged the depth of his nautical : Pseudohistory. The China Voyage is a very good read. My father started reading it to see if he could recognise any of the favourable characteristics ascribed to me, but said he found himself continuing to read the account of the voyage (which I did not go on) with real enjoyment.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Complete and unabridged." Originally published: London: Little, Brown & Co., Description. The China voyage. [Timothy Severin] -- The story of how six men and one woman made maritime history in Aprilby sailing the Pacific on a bamboo raft to test the theory that Asian sailors reached America some years ago.
His burly, violent presence added much strength to The China Voyage, for he was a blast from the past, a true seaman of old. My paperback copy of this book (reprinted in ) was filled with black-and-white versions of original watercolors both by Japanese artist, Nina, and by Trondur Patursson.
The China Voyage (Book): Severin, Timothy: Tim Severin describes how in May he set sail from Hong Kong on a bamboo raft, made in Vietnam, on a mile voyage to America. During the six month journey that followed the crew survived encounters with storms and pirates, to come within miles of California.
This last great voyage took three years and visited at least 17 different ports between Champa and Kenya. On the way back to China, likely in what are now Indonesian waters, Admiral Zheng He died.
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Kennedy survived the assassination attempt on him on Novem Voyage won a Sidewise Award for Alternate History, and was nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke Award in Author: Stephen Baxter. Buy The China Voyage: A Pacific Quest by Bamboo Raft By Tim Severin, in Very Good condition. Our cheap used books come with free delivery in the UK.
ISBN: ISBN Pages: The China voyage. [Timothy Severin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Timothy Severin. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The award-winning author of The Brendan Voyage documents his thrilling Pacific journey in a sixty-foot bamboo raft to test a scholar's theory that Asian navigators were the first to discover North America.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. From Library Journal/5(96). Book Overview The China Voyage is the extraordinary story of how Tim Severin and his crew made maritime history by sailing across the Pacific on a bamboo raft. Their purpose: to test the theory that Asian mariners reached America some 2, years ago.5/5(2).In The China Voyage, published inhe wrote that the expedition had proved that a bamboo raft of the second century BC could have made a voyage across the Pacific, just as Hsu Fu's account : Timothy Severin, 25 September (age .Explore our list of China - Travel Books at Barnes & Noble®.
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