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One great article - four maritime publications!

Yes, an article about our International Maritime Business majors ihas appeared in four key South African maritime trade journals.

Although the article is the basically the same for each of the four links, I thought that I would post all four so that you would have an opportunity to get a feel for each of the websites and explore other topics.
 

One great article - four maritime publications!

Yes, an article about our International Maritime Business majors ihas appeared in four key South African maritime trade journals.

Although the article is the basically the same for each of the four links, I thought that I would post all four so that you would have an opportunity to get a feel for each of the websites and explore other topics.
 

Great Flying Boats of the Second World War
(Includes the Kawanishi H8K Type 2 "Emily," Blohm & Voss 222 Viking, Short S-25 Sunderland, Consolidated Vultee PB2Y Coronado and Martin JRM Mars)

Ship builder Blohm & Voss built a couple of large flying boat transport aircraft for Germany during the war. The huge (220,460 pound max. take off weight), six-engined, Bv-238 did not reach production or operational service before the war ended and only one prototype was ever built. It was destroyed while tied to its dock at Schaal Lake in September 1944 by three P-51 fighters.

The Viking was based on the design of a trans-Atlantic civil airliner being developed before the war for Lufthansa and the type was carried forward as a large military transport. The Bv 222 became the largest aircraft to shoot down an enemy airplane during the war, when a Bv 222 (V4) shot down a PB4Y (B-24) patrol plane.

One great article - four maritime publications!

Yes, an article about our International Maritime Business majors ihas appeared in four key South African maritime trade journals.

Although the article is the basically the same for each of the four links, I thought that I would post all four so that you would have an opportunity to get a feel for each of the websites and explore other topics.
 

Great Flying Boats of the Second World War
(Includes the Kawanishi H8K Type 2 "Emily," Blohm & Voss 222 Viking, Short S-25 Sunderland, Consolidated Vultee PB2Y Coronado and Martin JRM Mars)

Ship builder Blohm & Voss built a couple of large flying boat transport aircraft for Germany during the war. The huge (220,460 pound max. take off weight), six-engined, Bv-238 did not reach production or operational service before the war ended and only one prototype was ever built. It was destroyed while tied to its dock at Schaal Lake in September 1944 by three P-51 fighters.

The Viking was based on the design of a trans-Atlantic civil airliner being developed before the war for Lufthansa and the type was carried forward as a large military transport. The Bv 222 became the largest aircraft to shoot down an enemy airplane during the war, when a Bv 222 (V4) shot down a PB4Y (B-24) patrol plane.

Silverfjord was one of the ships with which MACS began its South Africa-Europe service. shown here in Durban in 2009 during her time on the Gulf Africa Line’s service. She has since been withdrawn.

Originally trading on MACS’s South Africa-Europe service as Golden Isle , Viborg is shown discharging cargo on arrival in Cape Town from the US Gulf in 2009. She has been replaced by a modern ship.

Green Cape and her sistership Diamond Land provided a ro-ro capability for MACS that offered shipment of out-of-gauge items of cargo. She was withdrawn in 2012.


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