sharda

sharda

Sharda is a freelance writer with a post graduation in journalism and mass communication. Working as a senior writer with Marine Insight, she likes to explore and write about maritime history and incidences of life at the sea. In her free time she likes reading and browsing sports channels.
Maritime History

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse: Is this the Most Beautifully Located Lighthouse?

One of the most beautiful lighthouses in the United States is located in its North-western state of Oregon. The Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, a now-defunct lighthouse, is in its own class when the subject of singular lighthouses are raised and talked about. What makes it more unique is its strategic location on top a huge rock.

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The Mystery of the Mary Celeste Ghost Ship

The mystery of the missing crew members of Mary Celeste is one of the several unexplained stories of the maritime world. Now termed as a ghost ship, Mary Celeste and stories revolving around her still intrigues people about the mysterious disappearance.

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The Fantastic Floating Capsule Hotel

The capsule hotel is a small floating enclosed structure made solely out of pods that are used in offshore oilrigs as an escape outlet. Find out more about this amazing hotel inside the article.

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How Vikings Used “Sunstones” for Navigation at Sea?

Vikings have been known as the finest sailors in the history of shipping. They used the finest ships and equipments available then for sailing. Vikings have been believed to use a special stone known as the Sun Stone for guiding they for navigation at sea. What was this sun stone and how did they use it? Let’s find out.

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Ship That Made History: RMS Lusitania

At the start of the World War I, when the Central and Allied forces were battling it out and the United States remained an inert presence, the destruction of RMS Lusitaniagave way to the American entry into the war.

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