Dreams of a Future Past: the Geddes Ocean Liner & Yacht

An Ambitious Design This blog post is another diversion from the typical fare of JaySea Archaeology blog. Outside of the blog posts that discuss maritime pseudoarchaeology, most of the ships covered in this blog represent physical ships that exist or at least existed at one point. Archaeology is inherently the study of the physical, the … Continue reading Dreams of a Future Past: the Geddes Ocean Liner & Yacht

Museum Ships Series IV: The Admiral

"Ships and boats are made to operate, they're not made to sit around and be museum pieces...unless you're the federal government with unlimited resources that can maintain the USS Constitution, it's not feasible to maintain an "old ship."" Bill Klein, St. Louis Marine The Museum Ship That Never Was  The third ship in the museum ships series … Continue reading Museum Ships Series IV: The Admiral