ShipIndex.org Guide to Merchant Ships

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The combination carrier Arctic does a little bit of everything, carrying wet and dry cargoes, along with a handful of containers on the deck, as well.

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Photograph by Jean Hemond, used with permission. Check on official terminology.

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Panel 1 - Bulk Carriers: Dry Goods

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 Rose George, Her book here. more citation information here.Find in a library near you.
Find in a library near you.

Panel 2 - Bulk Carriers: Wet Goods

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