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A voyage by Mr.Gordon Cook & family replicating the voyage undertaken by James Cook 200 years ago. A tribute to the qualities of courage, perseverance and determination

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We're not afraid to die....if we can all be together

  1. 1. “We're Not Afraid to Die..... if We Can All Be Together” Gordon Cook & Alan East Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  2. 2. CAPTAIN JAMES COOK Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  3. 3. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS Captain James Cook, (7 Nov 1728– 14 Feb 1779) was a British explorer, navigator and cartographer who ultimately rose to the rank of captain in the Royal Navy.
  4. 4. Voyages of James Cook Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  5. 5. 1st Voyage of James Cook Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  6. 6. 1st Voyage of James Cook • The Royal Society planned to send a ship to Tahiti to observe the transit of Venus across the Sun. • In May 1768 Cook was put in charge of a ship called the Endeavour. It sailed from Plymouth on 25 August 1768. • Cook arrived at Tahiti on 13 April 1769- sailed to New Zealand- sailed to explore the east coast of Australia, which he named New South Wales Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  7. 7. 2nd Voyage of James Cook Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  8. 8. 2nd Voyage of James Cook • James Cook was put in charge of an expedition to try and find a great southern continent. • He sailed in a ship called the Resolution on 13 July 1772. • Cook did not find any great southern landmass but on 17 January 1773 he became the first man to cross the Antarctic circle. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  9. 9. 3rd Voyage of James Cook Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  10. 10. 3rd Voyage of James Cook • In 1776 James Cook was sent on an expedition to try and find a northern passage by sea from the Pacific to the Atlantic. • Captain Cook sailed from Plymouth on 12 July 1776 in a ship called the Discovery. • In Hawai, he faced the hostility of the natives & Cook was killed. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
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  12. 12. Dramatis Personae • The boat - Wavewalker - 23 foot, 30 ton • Gordon Cook - 37-yr-old businessman • Mary - Cook's wife • Suzanne - 7 yrs - daughter • Jonathan - 6 yrs - son • Crew Members- –Larry Vigil - American –Herb Seigler -Swiss Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  13. 13. Gordon Cook & Family Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  14. 14. Gordon Cook & family making headlines Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  15. 15. Plymouth Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
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  17. 17. • They had sailed from Plymouth and, after calling at Madeira, Canary islands, Rio de Janeiro, Tristan da Cuna and Cape town, they then sailed nearly 3,000 miles from Africa with Australia still 2,000 miles away when disaster struck. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  18. 18. The Island of Ille Amsterdam - final refuge Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  19. 19. Different parts of a boat Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  20. 20. Bow & Stern The bow of a ship is the part of the ship that faces forward when the ship underway. The bow is usually distinguished by a sharply angled hull, which provides less resistance, making it easier for the ship to plow through water. The stern is located at the back end of the ship, opposite from the bow. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  21. 21. Port & Starboard Port refers to the left side of the ship, when facing forward. Starboard refers to the right side of the ship, when facing forward. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  22. 22. , in shipbuilding, the main structural member and backbone of a ship or boat, running longitudinally along the centre of the bottom of the hull from bow to stern. It may be made of timber, metal, or other strong, s t i f f m a t e r i a l . T r a d i t i o n a l l y it constituted the principal member to which the ribs were attached on each side. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  23. 23. Different parts of a ship Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  24. 24. • The is the larger sail that captures the bulk of the wind power necessary to propel the sailboat. Its vertical side attaches to the , a long upright pole, and its horizontal side secures to the , a long pole parallel to the deck. Sailors can rotate the boom 360 degrees horizontally from the mast to allow the mainsail to harness as much wind as possible. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  25. 25. Jib/Storm jib • The is the smaller, fixed triangular sail that adds additional power for the mainsail. • The is a small heavy jib for use in a high wind. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  26. 26. Forward & Aft : Forward on a ship means toward the direction of the bow. : Aft on a ship means toward the direction of the stern. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
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  28. 28. heavy mooring rope Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  29. 29. Life Jacket - a sleeveless buoyant or inflatable jacket for keeping a person afloat in water. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  30. 30. Oilskin - is a waterproof garment, typically worn by sailors and by others in wet areas Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  31. 31. a narrow shelflike bed, typically one of two or more arranged one on top of the other. Bunk bed Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
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  33. 33. Lifeline - a rope/line used by sailors to secure themselves to a boat. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  34. 34. Inflatable dingy - A dinghy is a type of small boat, often carried or towed for use as a lifeboat by a larger vessel. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  35. 35. Dingy Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  36. 36. Anchored boat Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  37. 37. Chartroom - A room on a ship where charts can be consulted Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  38. 38. Mayday Calls
  39. 39. Sextant • an astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances, especially the altitudes of sun, moon, and stars.
  40. 40. Compass
  41. 41. Caricature • a picture, description, etc., ludicrously exaggerating the peculiarities or defects of persons or things to create a comic effect.
  42. 42. Award for Gordon Cook • The Lady Swathling Award, for an outstanding feat of seamanship and navigation, was presented to Gordon Cook from Gloucestershire in recognition of his outstanding seamanship and navigation when he successfully sailed and navigated a severely damaged 30 ton yacht to safety saving the lives of all six people onboard. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  43. 43. Gordon received his award over 30 years after the incident in 1977 following many years living and sailing overseas. Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
  44. 44. Disclaimer: This powerpoint presentation has been created for my students. There is no commercial motive behind it. All materials have been from sourced from the internet Thank you Jude Joseph, PGT English, KVS
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