Pomian I.,Polish Maritime Museum |
Fojutowski A.,Polish Maritime Museum |
Wroblewska H.,Polish Maritime Museum |
Komorowicz M.,Polish Maritime Museum |
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Drewno | Year: 2010
The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdansk participated in the EU project MACHU aiming at creation of a system of location, making information on European subaqueous maritime cultural heritage available and dissemination of it. 7 EU countries co-operated in the project. The Wood Technology Institute contributed to research on durability of small oak wood samples submerged in the sea. The samples were considered bioindicator of changes. The outline of research in the project is presented below.
Litwin J.,Polish Maritime Museum
RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects - International Conference on Historic Ships III | Year: 2012
The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (PMM) is a national institution. Among many exhibits, two museum-ships in the collection are very popular attraction for visitors. The first is the "Sołdek", a bulk carrier, the first ship built in a Polish yard at 1949. The second one is the "Dar Pomorza", Poland's first sail-training ship (constructed in Hamburg at 1909). Apart from these large vessels, the Museum also has two fishing stall cutters, three historic yachts and over twenty traditional boats from Polish waters. In Poland there are institutions having warships. Such is the Polish Navy who keep the Błyskawica, a destroyer from the World War II (built in UK at 1936) presented in Gdynia. The Polish Armoury Museum in Kołobrzeg has two small warships, while the private company has as a floating office the pilot ship "Bembridge" constructed in UK at 1938. The presentation below shows an example of ideas and results of floating technical and historical heritage protection of European countries. © 2012: The Royal Institution of Naval Architects.