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Nolan Garcia
Nolan Garcia

Nautica Competition

Although Terry's voyage along the coast of the Arabian Peninsula was largely an uneventful one, sometimes warfare happened on the high seas. As European countries competed with each other for control over sea-based trade routes, competition and conflict were inevitable. Ships were designed accordingly. They often were equipped with numerous cannons of various sizes and capacities. These weapons were difficult to load and sometimes dangerous to fire. Cannons required crews of two or more men to operate efficiently. However, the destructive power of the cannon was impressive and, with the right shot, could prove fatal for both men and ships. In addition, smaller gunpowder weapons were created and specifically designed for use on ships. These weapons contained easily interchangeable parts that could be substituted if part of a weapon became wet or damaged.

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