treasure ship


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Noun1.treasure ship - a 16th-century ship loaded with treasuretreasure ship - a 16th-century ship loaded with treasure
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
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This ship was a model of the original treasure ship sailed by Zheng He, the 15th century Chinese navigator and diplomat.
However, instead of a wrecked treasure ship, this island contains a large number of lifelike stone statues of children, and coincidentally, there are no children on the island.
40pm) THE Pirate Captain sets out to capture a Bank of England treasure ship but inadvertently storms The Beagle and captures a young Charles Darwin.
In THE TENTH WITNESS, a young explorer of the deep, Henri and his partner build an extremely durable steel platform above a sunken treasure ship, The Lutine.
The coin was minted with stolen Spanish gold seized by the British from a Spanish treasure ship at the battle of Vigo in 1702.
This was the official figure but some say the true value of the treasure ship was PS400,000 (PS30 million).
To prove the naysayers wrong, the Pirate Captain sets out to capture a Bank of England treasure ship, but inadvertently storms The Beagle and captures a young Charles Darwin (David Tennant) and his primate manservant Mister Bobo.
To prove the naysayers wrong, The Pirate Captain sets out to capture a Bank of England treasure ship but inadvertently storms The Beagle and captures a young Charles Darwin (David Tennant) and his primate manservant, Mister Bobo.
The recently-built "lost Jeddah treasure ship," the largest made of styrofoam, is to enter the Guinness Book of World Records during this year's Jeddah summer festival.
He sets out to seize a Bank of England treasure ship only to storm The Beagle instead and capture a young Charles Dickens, and his primate manservant Mister Bobo.
The big-budget movie is about a sunken treasure ship and is said to have been inspired by the Hollywood production 'The Deep'.
Each treasure ship had a capacity for five hundred men.

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