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Mediterranean Sea Floor





mediterranean sea floor






    mediterranean sea
  • The Mediterranean Sea is a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by the Mediterranean region and almost completely enclosed by land: on the north by Anatolia and Europe, on the south by North Africa, and on the east by the Levant.

  • In oceanography, a mediterranean sea is a mostly enclosed sea that has limited exchange of deep water with outer oceans and where the water circulation is dominated by salinity and temperature differences rather than winds.

  • An almost landlocked sea between southern Europe, the northern coast of Africa, and southwestern Asia. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Strait of Gibraltar, with the Red Sea by the Suez Canal and with the Black Sea by the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara, and the Bosporus

  • Mediterranean: the largest inland sea; between Europe and Africa and Asia





    floor
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"

  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"











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Ghajn Tuffieha Tower




Ghajn Tuffieha Tower





THE ‘DE REDIN’ TOWERS
The continuos attack of Barbary Corsairs forced the Order of St John to
supplement then defences of Valletta and the Three Cities with the
erection of a number of forts and watch towers. These watch towers were
built mainly around the coast to hold back unexpected attacks by. By
day, large red flags were hoisted while by night bonfires were lit on
the flat roofs as a warning of an imminent danger.

Under the Order there were 23 towers erected by various Grand Masters.
Wignacourt, Lascaris and Garset built ten and De Rohan built the
remaining thirteen. Few of them still stand, alone and aloof on the
heights of the barren cliffs. They have been left to the mercy of time
and to the tastes of vandals.

From aboutmalta.com

According to the Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org),

Ghajn Tuffieha Tower was built in 1637, at the top of the cliffs at the western edge of Ghajn Tuffieha Bay. During the Middle Ages il-Mahras maintained a watch-post in Ghajn Tuffieha, probably in the same site were the tower was built. This is one of the seven towers built by Grand Master Lascaris, during the times of the Knights of Malta. This tower has a longish shape and the ground floor room is larger than the second floor one. It was armed with ?-pdr cannon and was manned by four men, a captain and three men.













Entrance to another "Etna world"




Entrance to another





Entrance to "la Grotta del Gelo" (Ice-cave) on the north side of Mt. Etna. In this cave you find the only "glacier" in the Mediterranean Sea. The whole cave is covered with ice on the floor all year round (very slippery ;-)!) and there are several icycles from the ceiling! It is said to be the queen of Etna caves...

This HDR picture of three exposures shows the entrance to this fascinating world:

Canon PowerShot G3
Aufnahmedatum/-zeit: 20.05.2007 15:38
Aufnahmemodus: Av (Zeitautomatik)
Filmempfindlichkeit (ISO): 100
Objektiv: 7.2 - 28.8mm
Brennweite: 7.2mm

Tv (Verschlusszeit): 1/320
Av (Blendenzahl): 8.0
Tv (Verschlusszeit): 1/1250
Av (Blendenzahl): 8.0
Tv (Verschlusszeit): 1/80
Av (Blendenzahl): 8.0









mediterranean sea floor








mediterranean sea floor




Part 1 - Pour me another rum - I'm going to sail the Shake Down Cruise in the Mediterranean Sea. (






“Once upon a time I got drunk and bought a sailboat from the bar maid in my favorite bar” seemed like an appropriate opening for my story since that is exactly how it all started.
It ended with a 5 year sailing adventure that will take you around the circumference of the world using both hemispheres for a total of 33,194 miles of cruising through 23 seas and oceans, resting in 172 ports on 64 islands in 34 countries.
I had the privilege to serve as the Master of the sailing yacht “MillenniumUSA” with 62 different crew members, men and women, (we even call our guests “crew” so we don’t have to pamper them) on different parts of this voyage. ‘Master’, may clearly be an exaggeration since, due to my liberal use of the traditional rum ration, I was neither forced to use the lash nor the plank to maintain discipline; just more rum!
This is one part of a 10 part Series from my Book, “Pour me another rum – I’m going to sail around the world” “The Five Year Voyage”. It has been developed for those readers who wish to experience just a “taste” of the adventures of sailing around the world on their own yacht or for those who are interested only in specific parts of the world. So pour yourself a rum and climb aboard.

Part 1 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Shake Down Cruise in the Mediterranean Sea. Getting ready to Cruise: My Seven P’s - Passion, Planning, Purchasing, Possession, Provision, Preparations and Push Off.

Part 2 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to start the Round the World Voyage and sail the Western Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Part 3 - Pour me another rum – I’m going to sail the Caribbean Sea and visit the Turks & Caicos, Leeward, Windward, Virgin, San Blas and the ABC Islands and the Panama Canal.

Part 4 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Pacific Ocean and visit Galapagos, Marquesas, and Cook Islands and Polynesia.

Part 5 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the South Pacific and visit New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Part 6 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail Down Under, Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.

Part 7 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Java Sea and Malacca Straits to Bali, Burma, Singapore, South China Sea, and Phuket.

Part 8 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Indian Ocean and Red Sea and visit Sri Lanka, Maldives, Oman, Djibouti, Egypt and the Suez Canal.

Part 9 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and visit Turkey, Greece and the Corinth Canal.

Part 10 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Central Mediterranean Sea, Malta, Tunisia and Southern Italy - Ending the Round the World Voyage.

Complete Book "Pour me another rum - I'm going to sail around the World" "the 5 year Voyage"

“Once upon a time I got drunk and bought a sailboat from the bar maid in my favorite bar” seemed like an appropriate opening for my story since that is exactly how it all started.
It ended with a 5 year sailing adventure that will take you around the circumference of the world using both hemispheres for a total of 33,194 miles of cruising through 23 seas and oceans, resting in 172 ports on 64 islands in 34 countries.
I had the privilege to serve as the Master of the sailing yacht “MillenniumUSA” with 62 different crew members, men and women, (we even call our guests “crew” so we don’t have to pamper them) on different parts of this voyage. ‘Master’, may clearly be an exaggeration since, due to my liberal use of the traditional rum ration, I was neither forced to use the lash nor the plank to maintain discipline; just more rum!
This is one part of a 10 part Series from my Book, “Pour me another rum – I’m going to sail around the world” “The Five Year Voyage”. It has been developed for those readers who wish to experience just a “taste” of the adventures of sailing around the world on their own yacht or for those who are interested only in specific parts of the world. So pour yourself a rum and climb aboard.

Part 1 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Shake Down Cruise in the Mediterranean Sea. Getting ready to Cruise: My Seven P’s - Passion, Planning, Purchasing, Possession, Provision, Preparations and Push Off.

Part 2 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to start the Round the World Voyage and sail the Western Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Part 3 - Pour me another rum – I’m going to sail the Caribbean Sea and visit the Turks & Caicos, Leeward, Windward, Virgin, San Blas and the ABC Islands and the Panama Canal.

Part 4 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Pacific Ocean and visit Galapagos, Marquesas, and Cook Islands and Polynesia.

Part 5 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the South Pacific and visit New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Part 6 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail Down Under, Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.

Part 7 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Java Sea and Malacca Straits to Bali, Burma, Singapore, South China Sea, and Phuket.

Part 8 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Indian Ocean and Red Sea and visit Sri Lanka, Maldives, Oman, Djibouti, Egypt and the Suez Canal.

Part 9 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and visit Turkey, Greece and the Corinth Canal.

Part 10 - Pour me another rum - I’m going to sail the Central Mediterranean Sea, Malta, Tunisia and Southern Italy - Ending the Round the World Voyage.

Complete Book "Pour me another rum - I'm going to sail around the World" "the 5 year Voyage"










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