Life was very difficult if you were a slave, you would of been taken from Africa by force and crammed into a ship with thousand of others which had unsanitary conditions and where many hundreds of people died and if you survived you would be forced to work in the sun for plantation owners until you are to weak or old to continue. In summary bad but could be worse, they could have made them work with the welsh.
His ship was called Centre Thorvald Viking Ship.
in the hull of the ship.
They had no second ship.
It was a British ship.
because he wanted to
On the contrary: The English politician and reformer, Samuel Plimsoll, devised the Plimsoll Line to prevent the overloading of ships. Ships float higher on salt water, and lower on fresh water. So the Plimsoll Line, painted on the bow of a ship, indicates the mark past which the ship must not pass - or it would be overloaded.
It is known as the plimsoll line, originally called the plimsoll mark.
Plimsoll lines are marked on the side of a ship to indicate maximum loading. This varies slightly depending on the season and the ocean, depending what type of ship it is.
The gunwales, the anchors, the name, and the Plimsoll line.
the plimsoll line is for the saftey of the ship. it is important because people could die.
To tell how high or low the ship is resting in the water. Also by examining the plimsoll line you can see how heavy a load is that the ship is carrying and is sometimes used as a warning against overloading.
There is one on each side, port and starboard.
The plimsoll line is a reference mark painted on the bow of a ship. If the line is below the water level, the ship is overloaded. There are lines for when on fresh water and when on salt water.
They indicate the density of the seawater, which determines how much lift-force the water can apply to the ship. So, basically, the lines show how much cargo a ship can hold in different water bodies.
Archimedes principle led to the Plimsoll Line, which is marks painted near the bows of a ship. Basically, a ship on salt water floats higher and can carry more cargo. While a ship on fresh water will float lower and can safely carry less cargo. Samual Plimsoll introduced the Plimsoll Line to solved the hazard of capsizing posed by overloading a ship.