Golden Hind


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Golden Hind

ship on which Sir Francis Drake (1540–1596) became the first Englishman to sail around the world. [Br. Hist.: EB (1963) VII, 575]
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It had borne all the ships whose names are like jewels flashing in the night of time, from the Golden Hind returning with her round flanks full of treasure, to be visited by the Queen's Highness and thus pass out of the gigantic tale, to the Erebus and Terror, bound on other conquests --and that never returned.
Golden Hind are a further two points adrift following their 6-3 home win over Drakes Drum.
December 13 IT WAS this day in 1577 that Francis Drake set sail from England with the blessing of the Queen to circumnavigate the globe onboard the Golden Hind.
1580: Sir Francis Drake arrived back in Plymouth in the Golden Hind - originally the Pelican - after 33 months, to make him the first Englishman to circumnavigate the world.
DOMINION DAY IN NEW ZEALAND 1580: Sir Francis Drake arrived back in Plymouth in the Golden Hind after 33 months, to make him the first Englishman to circumnavigate the world.
Nathan Garnett, Event Director, UK Construction Week 1580: Sir Francis Drake arrived back in Plymouth in the Golden Hind - originally the Pelican - after 33 months, to make him the first person to circumnavigate the world as captain (in the only previous expedition to complete a circumnavigation, original commander Magellan was killed during the voyage).
8) Drake circumnavigated the globe in the Golden Hind.
The Company has a multi-tiered approach to exploration and development with a combination of high grade potentially short-term production scenarios such as Old Pirate and the Golden Hind, large scale discoveries such as Buccaneer, and regional exploration discoveries such as the Kroda Gold Project.
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This AUDIO ONLY tour starts at London Bridge and travels along the South Bank of the Thames, from London Bridge to Westminster Bridge, with highlights including The Golden Hind, The Tate Modern, The London Eye and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
1579: Sir Francis Drake anchored the Golden Hind just north of what would one day be San Francisco Bay, naming the area New Albion.
The Brixham Pirate Festival in Devon is a weekend of entertainment for all the family with re-enactments, a skirmish on the Golden Hind, a fancy dress competition, and an attempt to set the record for the most pirates in one gathering.