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Surname 1NameCourseProfessorInstitutionDateFerdinand Magellan’s and Sir Drake’s Voyage around the WorldIntroductionThe history of circumnavigation to the world can be clearly traced back with the Spainand England specifically two famous navigators Ferdinand Magellan and Sir Drake.Both hadsignificant history in navigation. Ferdinand Magellan was the first to begin his historic journey tocircumnavigate the world from 1519-1522.He sailed on behalf of Spain despite him being aPortuguese, indeed he was formidable captain but his crew hated him something that pose morechallenges to his circumnavigation journey to the world (Halsall, 45). Ferdinand Magellan’s1519 expedition totally changed the world forever and he was determining to make it despite thechallenges he had to undergone.In 1577, sir fancies Drake together with a fleet of five ships and barks begun theirjourney to navigate the world as well. He was also known as one of the most daring navigators ofthe world who sailed from Plymouth and despite the many challenges he dared to navigate andcome out as a victor.Unlike Magellan he was in good teams with his men who willing fullysupported him in every idea and I believe this is the main reason why he did not faced morechallenges than the earlier navigators.His men were much dedicated to the course in that they
Surname 2offered to give all they could so that they can have one of the most effectivenavigation, therewere historic tremendous weather conditions which have been experienced in the past andhaving this in kind could have undermine their ambitions to sail to the world.