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In the Middle Ages in the Mediterranean, ships were carvel-built out of wood, meaning the planks were fitted together edge to edge onto the ribs of the structure. In the Middle Ages in northern Europe, wooden ships were clinker-built. This means the planks overlapped, as in Viking ships. In this eclectic nautical section, we feature an array of Anchor Cufflinks, ranging from sterling silver to provocative, intricate ship anchors. Everything you could possibly want a aboat connoisseur by way of stunning men's accessories can be found here within this section. According to The National Marine Manufacturers Association, nearly one-third of U.S. adults went boating in 2006, up nearly two percent from the previous year. Americans own approximately 18 million recreational boats. Sales of new boats nationwide reached $15 billion in 2006, up from $14.7 billion in 2005 and $10.7 billion in 2004. A total of 912,300 boats were sold in 2006, a five percent increase from the number sold in 2005. The trend is upwards. While you are here browsing, take a look at our other sections, including Boat Cufflinks, Sail Boat Cufflinks, and Yacht Cufflinks.