Which are the new sea routes?
List of International Sea Routes for Navigation
- South Atlantic Oceanic Route. This route joins North America and Europe with South America.
- North Atlantic Oceanic Route. It has much more important than any other waterways.
- Routes of Mediterranean Sea.
- Cape of Good Hope route.
- North Pacific Oceanic Route.
- South Pacific Oceanic Route.
- Routes of Indian Ocean.
What is the busiest sea route in the world?
The English Channel
Where is the Northern Sea Route?
The Northern Sea Route (Russian: Се́верный морско́й путь, Severnyy morskoy put, shortened to Севморпуть, Sevmorput) is a shipping route officially defined by Russian legislation as lying east of Novaya Zemlya and specifically running along the Russian Arctic coast from the Kara Sea, along Siberia, to the Bering Strait.
Who discovered the sea route from Europe to east via Cape of Good Hope?
Vasco da Gama
Which is the busiest sea route of the Europe?
Strait of Dover
Who found the new sea route to India?
Vasco da Gama’s
Who discovered sea route of America?
List of explorations
|Caribbean, Venezuela (South America) and Central America. Use and development of the North Atlantic routes||1493-1502||Christopher Columbus|
|Atlantic Ocean (outer routes) and Indian Ocean, Sea route to India (Europe to Asia)||1497-1499||Vasco da Gama|
What was the significance of the Portuguese finding a sea route to India?
Gama’s voyage was significant and paved the way for the Portuguese to establish a long-lasting colonial empire in Asia. The route meant that the Portuguese would not need to cross the highly disputed Mediterranean, or the dangerous Arabian Peninsula, and that the entire voyage would be made by sea.
Why did Portugal explore first?
Under the leadership of Prince Henry the Navigator, Portugal took the principal role during most of the fifteenth century in searching for a route to Asia by sailing south around Africa. In the process, the Portuguese accumulated a wealth of knowledge about navigation and the geography of the Atlantic Ocean.