The Herald of Free Enterprise car ferry set sail on a routine voyage to Dover in March 1987, carrying hundreds of passengers, including British army personnel,...
William H. Miller; Brian Hawley
Painted in shades of green and known affectionately as the 'Green Goddess', Cunard's Caronia of 1949 ushered in the era of modern cruising. Designed almost exclusively for an untapped passenger...
In a London dining room in 1907, the chairmen of the White Star Line and the Belfast shipbuilder Harland & Wolff gathered round a table to discuss the construction of...
Charles A. Haas; John P. Eaton
In her brief life the Titanic, at the time of her launch the world's largest man-made moving object, inspired huge excitement and speculation. This book chronicles various chapters in this...
William H. Miller
The story in words and pictures of the Floating Palaces, the transatlantic liners that were as much floating art as a means of transport.
The Royal Yacht Britannia criss-crossed the world seven times during her 43 years of service, and remains the only ship in the world whose Captain, by tradition, was always an...
John Bowen; Martin Robson
The second edition of a new, full-colour annual focusing on all facets of 'scratch-built' model shipbuilding, as well as related articles on restoration, archaeology, historical research...
Packed with stunning images, including many previously unpublished and rare postcards, this book is a must for maritime historians and ship-lovers alike.
Commander Edward John Smith's career had been a remarkable example of how a man from a humble background could get far in the world. Born to a working-class family in...
This beautiful book is both a lavish tribute to the world's best-known shipping line and an intriguing examination of the world's most famous contemporary cruise liners.
For millennia, the seaways have carried our goods, cultures and ideas, the terrors of war and the bounties of peace. Out of sight, in every corner of every sea, tiny...
Daniel Klistorner; Steve Hall; Bruce...
with Bruce Beveridge, Scott Andrews and Art Braunschweiger
An affectionate memoir of the Shipping Forecast by Peter Jefferson, who read it for over 40 years. Peter explains its history, its operation, and what it's like to read this...
Of all the trademarks of Venice - and there are many, from the gilded Basilica of San Marco to the melancholy Bridge of Sighs - none is more ubiquitous than...
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