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    Maritime history is an essential part of British history, and we offer memoirs from life at sea as well as beautiful coffee table books.
    We stock many interesting publications from well-known publishers such as Seaforth Publishing or Conway but also stock independent self-published titles.

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    Polar Mariner: Beyond the Limits in Antarctica

    Captain Woodfield made 20 seasonal voyages to the Antarctic on three research ships between 1955 and 1974. Starting as a Junior Deck Officer he worked for The Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey which in 1964 became the British Antarctic Survey. He played a paramount role in the gradual change from using under-powered and poorly-equipped ships to the professionally-managed and sophisticated vessels of his last command.

    Sir John Franklin's Erebus and Terror Expedition: Lost and Found

    Voyage of Sir John Franklin to find the North-West Passage linking the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific.

    ...Of Daring Temper

    Richard Woodman's masterly account of the history of the Marine Society written to commemorate our 250th anniversary.

    Italian Liners of the 1960s : The Costanzi Quartet

    'Functionality is never an excuse for poor design' said the naval architect Nicolo Costanzi, a man whose synthesis of engineering and artistry created practical ships of sublime beauty.