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    Sailing Alone : A History

    This is a book for anyone who is fascinated by sailing, solitude and the vast seas that cover so much of our planet.

    William Schaw Lindsay : Victorian Entrepreneur

    This book is based on the unpublished journals of William Schaw Lindsay (1815-1877) housed in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. From rags to riches. Born in Scotland and orphaned by the age of 10, Lindsay ran away to sea at the age of 16.

    Stena Line

    With a wealth of rare and previously unpublished images, Ian Collard celebrates this famous company.

    The Magnetism of Antarctica: The Ross Expedition 1839-1843

    The compelling story of the Ross expedition to the Antarctic.

    The Fabulous Flotilla : Scotland's Adventure on the Rivers of Burma

    Nautilus Telegraph's book of the month for October 2023.

    14 April 1912: Titanic

    On 14 April 1912 the largest luxury cruise liner in the world struck an iceberg off the coast of Labrador, causing the hull to buckle.