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    With Scott Before the Mast

    £39.99
    These are the Journals of Francis Davies Leading Shipwright RN when on board Captain Scott's "Terra Nova" British Antarctic Expedition 1910 - 1913

    Workboat Code 2 Training Manual 2021

    £60.00
    Lifesaving Appliances and Survival Techniques - 4th Edition, 2021

    Sietas and its Ships (Part 1)

    £16.50
    In this book Bernard concentrates on cargo ships, but other types also appear to illustrate the variety of ships that were built.

    Gangway A Life at Sea

    £13.99
    Simon Quail’s Gangway stands out for the quality of its writing as well as its tales of maritime adventure. This well-crafted fourth edition now comes with photographs and technical details of all the ships on which the author sailed, so it’s a good moment to pick up a copy if you haven’t read the memoir before.

    Sons of the Waves: The Common Seaman in the Heroic Age of Sail

    £20.00
    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for December 2020.

    The Ocean Dove

    £9.99
    Here’s a very credible thriller that demonstrates just how vulnerable the industry would be to a maritime 9/11-style attack.

    Garnet and Petunia: the Russians

    £6.99
    Captain William Gilbert is back with his latest self-published works of fiction, a racy detective trilogy set in the seedy back streets and strip joints of Bangkok.

    Garnet and Petunia: the Juvenile Delinquent

    £6.99
    Captain William Gilbert is back with his latest self-published works of fiction, a racy detective trilogy set in the seedy back streets and strip joints of Bangkok.

    Garnet and Petunia: the Junior Minister

    £6.99
    Captain William Gilbert is back with his latest self-published works of fiction, a racy detective trilogy set in the seedy back streets and strip joints of Bangkok.

    The Seafarer’s Mind: The Questions I've Always Wanted to Ask

    £5.00
    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for September 2020.

    Merchant Navy Survival Guide: Survive and thrive on your first ship

    £5.67
    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for September 2020. It is a compact introduction to commercial seafaring that all aspiring maritime professionals should read.

    On the Line: The Story of the Greenwich Meridian

    £8.99
    The Royal Observatory in Greenwich is a powerful historic reminder of navigation and timekeeping. Home to the international measurements of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and Prime Meridian (0˚ longitude), the imaginary line that runs from Pole to Pole.