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    Ferry Good

    Geoffrey Watson photographed and travelled on many different ferries over the past forty years. Especially during the 1980’s when Russell Plummer organised an annual trip to the Baltic which became known as the Ships’ Monthly Ferry Cruise. With Russell’s knowledge and contacts, he was able to photograph ferries from the best vantage points and travel in style on the latest ferries, quite often with visits to the bridge and group dinners included.

    Officer Of The Watch (OOW) Training Cards

    These cards have been developed to help candidates establish a solid foundation of knowledge for the OOW oral exam.

    Supercargo Operations: An Introduction

    If you’re looking for a broad overview of supercargo operations, this will certainly cover off the essentials. It’s of particular relevance to readers looking to direct their career towards a consultancy or supervisory role in this field, giving a good understanding of the industry and the position of a ‘supercargo’ in particular. While some form of shipping-related experience is expected, author Mike Wall does a commendable job of making the subject accessible to complete novices too. No easy task.

    Ocean Freighter Heyday

    This book looks at British and north Continental European ships which were serving international trade until the end of the 1970s.

    A Bucket of Steam

    Stories in verse about merchant seamen, their ships and the sea, with some observations of a lifetime.

    Mariners’ Memorabilia Vol. 3

    A guide to the china of British shipping companies of the 19th and 20th centuries

    Port of London Over the Last 50 Years: Part 2

    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for March 2021.

    Port of London Over the Last 50 Years: Part 1

    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for March 2021.

    A Day in the Docks

    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for March 2021.

    Deep Sleep

    They Went Down with the Titanic but They Lived to Take the Blame

    Ocean Fleets

    All the ships at sea today

    Sailing School: navigating science and skill, 1550 - 1800

    Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for February 2021.