Welcome to the Nautilus Bookshop – a collection of great reads to enjoy at sea and ashore. A partnership between Marine Society and Nautilus International, the bookshop stocks recent releases on a range of maritime topics, including ship histories, seafarer memoirs, studies of the Merchant Navy in wartime and even the occasional nautical novel.
The Book of the Month will feature a special discount during its respective month. All the books here have been reviewed in the Nautilus Telegraph, and new titles are added each month.
If you have a recently-published maritime book that you would like the Nautilus Telegraph to consider for review, please email: email@example.com
This stunning book showcases more than 50 of the most popular, interesting and beautiful, and is a perfect guide for anyone visiting or exploring Scotland, or wanting to find out about these iconic and breathtaking locations, sometimes sitting by spectacular coast and other times nestled in between towering mountains.
London's docks were once the busiest in Britain. They had developed piecemeal from the beginning of the nineteenth century as the existing riverside wharves became too congested and pilfering became rife. Dock systems were built on both sides of the Thames.
Titanic - the most magnificent ocean liner of her time - was doomed and destined for disaster before she ever left the docks at Southampton. Doomed by her owner, doomed by her designers, doomed by the men who sailed her -- doomed even by her sister ship.
Covers the conceptualization of green shipping practices, measurement scales for evaluating GSP implementation, green management practice and green shipping networks.
Presents theory-driven discussion on the link between implementing GSP and firm performance. Provides a reference for firms to understand and evaluate their capability in carrying out green operations on their shipping activities.
This beautiful book was researched and written by John Jordan and the late Rodney Cartridge who had been Doxford apprentices, designers, test and marine engineers, bringing their own perspective of the development of the engine covering a large proportion of the lifetime of the oil engine design and production, from 1910 to 1985.