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    Nautilus Bookshop

    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.

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    Madhouse at the End of the Earth

    Madhouse at the End of the Earth : The Belgica's Journey into the Dark Antarctic Night

    Mariners’ Memorabilia Vol. 4

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

    Allied Coastal Forces of World War II - Volume I

    Allied Coastal Forces of World War II : Volume I: Fairmile Designs & US Submarine Chasers

    Unlocking the World

    Unlocking the World : Port Cities and Globalization in the Age of Steam, 1830-1930

    Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

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

    Seamanship 2.0

    Everything you need to know to get yourself out of trouble at sea

    The Canal Guide: Britain's 55 Best Canals

    This attractive guidebook shows off just how rich our waterways heritage is.

    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.

    Sea of Death: The Baltic, 1945

    Amid the turmoil of the dying days of the Second World War, a series of ships were sunk in the Baltic. These terrible disasters add up to be the greatest loss of life ever recorded at sea, but the stories of these ships have been lost from view. While everyone recognises the name Titanic, the names Cap Arcona, Goya, General von Steuben andThielbek draw little more than blank stares.

    The Devil and the Dark Water

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

    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.

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