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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. 

    If you have a recently-published maritime book that you would like the Nautilus Telegraph to consider for review, please email:

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    Hull Surveying - An Introduction

    The book mainly relates to steel merchant vessels. Several types of material have also been covered which may be found on such vessels, together with GRP which is used in various other types of vessel.

    Lone Star of the Red Ensign

    Nautilus Telegraph's book of the month for January 2022.

    Lion Rampant

    The title is shipped from Australia

    Sietas and its Ships (Part 2)

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

    Samuel Pepys and the Strange Wrecking of the Gloucester

    Author: Nigel Pickford

    A Scottish Blockade Runner in the American Civil War - Joannes Wyllie of the steamer Ad-Vance

    Nautilus Telegraph's book of the month for February 2022.

    Leith-Built Ships: Vol. II, Leith Shipyards 1918-1939

    Published: April 2021

    The Practical Guide to Celestial Navigation

    The Practical Guide to Celestial Navigation: Step-by-step instructions for when you've lost the plot

    New Maritime Business: Uncertainty, Sustainability, Technology and Big Data

    Reflects the current pandemic case and emerging technological developments into the context of shipping and port management and operations.

    Abandoned London : Discover the hidden secrets of the city in photographs

    It seems bizarre that in a place as crowded, noisy and expensive as London there are still wasted unused spaces. The relentless drive for regeneration across Britain's capital deceives us into thinking that every spare building and patch of ground is under development. But this vast metropolis of more than 10 million people hides many secrets and unexpected treasures from the city's unique 2000-year history.

    'Rosy' Wemyss, Admiral of the Fleet

    the Man who created Armistice Day

    Breaking Seas, Broken Ships

    People, Shipwrecks and Britain, 1854-2007

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