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  • Latest issue of Ships Monthly out today

    Latest issue of Ships Monthly out today

    17th February 2017

    The April 2017 issue of Ship Monthly hits the news stands today, 17 February, and it brings a fresh look to the magazine while continuing with the same high quality articles and in-depth features. A voyage report by Jim Shaw…

  • Sound of Islay receiving $6 million overhaul

    Sound of Islay receiving $6 million overhaul

    7th February 2017

    The federal and provincial Governments of Newfoundland & Labrador are spending nearly $6 million on the historic ferry Sound of Islay so that she can return to the intra-provincial ferry fleet as a swing vessel. It was announced at the…

  • Latest issue of Ships Monthly out today

    Latest issue of Ships Monthly out today

    20th January 2017

    The March 2017 issue of Ships Monthly is out today. It has a special cruising section, starting with a behind the scenes look at Magellan, our Ship of the Month, the well-known 1985-built cruise ship , flagship of Cruise &…

  • Tall Ships fleet to sail into Royal Greenwich in three months

    Tall Ships fleet to sail into Royal Greenwich in three months

    18th January 2017

    In three months’ time, a fleet of international Tall Ships will arrive in London for the start of the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta – a visual maritime feast over the Easter weekend that will see dozens of Tall Ships…

  • HMS Trincomalee gears up for bicentenary year

    HMS Trincomalee gears up for bicentenary year

    23rd December 2016

    In late December 2016 the HMS Trincomalee Trust has taken a significant step forward in securing the ship’s long-term future, with the appointment of an experienced fundraising manager. Helen Loynes is to co-ordinate the Trust’s appeal, which aims to raise…

  • Ships Monthly February issue out now

    Ships Monthly February issue out now

    13th December 2016

    The latest issue of Ships Monthly is out now. The main feature is about the Royal Navy in 2017, with Conrad Waters providing an examination of the current state of the Royal Navy and its ships, as it enters a momentous year…

  • New Chair for Maid of the Loch

    New Chair for Maid of the Loch

    30th November 2016

    On 29 November 2016 the charity that exists to preserve and restore the iconic Maid of the Loch as a working paddle steamer on Loch Lomond announced the appointment of a new chairman to help raise £1.7million by August 2017. Robin Naysmith, formerly Scotland’s diplomatic representative in Washington DC and a…

  • Poole lifeboat station says farewell to all-weather lifeboat

    Poole lifeboat station says farewell to all-weather lifeboat

    13th November 2016

    On Saturday 12 November 2016 the all-weather 47ft Tyne lifeboat City of Sheffield left Poole lifeboat station, with farewell celebrations planned over the weekend. The lifeboat has been a major asset for all seafarers in and around Poole, moored alongside Poole Lifting…

  • Queen Mary berths in Glasgow for the first time since 1977

    Queen Mary berths in Glasgow for the first time since 1977

    10th November 2016

    The famous Clyde-steamer TS Queen Mary was safely towed to Glasgow on 9 November 2016, going up the Clyde for the first time since 1977. The vessel departed Greenock at 11.30am and arrived at Glasgow Science Centre shortly before 3pm.…