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Ships Monthly July 2017 issue now available

The latest issue of Ships Monthly is about to hit the shelves. Make sure you get your copy now!
It includes the following features:
VOYAGE REPORT – A voyage on one of the great P&O-Orient liners, Oronsay, of the post-war period.
FERRY FOCUS – Iceland has a considerable number and variety of car ferries, mostly little known.
SHIPOWNERS – History of the Cosmas family of shipowners, buyers of Bartram ships. Malcolm Cranfield
CRUISING – Cruise ships calling at Edinburgh and the Forth in photographs.
TANKERS – Charting the development of a major tanker fleet and some ships it employed. Roy Fenton
HULL FERRIES A look at the investment by P&O Ferries to extend the already lengthy working lives of 30-year-old Hull-Zeebrugge route vessels Pride of York and Pride of Bruges.
NAVAL – Photos of the many warships that called at Malta during the 1960s. Conrad Waters
INTERVEIW – Wightlink Captain Tom Vincent, master of the Isle of Wight ferry St Clare.

You can also buy copies from http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/View/issue/SMO1707/ships-monthly-july-2017

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