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Ships Monthly June 2019 issue out now

The June 2019 issue of Ships Monthly is out now.

Full of news and biew, it includes the following features:

HMS Cavalier – The career of HMS Cavalier, now on display at Chatham Historic Dockyard, a ship which turned 75 years old in April. James Hendrie

Gothenburg – Profile of the Port of Gothenburg, one of the principal ports in Sweden. Patrick Boniface

Joint Warrior – Naval ships involved in the tri-service multi-national exercise held in March. Jim Prentice

Salvage Specialist – More classic cargo ships owned and operated by the Halcoussis family. Malcolm Cranfield

RFA In Profile – The role of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary in supporting the Royal Navy’s ships. Gary Davies

Paddlers at war – The part played by excursion and ferry paddle steamers during World War I. Russell Plummer

From the bridge – On board the Sea Cadet Corp’s offshore training vessel John Jerwood. Daniel Geare

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