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December 2019 issue of Ships Monthly out now

The latest Ships Monthly is now out.

Buy it from Kelsey Media.

Features cover the following:

QE2 in Dubai – More than a decade after Queen Elizabeth 2 finished her Cunard service, she is now a static hotel in Dubai, and Richard Seville went on board to see how she has changed from her service days.

Maritime Mosaic – Photos of ships in the Clyde in the 1960s, when the various docks were very busy, and ships came from all over the world.

Big Picture –  The new aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales has recently begun her sea trials and is brought to life in our centrespread.

Future Ships – Some recently built notable ships that have been designed to meet new environmental regulations, and future designs which are more efficient.

Hebridean Isles – Focus on Caledonian MacBrayne’s long-serving stalwart Hebridean Isles.

Two Eagles – Conrad Waters reviews the two aircraft carriers named HMS Eagle, which played a major part in Royal Navy carrier aviation in the 20th century.

Space Ships – A look at the seagoing ships which were used to recover the Apollo and Skylab mission space ships.

Bravo! – Details of two different Greek-owned shipping fleets, and photographs and histories of some of the classic cargo ships they operated.

From the bridge – Ben Power, Commander of HMS Medway, talks about his career and the new patrol vessel which he now captains.

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