Ships Monthly Sept 2019 issue
The latest issue of Ships Monthly is out now.
Holland America – Profile of the new cruise ship Nieuw Statendam, which is maintaining Holland America’s cruising heritage, and a look back at some of the company’s well-known ships.
Old Coasters – The history of two coastal shipowning families, Savage and Monks, who had their origins in the small Mersey port of Warrington, and photos of the small coasters they operated.
HMS Belfast – History of the Royal Navy’s famous Town class cruiser HMS Belfast, 80 years after she was first commissioned.
Grace Line – Remembering the four gantry-equipped combination liners built for Grace Line’s South American service in the early 1960s.
Service providers – The vessels used by the Royal Navy’s specialist service providers, without which the fleet could not operate effectively.
Maritime Mosaic – Photos of UECC’s car carriers at Southampton over the last 20 years.
Long Island ferries – The historc Bridgeport to Port Jefferson ferry service in the United States and the vessels used on the route.
From the bridge – Captain Krzysztof Paciorek, Master of Dublin Swift, talks about his seagoing career and the only fast craft on the Irish Sea.
All the latest news and views from the shipping world.
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