Books in category Transportation – Ships & Shipbuilding

  • A Soldier Gone to Sea

    A Soldier Gone to Sea
    Charles Frederic Jerram

    In this memoir spanning nine decades, Lieutenant Colonel C.F. Jerram (1882–1969) of the Royal Marines recounts his life and military service through both world wars.

  • Petticoat Whalers

    Petticoat Whalers
    Joan Druett, Ron Druett

    First US Edition — The first comprehensive book on whaling wives at sea written for a general audience.

  • Seamanship Techniques

    Seamanship Techniques
    David House

    Ideal for Merchant Navy Officers from Cadet rank to Master Mariner, the fourth edition of this book is in full colour, and has been updated to include more information on topics as diverse as electronic navigation and AIS technology whilst …

  • U Boats off Bermuda

    U-Boats off Bermuda
    Eric Wiberg

    The untold story of 142 German and one Italian submarines, which patrolled the waters around BermudaThe Axis powers sank eighty Allied ships, one of them naval, for the loss of two submarines1,224 Allied sailors and passengers were landed …

  • Heritage Microbiology and Science

    Heritage Microbiology and Science
    Eric May, Julian Mitchell

    Heritage Science is currently emerging as a new discipline and this book forms a comprehensive volume that addresses key topical areas of heritage science and discusses the threats to a wide range of heritage materials and monuments by …

  • Maritime Capital

    Maritime Capital
    Eric W. Sager, Gerald E. Panting

    In Maritime Capital, the long-awaited final volume of the Atlantic Canada Shipping Project, Eric Sager and Gerald Panting argue that the decline of the shipping industry was not, as has commonly been assumed, the inevitable result of the …

  • The Canal At Sault Ste Marie

    The Canal At Sault Ste Marie
    Shirley Hoskins, Jan Joyce

    This is the story of how a long abandoned limestone quarry on the south shore of Manitoulin Island played a small, but significant role in Canadian history.

  • Giants of the Seas

    Giants of the Seas
    Aaron Saunders

    In this new book, the author showcases the most influential cruise ships of the last three decades beginning with Royal Caribbean's ground-breaking Sovereign of the Seas.

  • Titanic

    Stephanie Barczewski

    The definitive diagnosis of the world's most notorious seafaring tragedy. >

  • Ed Monk and the Tradition of Classic Boats

    Ed Monk and the Tradition of Classic Boats
    Bet Oliver

    From interviews with those who knew Ed Monk personally, and those who own his boats today, this book is in part a biography of the man and in part the story of his creations.

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