DAILY COLLECTION OF MARITIME PRESS CLIPPINGS
The very latest shipping news reports received from readers and Internet News articles copied from various news sites and covering:
• Events, Incidents & Operations • Routes, Ports & Services
• Shipyard News • Navy News • Casualty Reporting
The Maasmondmaritime website has 3.5 GB of searchable maritime information, including many photographs, compiled over the last 8 years, as well as the latest new clippings which are added daily to the website thereby allowing you to read this material when you like. To receive your free copy of the Daily Collection of Maritime Press Cuttings in your mailbox every day go to: click here and follow instructions
Founded in 1947, the World Ship Society brings together some 1,500 members worldwide who are interested in ships, past and present. Its monthly journal "Marine News" and its naval companion "Warships" are bywords for accurate information
Provides comprehensive and convenient listings of merchant ship activity for enthusiasts —some 10,000 entries a year covering launches, name and ownership changes, details of casualties and demolitions, all available as a 04-page digital magazine delivered to members' computers around the first of each month and backed by an annual Index. In addition, there is topical warship coverage, feature articles, photographs and Society news.
This 40-page, AS illustrated research magazine is published 3 or 4 times each year and offers in-depth exploration of naval matters.
The World Ship Society has over a million ship photographs —one of the largest and most wide-ranging collections in the world.
The World Ship Society has over 50 local branches worldwide that hold regular meetings with illustrated talls given by invited speakers and Branch members
The Society's Library & Reading Room and Store, housed in Chatham Historic Dockyard in Kent, is open most days and members can research using the mass of maritime material available. This facility is also open to members of the public.
For £26 (outside EC £22) a year and get full access to the monthly magazine 'Marine News' and so much more.
The World Ship Society