Contains over 100 photographs of vessels on the Irish Sea.
It is amazing to consider that Sealink UK Ltd the former railway owned nationalised ferry company ceased to exist as long ago as 1984 and yet there are many who still remember the operator with affection and nostalgia This book contains the thoughts and reminiscences of many of those who either
This edition of the Hutigruten 120 book covers a detailed and comprehensive account of the history of this essential Norwegian service Illustrated with many different photographs to that of the edited version The book also has detailed fleet lists, appendices and maps compiled by John Bryant.
First published almost fifty years ago, Ocean Ships has become the bible for maritime enthusiasts, providing authoritative and detailed information on all the world s ocean going passenger and cargo ships The total number of ships in the last edition published in 2009 was over 5,000 and such has
Covers the history of Pembroke Dock Rosslare and Cork services of B and I, and also the Fishguard Rosslare and Waterford services from 1906.
Being an island nation, the United Kingdom has an extensive network of regular ferry services employing a wide spectrum of craft types and sizes From large short sea ferries maintaining open sea route links to continental Europe and Ireland, to numerous inter island ferries providing all year round
An illustrated listing of the ferries and coasters likely to be encountered in the waters around Britain and Western Europe giving details such as name, date of entry to service, gross tonnage.
Covering the history and development of Portsmouth Harbour since 1976, this book includes a look at the Isle of Wight ferry services and other Solent operations It also features a fleet list.
A 2012 edition that features P O Ferries and an introduction of the company s new ferry the Spirit of Britain It also includes detailed information on all the principal ferry operations in the UK and Northern Europe.
Or call him the Scheherezade of the Staten Island ferry A head inclined in the direction of the water Filthy, isn t it and he s into the story of How Ermine Bandicoot Filled New York Harbor With Cigarette Tobacco Into it just enough that the listener pays the price of a hot dog and soda p
A LIBRARY JOURNAL BEST BOOK OF 2011 A heartbroken woman stumbled upon a diary and steps into the life of its anonymous author In her twenties, Emily Wilson was on top of the world she had a bestselling novel, a husband plucked from the pages of GQ, and a one way ticket to happily ever after Ten y