Written by Stan Basnett, the 7th book in the series of 'transport features of the Isle of Man' is a revision and update of Ferries of the Isle of Man Past and Present. It presents a photographic record of passenger shipping, to from and in the Isle of Man over more than half a century.
This book documents in pictures the busy cruise industry at Dover and includes many of the ships and companies who have made an appearance at the port in more recent years.
This issue, published in early February 2011, has the following special feature articles: Le Boreal, The Falklands Veteran, PSA (Passenger Shipping Association), North Sea Ro-Ro Road Test, and Spain to Portugal.
Written by David F Hutchings, this book is a collation of three ship biographies: Queen Elizabeth, QE2 and RMS Queen Mary. Many chapters are devoted to each liner and the period in service detailing their original plans for construction; life at sea and memories of the crew.
Written by the late John H Isherwood, Kevin O'Donaghue and Michael Crowdy, this book has 144 scale line drawings of ships of the Cunard fleet with very detailed captions about each liner.
Written by Les Streater, this book is an anthology of famous liners from 1881 to 1969. Liners have been chosen from companies around the world that represent the best of the maritime world. The result is a page by page account of 200 of the most famous liners from nearly 100 years of maritime history.
Published in July 2011, this hardback book of 224 pages follows the standard format of previous annual listings of passenger/vehicle ferries and ro/ro freight ferries which operate regular services between Great Britain and Northern Ireland and to nearby continental destinations along with major passenger/vehicle ferries in other parts of northern Europe.
Written by Bruce Peter and Philip Dawson - two of the leading writers on modern passenger ship design - this is one authoritative and richly-illustrated book about the fascinating story of the ferry - from the earliest train ferries to the latest ro-pax vessels.
This new title from Ferry Publications brings together an outstanding collection of photographs from around Scotland. Whilst the publication concentrates on the current fleet of ships, it also includes many historic views.
Written by Patrick Mylon, this book is a sumptuous and delightful collection of postcards, accompanied by comprehensive, detailed captions tracing the story of the illustrious White Star Line.
Written by Philip Dawson this hardback book explores the remarkable new ship, her design and building,entry into service and the on-board atmosphere that bring her to life for those who cruise aboard her.
Written by Andrew Gladwell, this book illustrates pleasure steamers along the scenic North Wales coast, accompanied by comprehensive, detailed captions. Services between Liverpool and North Wales had their origin as far back as 1821. The 1920s witnessed new steamers such as the St Tudno, and the Waverley and Balmoral still cruise today.