In this latest edition of Dutch language book Binnenvaart, there is a complete overview of the Dutch fleet. All over 5,800 barges are included technical details, the details of yards, repair shops, charterers, machine factories, suppliers, brokers, traders, skipper fairs, associations and unions.
This book concludes the history of the little ships that once went about their business in Glasgow harbour; under the auspices of the Clyde Navigation Trust but unnoticed by most of the general public. Softback, 63 pages.
This book is the first in the series of four that will tell the story of the ships on inland waterways in Scotland and in the countries of Europe mentioned above. It is an interesting story for both the visitor and for the shipping enthusiast and possibly also for those whose remit it is to foster tourism by water in one the the finest natural settings in...
A Victorian guide to Switzerland claimed that the chief beauty of the country was to be found in its lake. Patton present his second part to his series, taking us through the variety of ships that have sailed on the Swiss and French Alpine lakes in a stunning all-colour album.