Arklow Shippingis a well illustrated company history. It is a softback A4 size book of 96 pages with many colour photographs.
This is the first publication in a new Classic..... series. All the ships featured in this impressive colour album were built in the Netherlands, although not all sailed under the Dutch flag. The heyday of the Dutch coaster was the early 1960s when over 1000 were in service.
Written by Bernard McCall, this book has 86 colour photographs of coasters built during the 1950s. The photographs date from the 1960s up to the present day and we see some ships in their original guise and others after being sold and/or modernised. A detailed caption tells more about the history of the ship and, in some cases, the building yard.
Written by Bernard McCall, this book has 83 colour photographs of coasters built during the 1970s. The photographs date from the 1970s up to the present day and we see some ships in their original guise and others after being sold and/or modernised. A detailed captions accompanying the photographs tell more about the history of the ship.
Written by Bernard McCall, this book has 94 colour photographs of coasters built during the 1960s before container feeder shiops began to appear. The photographs date from the 1970s to the present day. Hardback, 80 pages.
This book is written by Bernard and Dominic McCall. It is a reference book listing names and details of 835 ships owned, managed or operated by German companies.
Written by Chris Brooks and Simon Smith, this book (published August 2011) is a splendid all-colour, pictorial album looking at vessels and shipyards in Istanbul and the Bosphorus. The stunning photographs are each accompanied by a detailed caption.
This hardback full-colour album details coasters built in the 70s over 96 pages and with 106 photographs.
These copies have come into hand of a now out of print book, so don't miss this great opportunity as we are very low in stock. McCall takes us through coasters around the world using historic photographs whilst discussing the ship's route, information and history.
Without doubt Battery Point in Portishead is one of the best locations in the UK to watch ships as they pass by. Shipping enthusiasts will stake the claims of other viewing points but it is difficult to surpass the variety of ships seen at Battery Point – and their closeness to the observer on land. To illustrate this variety, we published Passing the...