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The spine labels of The King’s Ships, by H. S. Lecky show that ships from ABOUKIR to JUPITER are included in these volumes, the title page states that this is a six-volume work, and the introduction explains that they contain a ‘history of all those ships which are in the Naval service of the Empire’. So where are the last three volumes?
Look out for a total lunar eclipse, two supermoons, planetary conjunctions, and an array of meteor showers over the coming year.
'Whaleboats represent the integration of specially developed commercial boat technology into the Royal Navy'
Prints held in the National Maritime Museum's collection might not be all they seem.
Kent's archives contain details of many aspects of the county's maritime history including shipwrecks, salvage, smuggling and piracy.
This month, look out for the two supermoons. (Details given are for London and may vary for other parts of the UK).
Elizabeth I gave Shakespeare’s players a logistical nightmare when she double booked them during the busy festive season. But what really happened?
The rare book collection at the Caird Library holds numerous delights. One of our readers requested this book and it particularly caught my eye as it is written by an officer who began service in the Royal Navy as a young lad in the 1800s.
Contrary to popular belief, the Titanic disaster of 1912 was not Britain’s greatest loss of life at sea. The Lancastria disaster of 1940 is the most catastrophic loss recorded, see our following story of the event.