by R.M. Wilson
Cassell & Co. London, 1956.
quite a scarce study of the great liners of the 1920’s and 30’s.
1st edition. 256 pages. illustrated with photos.
very good condition hardback in a slightly edge torn dust-jacket.
by Miles Smeeton
Rupert Hart-Davis, 1960
eventful voyaging in the Smeeton’s ketch Hang
by Desmond MacCarthy.
Collins Harvill, 1986.
delightful reminiscences of sailing with Hillaire Belloc, the author of “The Cruise of the Nona”, in the 1930’s.
by Ross Watton
Conway Maritime, 1989.
a volume in the “Anatomy of the Ship” series, including a wealth of plans, photos and drawings depicting every aspect of the great liner.
by Grasemann & McLachlan
London, Syren & Shipping, 1939.
a history of the cross channel services, covering the area London to Weymouth, and Ostend to St.Malo, including the Channel Islands.