by Ernesto Uriburu
Arthur Barker, 1952.
four Argentinian yachtsman sailing Atlantic waters in the 50-foot ketch ‘Gaucho’.
224 pages. illustrated with photos.
good clean condition hardback, but the binding is rather faded.
by Andrew McQueen
Glasgow, Gowans & Gray, 1924.
21 entertaining pieces on the early years of the Clyde steamers.
the very scarce limited edition, printed on hand-made paper, in a quarter-buckram binding, and limited to only one hundred numbered copies, signed by the author
by Edgar J. March.
David & Charles, 1981.
the standard work on the sailing trawlers of the British Isles, illustrated with nearly 200 photos plus many scale plans and drawings
by E.C. Talbot-Booth
Sampson Low, 1949.
the first post-war edition of this indispensable guide to the world’s merchant ships.
fully illustrated both with photos and silhouette drawings.
by J.S. Redshaw
Vickers Armstrong Ltd., 1947.
a record in words and pictures of Vickers Armstrong’s shipyards during and just after world war 2