October 2014 issue on sale 9th September 2014Shipping T&Y September 2014

This month's issue includes

  • American Reefers - United Fruit, Standard Fruit and Dole Fresh Fruits
  • Intended Ocean Liners  - The ships that never were
  • The Devastating Power of Steam - Fire tube boiler failures
  • HMS Conway - As I knew her
  • The Voyage of the Seatown - A tanker owned by D.K. Ludwig
  • Early Car Ferry Services - Cars across the Channel
  • Memorable Ships - Brasil and Argentina
  • Through the Eyes of the Artist - Dutch Shipping Lines (part two)
  • Port of Call - Salvador da Bahia
  • Forgotten Fleets - South America Saint Line
  • Newbuild of the Month - MV Deep Helder
  • Photo Gallery - Malaga and Thames Shipping
  • News Report - The latest news from around the world
  • Cruise News - St Petersburg boom, Costa Concordia finale, etc.
  • Cruise Ships Ports of Call - Cruise ship calls around the UK
  • Ferry News - Condor charter two, Poole - Gijon to end
  • Readers' Corner - Identify the Unknown Ship
  • Editor's Mailbox - Readers' letters
  • Book Reviews - Creating Global Opportunities, Pacific S.N. Co, By Steamer to the Ayrshire Coast, RMS Queen Mary 2

Shipping Today & Yesterday is a specialist magazine for the shipping enthusiast offering up-to-date information, topical and in-depth historical articles. This monthly magazine covers many aspects of sea transport including ocean liners, ferries, merchant ships and docks & ports around the world. Full of quality photographs, both in colour and black & white, it is ideal for the serious collector or those with a general interest.

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