Cruise ships, ocean liners, Cruise news, shipping news, live blogs from onboard cruise ship and thousands of photographs are all features on Maritime Matters. Online since 1997, Maritime Matters presents articles on historic, preserved and the contemporary cruise ship, ocean liners, and personal travel memoirs, along with links to maritime businesses, maritime museums, and cruise cams.
Merchant Navy Ship List
An alphabetical List of Ships
Click the Ships name for a Picture
The SeapixOnline Image Library is a HUGE collection of maritime photographs. The Home Page has a list of categories available from SeapixOnline.com. From here you can browse thumbnail images of the collection. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger version of the image. View Latest Images to see the most recently taken/added photographs on the site.Search Text and Vessel Name Search appear at the top of the menu on each screen and give you more ways of selecting images. Search Text lets you select images by searching for one or more words in the title of an image. Vessel Name Search lets you search for images by vessel name.
This website is devoted to images of passenger ships of all sizes. It has a reference archive of image galleries, showing postcards and photographs of ocean liners, cruise ships, ferries and excursion vessels. This is a huge task that will take many years. There are over 1500 separate pages showing over 45000 images on this website and growing
Articles currently online cover some 200+ Passenger Liners including a host of fine Passenger-Cargo ships that have played a massive part in the wonderful days of ocean travel now long gone. These articles are supported by well over 10,000 photographs. A must see!
Home of the New Zealand Ship and Marine Society and maintained by the NZ National Maritime Museum as a service to Shipping Enthusiasts and Maritime Historians. Contains many images of interest!
Here you can search for the ships you once served on.
This website is dedicated to the Sitmar/P&O TSS Fairstar, her hard working crew and the countless passengers who sailed on her during a career that spanned almost forty years service.
Fairstar cruised out of Sydney, Australia from 1974 to 1997.
Mersey Shipping Shipping News & Views from the Irish and Celtic Seas since 1995
A website dedicated to the steam tug Lyttelton 2 built by lobnitz and co in 1939 and scrapped in 2008 in Melbourne Australia. the site also contains interesting information relating to the port of Lyttelton in Christchurch.
PORTWEY is the only twin screw, coal fired steam tug now active in the United Kingdom and maybe even the Northern Hemisphere. Built by Harland and Wolff on the Clyde in 1927
CHALLENGE is the last steam tug to have worked on the Thames. She is listed on the National Register of Historic Vessels “Core Collection” She took part in Operation Dynamo in May 1940 to evacuate British and French troops from DUNKIRK A small and dedicated group of volunteers keep her in full working order today.
One of New Zealands foremost operational Railway Preservation Groups.
A list of preserved Steam Ships
New Zealand’s best and widest range of history-related subjects in the magazine for and about New Zealanders restoring, preserving and enjoying their heritage.
Comprehensive shipping forum with photo galleries
The 1913 Steam Tug Kerne regularly sails the waters of and around the Mersey in NW England. She is maintained by the Charitable organisation, The steam Tug Kerne Preservation Society Ltd and is available for charter.
Today, after a thirty-year lay-up, she is operable again, and regularly steams the Bay with a highly-trained volunteer crew.
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