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81 ROCHE, T.W.E. Ships of Dover, Folkestone, Deal and Thanet and Famous Ships That Pass. First Edition
Adlard Coles Limited, Southampton, 1959, 
ROCHE, T.W.E. Ships of Dover, Folkestone, Deal and Thanet and Famous Ships That Pass. Southampton : Adlard Coles Limited, (1959). First Edition. Pp (2),[3]-26,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. With photographs, harbour plan and Funnel markings. Wear to spine, else very good. 17.50

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82 RUBIN, Louis D. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. 1st pbk pr
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991, 
RUBIN, Louis D., Jr. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1991). First Paperback Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xiii,(5),[1]-394,(4). 8vo, card covers. "[...] an enchanting book about Louis Rubin's lifelong obsession with boats and his years of often hilarious boating adventures." - rear cover. Prologue, epilogue and these Chapters : 1. Adger's Wharf; 2. Sailboat for Sale; 3. The Search Begun; 4. The Deed Done, Together with Memories of Another; 5. All Systems - Well, Almost All - Are Go; 6. Tugboat Captains, River Pilots, and the Craft of Fiction; 7. A Tale of Two Lapstrake Boats; 8. Caribbean Interlude; 9. Projects and Problems; or, The Mary Simpson Strikes Again; 10. The Boat That Didn't Get Built; 11. The Boat That Did Get Built; 12. So Said the Water Rat; 13. Waningof the Season; 14. On Risk-Taking; 15. Craft and Credulity. Vg. 12.00

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83 RUBIN, Louis D. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. 2nd US in clipped dj
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991, 
RUBIN, Louis D., Jr. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1991). Second Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xiii,(5),[1]-394,(4). 8vo, white cloth spine, white boards. "When Louis D. Rubin was thirteen, he built a leaky little boat and paddled it out to the edge of the ship channel in Charleston, South Carolina, where he felt the inexorable pull of the water. Fifty years and dozens of boats later - sailboats, powerboats, inboards and outboards - the pull is as strong as ever. [...]funny and literary." - dj. Prologue, epilogue and these Chapters : 1. Adge r's Wharf; 2. Sailboat for Sale; 3. The Search Begun; 4. The Deed Done, Together with Memories of Another; 5. All Systems - Well, Almost All - Are Go;6. Tugboat Captains, River Pilots, and the Craft of Fiction; 7. A Tale of Two Lapstrake Boats; 8. Caribbean Interlude; 9. Projects and Problems; or, The Mary Simpson Strikes Again; 10. The Boat That Didn't Get Built; 11. TheBoat That Did Get Built; 12. So Said the Water Rat; 13. Waning of the Seas on; 14. On Risk-Taking; 15. Craft and Credulity. Vg in price-clipped dj. 17.00

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84 RUBIN, Louis D. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. 2nd US in dj
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991, 
RUBIN, Louis D., Jr. Small Craft Advisory: A Book about the Building of a Boat. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1991). Second Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-xiii,(5),[1]-394,(4). 8vo, white cloth spine, white boards. "When Louis D. Rubin was thirteen, he built a leaky little boat and paddled it out to the edge of the ship channel in Charleston, South Carolina, where he felt the inexorable pull of the water. Fifty years and dozens of boats later - sailboats, powerboats, inboards and outboards - the pull is as strong as ever. [...]funny and literary." - dj. Prologue, epilogue and these Chapters : 1. Adge r's Wharf; 2. Sailboat for Sale; 3. The Search Begun; 4. The Deed Done, Together with Memories of Another; 5. All Systems - Well, Almost All - Are Go;6. Tugboat Captains, River Pilots, and the Craft of Fiction; 7. A Tale of Two Lapstrake Boats; 8. Caribbean Interlude; 9. Projects and Problems; or, The Mary Simpson Strikes Again; 10. The Boat That Didn't Get Built; 11. TheBoat That Did Get Built; 12. So Said the Water Rat; 13. Waning of the Seas on; 14. On Risk-Taking; 15. Craft and Credulity. Vg in dj. 20.00

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85 SANDERS, R.E. Practice of Ocean Rescue. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Brown, Son & Ferguson, Glasgow, 1968, 
SANDERS, R.E. The Practice of Ocean Rescue. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson,(1968). Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-260. Illustrated. Square 8vo, blue cloth. A goo d, comprehensive introduction to salvage tug operations. Includes sections on the history of tugs, the technical requirements of tug design, cordage and its properties, rescue seamanship, underwater recovery, and legal and business concerns. With errata slip tipped in at front. Name to front pastedown, else very good in edgeworn, price-clipped dust jacket. 30.00

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86 SCOTT-HINDSON, Brian. Whitehaven Harbour. First Edition in dustjacket.
Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex, 1994, ISBN:0850339170 1994 0850339170 / 9780850339178 
SCOTT-HINDSON, Brian. Whitehaven Harbour. (Chichester, Sussex) : Phillimore, (1994). First Edition. Pp (6),v-ix,(3),1-196, frontispiece + folding plate at rear of an 1834 view of the harbour. With many b&w photos and other illustrations in the text. Maps. Index. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Brian Scott-Hindson (b. 1925, Huddersfield).

"Whitehaven was a tiny isolated fishing village before the Dissolution, belonging to the Priory of St Bees. This new book traces the its surprising rise to become one of the seven most important ports in the kingdom, following its acquisition by the Lowther family, in 1600. The construction of the several piers and quays is described, from the erection of the first 'peere' in 1634 by Sir Christopher Lowther to the building of the Queen's Dock, opened in 1876. The part played by the harbour in the local economy is explored, from the export of coal, especially to Dublin, through the development of a thriving trade with the New World, importing tobacco, sugar and spirits in exchange for manufactured goods — and slaves — to the growth of a significant shipbuilding industry.

Among the historic incidents in the narrative is an account of the armed attack on Whitehaven by John Paul Jones, the last invasion of the English mainland in more than two centuries. In addition to explaining the role of the Lowther family in the growtn of the town and harbour, as the landowners and Lords of the Manor, the book provides a definitive account of the work of the Board of Trustees of the Town and Harbour for nearly two hundred years and of their successors, the Board of Commissioners of Whitehaven Harbour, whose centenary falls in 1994. The entire Whitehaven venture provides an unusual, indeed unique story in English industrial, maritime and urban history, recounted in detail in this book. It is a significant contribution to the published history of Cumberland and will be compulsive reading in Whitehaven." - from the jacket.

Contents :
Preface;
Foreword by the Earl of Lonsdale;

Part One – The 18th Century.
1. Acts of Parliament and the Building of the Harbour.
2. Harbour Improvements in the Later 18th Century.
3. Day by Day Operations – 18th Century.
4. Trade through Whitehaven Harbour.
5. The Coal Staithes and Hurries, and the Fortification.
6. John Paul Jones and the Raid on Whitehaven.
7. The Spedding Family.

Part Two – The 19th Century.
8. The Development of the Harbour 1802-22.
9. Harbour Development 1824-58.
10. Town Administration and Acts of Parliament 1859-76.
11. Incorporation 1885-94.
12. Day by Day Operations – 19th Century.
13. Trade through Whitehaven Harbour.
14. Steam Tugs, Lifeboats and Fortifications.
15. John Peile, 1776-1855.

Part Three – The 20th Century.
16. The 20th Century.

Appendices:
A. Plans for Improvement;
B. Owners of the Whitehaven Estates.
With index.

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87 Sea Breezes CHARLESWORTH, John BLACKLER, Tony LEGGAT, R.C. Sea Breezes : The Worldwide Magazine of Ships and the Sea. Vol. 79, Nos. 712, April 2005
Marine Media Group, Isle of Man, 2005, 
(Sea Breezes). Sea Breezes : The Worldwide Magazine of Ships and the Sea. Vol. 79, Nos. 712, April 2005. Isle of Man : Marine Media Group, 2005. Pp 121-160. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated blue stapled wrappers. Contents : Portugal, Port and Ports (by Tony Blackler); Impressions of My First Voyage to Sea – Part Two (by R.C. Leggat); A Saving Grace (by John Charlesworth); At Sea 1940-1946 (by Charles Paine); Dame Ellen MnacArthur (by Tony Blackler); Father and Son (by Michael Clark); Tugs & Tows pictorial (centrespread); plus regular departments. Very good. 5.00

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88 Sea Breezes) SPELLER, Leslie ADAM, M., Contre-Amiral TAYLOR, Francis C. Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 23 January 1957. indj
Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1957, 
(Sea Breezes). Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 23 January to June 1957. Liverpool: Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1957. Pp. 496, including index. Illustrated. Double column. Small 8vo, green cloth, giltto spine. Of interest: Roy Clark's "A Cruise in the Falcon"; Francis C. Ta ylor's "The Rustic at Sea" (1850 aboard the barque Stag); "A Clyde Century"(pp.30-47, a history of Steel and Bennie Ltd., a firm of tug owners, with photographs of the paddle-tug "Albatross", "Cruiser", (one in black & whiteand another double page colour plate , from an original painting by Mrs. P . S. MacCallum, "Thunderer". "Forager", "Brigadier", "Warrior" and "Vanguard") ; Contre-Amiral M. Adam's "Story of the M.M." (France's Messageries Maritimes, pp.108-129, 190-220); Capt. C. Haug's "Round the World in '99" (aboard the German barque Plus, pp.162-170); W. Brownlie Hendry's "First Steamer on the North Pacific" (the Hudson Bay Company's side-paddlerBeaver, pp.255-259); Leslie Speller's "English Lake Steamers" (pp.272-289); "Instructions To Slavers" (pp.322-327); the editor's "Hamburg - South America" (pp.352-367, 438-465); J.H. Isherwood's "Kronprinz Wilhelm's Career", "Collins Liner Adriatic", "The Short-Lived Medina", "Alsatian and Calgarian", "British India's Golconda of 1887", "Union Liner Greek and Sisters". Many shorter pieces and the usual departments. Vg in edgeworn dj. 50.00

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89 Sea Breezes) SPELLER, Leslie BONSOR, N.R.P. FARR, GRAHAME Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 28 July - December,1959. in dj
Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1959, 
(Sea Breezes). Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 28 July - December, 1959. Liverpool: Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1959. Pp. 436, [1]-16 index. Illustrated, with several full colour plates included. SIngle /double column. Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt to spine. Of interest: John L. Hobbs' "World Towage" (pp.24-39, 90-105); Emmett A. Hoskins' "Steam Schooners" (pp.130-138, 216-223); Alfred Hine's "The Holme Line of Maryport" (pp.162-171); Leslie Speller's "Dover - Ostend" (pp.236-256); Edwin Drechsel's "Five Bremens" (pp.286-296); N.R.P. Bonsor's "Spectacular Rise of the Inman Line"(pp.314-331) and "The Inman Story: Peak and Decline (pp.391-412);Grahame Farr's "Passing of the Trow" (pp.378-386); J.H. Isherwood's "Ocean ic of 1871", "The Nieuw Amsterdam of 1906" , "Gelria of 1913", "Saxon of 1900", "The Celtic: First of the 'Big Four'", "Themistocles of 1911". A photoof the Gladys Bowater on p.182. Much more and the usual columns. Vg in vg dj. 50.00

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90 Sea Breezes) STEVENS, T.S. MILSTER, Conrad HALLAM, W.B. Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 34 July - December,1962. in dj.
Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1962, 
(Sea Breezes). Sea Breezes : The Ship Lovers' Digest, New Series Vol. 34 July - December, 1962. Liverpool: Charles Birchall & Sons, Ltd., 1962. Pp. 480 + 16 p. of index. Illustrated, with several plates (some of which are in colour). Single / double column. Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt to spine. Of interest: T.S Stevens' "Australian Venture" (on McIlwraith McEacharn Ltd, pp.32-53); Wing Comdr. H. Russell's "Illawarra Passage; Conrad Milster's "Excursion Steamers of New York Harbour" (pp.111-139); Craig J.M. Carter's "Suction Dredgers" (pp.140-146); "'Story of Smith's Dock'" (Tyneside, pp.191-215); W.B. Hallam's "Rea's of Liverpool" (a tug fleet, pp.272-288); E.A. Oscroft's "Southampton - Channel Islands" (pp.289-295); Roy Clark's "Bringing Home the Thomas Hodgson" (in two parts); W.A. Laxon's "New Zealand's Colonial Shipping Company" (pp.354-365); John Spilman's "The Dublin Cities" (on Palgrave Murphy Ltd, pp.436-449); J.H. Isherwood's "Akaroa ex Euripides" , "Marie Woermann of 1916", "The Galway Castle of 1911", "Ormuz of 1886", "Deutschland of 1900", "The Lusitania" (pp.409-417). Much more and the usual columns Vg in vg dj. 50.00

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91 SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 261, Spring 2007, Vol. 64, No. 1
Steamship Historical Society of America, Providence, Rhose Island, 2007, 
SHAUN, John H., Jr. (ed.). Steamboat Bill : Journal of The Steamship Historical Society of America. Number 261, Spring 2007, Vol. 64, No. 1. Providence, RI : Steamship Historical Society of America, 2007. Pp [1]-86,(2), including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Keeping Up Steam; Matthew Schulte; 1902-1903: A Bad Luck Year; Passenger Lists; New York Central No. 16; The Steam Tug Baltimore;The Georgia and Florida Inland Navigation Company; Doris Whitman Green; 20 06 Annual Fund; plus Regional reports. Very good. 6.50

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92 SHERET, R. Tugs, Booms & Barges : The Story of the Tugs and Crews in British Columbia and Puget Sound.
Western Isles, Victoria, B.C., 1999, ISBN:0921107080 
SHERET, R. Tugs, Booms & Barges : The Story of the Tugs and Crews in British Columbia and Puget Sound. (Victoria, B.C.) : Western Isles, (1999). FirstEdition. Pp (4),1-120,i-iv. Illustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, illust rated red card covers. Contents : 1. Tugs and Machinery. 2. The Towboat Men. 3. Working With Ships. 4. Logs to Log Barges. 5. Scows and Barges. 6. Shore to Salvage. Very good. Signed by the author. 30.00

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93 Ship & Boat International Port & Coastal Services : The Complete Proceedings of the First Conference at Brighton, England, 1980
Pax Marine Press, Mariefred, Sweden, 1980, 
Ship & Boat International. Port & Coastal Services : The Complete Proceedings of the First Conference at Brighton, England, 1980. Organised by Ship & Boat International incorporating International Tug & Workboat. Mariefred, Sweden : Pax Marine Press, n.d. ca 1980. Printed by Clifford Frost Ltd, London. Paginated in groups, i.e. each paper with total of 204. Illustrated. Tables, diagrams. Small folio, green cardcovers, lettered in black. The Papers: 1. Keynote Paper: "Port and coastal activities" by M. Paul Bastard; 2. "Oil Terminal Support Craft: practical criteria for their selection, in the light ot operational conditions in remote areas" by Archibald F. Smith, BSc.; 3. "Development of Hydrographic Surveying for ports and their approaches" by Commander R. I. C. Halliday, FRICS, RN; 4. "The development of shallowdraught workboats for civilian and military use, propelled by steerable ri ght-angle gear drives (SRAD)" by Mr R. C. Wopling; 5. "Design trends in aluminium patrol craft" by Timothy Graul; 6. "Recent developments in polyestermatrices and reinforcements for marine applications, in particular polyest er/Kevlar composites" by Dr L. S. Norwood and Mr A. Marchant; 7. "Workboat insurance" John de L. Lewis; 8. "Wheelhouse design for fast boats" by Dag Pike; 9. "Noise and vibration control in workboats" by R. Randell; 10. "Electrostatic risks and explosion hazards" by Dr J. A. Cross, Wolfson; 11. "Theselection of propulsion systems for workboats" by F. D. Hudson; 12. "Saili ng Workboats: Practical Propositions Based on Experience with a Sailing Tug" by Capt. Jesse Briggs; 13. "Propeller design for fuel economy" by A. F. Molland, MSc.; 14. "Low-voltage DC marine electrical systems for work boats"by G. B. Chandler, Lucas Marine Ltd; [15.] Informal Discussion Session: "E arly Failure of Boat Meterials, Particularly GRP", Chaired by Gordon Irons,with Guest Expert , Mr A. Le Comte; 16. "Traffic control and enforcement i n international waters" by A. S. Battison, MRIN, AMNl, Decca Radar Limited;17. "Planning and execution of the changeover to the new System of Buoyage " by Captain Ulf Heiroth, Nautical Director, Swedish Administration of Shipping and Navigation; 18. "Diving support vessels" by T. A. Hollobone; 19. "The role of Port Service Boats in the organisation of pollution control in the Port of Rotterdam" by Peter Noe; 20. "Pilots' opinions on pilot boats" by Arthur Bowbeer; [no number 21]; 22. "Operating experience of azimuthing -truster units for propulsion" by Mr P. Thornycroft; 23. "Radically new approaches to the design of workboats" by Jeremy M. Wilson. Chips and tears tospine, light cover wear, else very good. Uncommon. 125.00

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94 Ships Monthly Magazine MacGREGOR, David R. SCOTT, Richard J. COOPER, F.S. Ships Monthly. Volume 4, Number 4, April 1969.
Endlebury Publishing Company Limited,, London, 1969, 
(Ships Monthly Magazine). Ships Monthly. Volume 4, Number 4, April 1969. London : Endlebury Publishing Company Limited, 1969. Pp [i]-ii,115-152. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Of local interest : Grand Banks Schooner on a Barbados Stamp (pp 148-149, with 4illustrations) - about the Francis W. Smith, an old Grand Banks schooner o f 74 registered tons built at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in 1914, still trading regularly between Barbados and the Demerera River, and who had been pictured in 1950 and 1954 on the Barbados eight-cent stamp. Contents : The Editor`s Log; Prince Philip on a 'National Trust' for Ships; Showboat of the festival; Was This Ship Hi-jacked?; Oslo's Mermaids Will Call You Back Again to These Sea-Museums; Ship's Library; By Sea to the Western Isles; Coastal Commentary; Charlotte's Children: Paddle-Tugs of Britain; San Francisco to Liverpool; Grand Banks Schooner on a Barbados Stamp; By the Latest Packet. Brown stain to top margins, else very good. 10.00

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95 SKELTON, Joan Rescue from Grampa Woo.
Natural Heritage Books, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:1896219454 
SKELTON, Joan. Rescue from Grampa Woo. (Toronto) : Natural Heritage Books, (1998). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-xiv,(2),1-190 + 8 pp of colour photos and colour maps. Illustrated with b/w photos to text. 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers. "Rescue from Grampa Woo is an exciting tale of fear and heroism on Lake Superior. It tells of the rescue of two American men from a propellerless cruise ship as it drifts out to sea in hurricane force winds.Thres ships, two Canadian, one American, fight to save it. How successful were they? What kind of people would take these risks for others? What is it about Lake Superior that inspires such awe? Rescue from Grampa Woo is a mariner's story, a sea story, a gripping account of adventure, risk and dedication. It culminated in the award of three Governor General's Medals of Bravery." -from rear cover. Much on tugboats including the tug Glenada. Also the lake freighter Walter J. McCarthy Jr. , and the Canadian Coast Guard Cutter CCGSWestfort. With glossary and bibliography. Very good. 16.00

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96 SMITH, Peter L. Pictorial History of Canal Craft. 1st UK in dj.
B. T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1979, ISBN:0713416378 
SMITH, Peter L. A Pictorial History of Canal Craft. London: B. T. Batsford,Ltd., (1979). First UK Printing. Pp. 135. Illustrated. Large 8vo, grey clo th with gilt lettering to spine. Toy 4696. "From narrowboats to tugs, from maintenance vessels to fibreglass cruisers - this historical survey covers each type of craft developed through the ages to work on the rivers, canalsand navigations of Britain's inland waterway system." - from the dj. Sligh tly cocked, else vg in price-clipped dj. 25.00

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97 THORNDIKE, Virginia L. On Tugboats : Stories of Work and Life Aboard. First Printing softcover
Down East Books, 2004, ISBN:0892725656 
THORNDIKE, Virginia L. On Tugboats : Stories of Work and Life Aboard. [Camden, Maine] : Down East Books, (2004). First Printing. Pp (6),7-384. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "On Tugboats is a wide-ranging tribute to the crews and boats at work every day along America's coastsand inlancl waterways. The resourceful people who man the tugs are justifi ably proud of what they do, and when Virginia Thorndike asked about life and work aboard, she found they had plenty to say—." (from the back cover). Contents : 1. Tugboats 101. 2. The Business Side of Tugboating. 3. Working In and Near Harbor. 4. Coastwise Work. 5. Connected. 6. Pushing Petroleum. 7. Offshore. 8. Freshwater. 9. Tugs and Friends Respond to 9/11. 10. Old-Time Tugboating and Old-Time Boats. 11. Restorations. 12. Characters and Character Tugs. Covers flared, a few leaves creased, top inch-and-a-half of title page clipped, else very good. 10.00

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98 Tow Line). Tow Line. Vol. 27, No. 1, Summer 1974
Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., New York, 1974, 
(Tow Line). Tow Line. Vol. XXVII, No. 1, Summer 1974. New York : Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., 1974. Pp [1]-19,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. Small 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : Moran Tugs Tow Ocean Scout to Gulf of Mexico Drill Site (pp 3-7, 16); Holland America Line: 100 years At the Crest of the Waves (pp 8-9, 14-15); Ships in the News (pp 10-11); National Maritime Day 1974 at South Street Seaport (p. 12); Floating Hospital of St. John's Guild (p. 13). Very good. 15.00

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99 Tow Line). DOUGLASS, Earl L. NEVARD, Jacques KELLER, Allan Tow Line. Vol. 12, No. 2, June, 1959
Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., New York, 1959, 
(Tow Line). Tow Line. Vol. XII, No. 2, June, 1959. New York : Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., 1959. Pp [1]-19,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. Small 4to, illustrated card covers. Contents : Harbor Work Calls for Top Skills, Equipment; City School Ship Trains Youngsters for Sea (by Allan Keller); Strength For This Day (by Earl L. Douglass); NuclearAge Holds With Launching Tradition (by Jacques Nevard); New York to Oswego Aboard 'Anne Moran'; plus regular departments and Moran news. Water damage d (waterstained throughout and with surface tears to last 4 pages). As is. 7.50

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100 Tow Line). ROGERS, James Tow Line. Vol. 14, No. 2, June, 1961
Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., New York, 1961, 
(Tow Line). Tow Line. Vol. XIV, No. 2, June, 1961. New York : Moran Towing & Transportation Co., Inc., 1961. Pp [1]-19,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Triple Column. Small 4to, illustrated card covers. Contents : Moran Fleet Will Have Powerful New Tug; Moran Crew Delivers Tug to New Owners In Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa; Drama on the Bridge Deck as Cunarder Sails (by James Rogers); S.S. Rotterdam [centerfold]; plus regular departments and Moran news. Waterstained throughout, else good. As is. 7.50

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