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1 MAGINLEY, Charles D. COLLIN, Bernard Ships of Canada's Marine Services. First Edition in dustjacket
Vanwell Publishing Limited, St. Catherines, 2001, ISBN:1551250705 
MAGINLEY, Charles D. and Bernard COLLIN. The Ships of Canada's Marine Services. St. Catherines, Ontario : Vanwell Publishing Limited, (2001). First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xii,13-288. Partly double column. Illustrated throughout. Squarish large 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Charles Douglas 'Doug' Maginley (b. 1929, Antigua, West Indies). Bernard Collin (b. 1955, Montréal). "This book is a comprehensive record of Canadian government owned and operated ships, from the mid 1800s to the present. They are the civilian-crewed ships of the Canadian Coast Guard, The Department of Fisheries andOceans, the Canadian Hydrographic Service, and the Canadian Naval Auxillar y Service - and their predecessor organizations. It includes ships of widely different size and design with spcialized tasks involving marine safety, security, research and regulation. Although primarily restricted to ships of 100 gross registered tons or over, some of the important smaller ships, such as search and rescue cutters and lifeboats, are covered as well. Hovercraft, first entering service in 1968, are also included. Many ships are illustrated in rare old photographs digitally enhanced for clarity, in sketches and paintings by talented marine artists, and in a stunning colour section within the book. Ships histories have been compiled from many sources, both published and obscure, to provide as complete as possible." - from the inside dust jacket. Part I. 1850-1945: Introduction; 1. Pre-Confederation General Duties Vessels; 2. Northern Exploration Ships; 3. Icebreakers; 4. Lighthouse Supply Vessels and Buoy Tenders; 5. Customs and RCMP Patrol Vessels; 6. Fisheries Patrol Vessels; 7. Hydrographic Survey Ships; 8. Miscellaneous Vessels. Part II. 1946-2000: Introduction; 9. The Eastern Arctic Patrol Ship; 10. Postwar Icebreakers; 11. The Cable Ship; 12. Weather Ships; 13. Navigation Aids Vessels; 14. Special River Navigation Aids Tenders; 15. Northern Supply Vessels; 16. Search and Rescue Cutters; 17. The RCMP Marine Division; 18. Postwar Fisheries Patrol Vessels; 19. Fisheries Research Vessels; 20. Hydrographic and Oceanographic Ships; 21. Naval Auxiliary Vessels; 22. Postwar Miscellaneous Vessels; 23. Hovercraft. Index of ships; List of Sources. Very good in dustjacket. 45.00

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2 MAGINLEY, Charles D. and Bernard COLLIN Ships of Canada's Marine Services. in dj
Vanwell Publishing Limited, St. Catherines, 2001, 2001 1551250705 / 9781551250700 
MAGINLEY, Charles D. and Bernard COLLIN. The Ships of Canada's Marine Services. St. Catherines, Ontario : Vanwell Publishing Limited, (2001). First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xii,13-288. Partly double column. Illustrated throughout. Squarish large 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Charles Douglas 'Doug' Maginley (b. 1929, Antigua, West Indies).

Bernard Collin (b. 1955, Montréal).

"This book is a comprehensive record of Canadian government owned and operated ships, from the mid 1800s to the present. They are the civilian-crewed ships of the Canadian Coast Guard, The Department of Fisheries and Oceans, the Canadian Hydrographic Service, and the Canadian Naval Auxillary Service - and their predecessor organizations. It includes ships of widely different size and design with spcialized tasks involving marine safety, security, research and regulation. Although primarily restricted to ships of 100 gross registered tons or over, some of the important smaller ships, such as search and rescue cutters and lifeboats, are covered as well. Hovercraft, first entering service in 1968, are also included.

Many ships are illustrated in rare old photographs digitally enhanced for clarity, in sketches and paintings by talented marine artists, and in a stunning colour section within the book. Ships histories have been compiled from many sources, both published and obscure, to provide as complete as possible." - from the inside dust jacket.


Part I. 1850-1945:
Introduction;
1. Pre-Confederation General Duties Vessels;
2. Northern Exploration Ships;
3. Icebreakers;
4. Lighthouse Supply Vessels and Buoy Tenders;
5. Customs and RCMP Patrol Vessels;
6. Fisheries Patrol Vessels;
7. Hydrographic Survey Ships;
8. Miscellaneous Vessels.


Part II. 1946-2000:
Introduction;
9. The Eastern Arctic Patrol Ship;
10. Postwar Icebreakers;
11. The Cable Ship;
12. Weather Ships;
13. Navigation Aids Vessels;
14. Special River Navigation Aids Tenders;
15. Northern Supply Vessels;
16. Search and Rescue Cutters;
17. The RCMP Marine Division;
18. Postwar Fisheries Patrol Vessels;
19. Fisheries Research Vessels;
20. Hydrographic and Oceanographic Ships;
21. Naval Auxiliary Vessels;
22. Postwar Miscellaneous Vessels;
23. Hovercraft.
Index of ships;
List of Sources.

Very good in dustjacket. Signed by both authors, and inscribed "For John Holland," the late nautical book-specialist. 80.00



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