Our Collections – journals and magazines
Our online library catalogue is available here. Given the complexities of indexing, the following extracts from our database are only very partial. Please also see separately the books, magazines, etc that are for exchange or sale as duplicates or surplus to our requirements. Enquiries about our holdings are welcome.
The Ladies' Collection
The Stephen R. de Chene Collection and a short biography.
The Ross Richardson Collection and a short biography.
General and Stormy Weather collection and a short history of Stormy Weather
- Our collection is complete complete, with the exception of two special supplements.
- partial collection - including new publications, reprints and artwork
Magazine - complete collection
- magazine of the Navy League of Canada, 1918-1934.
- the official magazine of the Royal Ocean Racing Club
- the magazine of South Street Seaport
- The British serial, quarterly and annual, from January 1977 until ....
- the US edition first published 1984
[The Society holds some 250,000 journals , magazines, periodicals etc. Others, not listed above include Boat Building, Boat International, Canadian Tall Ships, Classic Yacht Regatta (Antigua, Pamphlets), Der Yacht, Harpers, Latitudes and Attitudes, Life Boat, Lifeboat, Light House, Maritime Policy and Management, Model Boats, Model Engineer, Motor Boating (and Sailing), Naval Architect, Neptune, Neptune-nautisme, Ocean Navigator, Ocean Voyager, Polar Record, Porthole, Practical Sailor, Professional Mariner, Professional Navigator, Seafarers, Ship and Boat International, Ships And Ship Models, Ships in Scale, Ships Monthly, Sports Afield, Tallships, The Yacht, Voiles et Voiliers, Warship Technology, Yachting Monthly, Yachts And Yachting]
Our Coat of Arms;
Motto "Futurum ex præterito" (Saint Augustine)
This index is an ongoing project to rationalise, facilitate and expand our exiting page at the Naval Marine Archive. Some pages are very recent, some date back twenty years and may or may not have been reviewed and/or edited recently; we appreciate any suggestions for improvements.