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Maritime Life and Traditions

Maritime Life and Traditions, no. 3

 

Each feature of Maritime Life and Traditions is clearly and beautifully presented including remarkable archive material and striking marine photography Maritime Life and Traditions elegantly and accurately illustrates every aspect of human life affected by the world's rivers and oceans. This journal was distributed in North America by WoodenBoat.

The cover of issue no. 3 show the Sparkman and Stephens yawl Stormy Weather design no. 27 (drawings dated 1933) launched in 1934, sailing in the Bay of Douarnenez; the photo is by Guy Gurney. The article, with additional material by the author, can be found here.

ISSN: 1467-1611

Collection: Stormy Weather

Complete collection from #1 to #34. Our cataloge entry can be found here.

Availability: all slipcased, single - no volumes

Indexing: by NMA available here.

 

"Maritime Life and Traditions" ceased publication with No. 34 in March 2007. The following information is retained for historical purposes only:

Editorial address:
Maritime Life and Traditions
Editor-in-Chief
Bernard Cadoret
Abri du Marin
29177 Douarnenez cedex
Tél. : +33 (0)2 98 92 66 33
Fax : +33 (0)2 98 92 04 34

or

Maritime Life and Traditions (Europe)
Executive Editor
Jenny Bennett
P.O. Box 22, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 8YH, UK
Email: maritime.life@wanadoo.fr

Website: Maritime Life and Traditions
Subscription Office (North America)
P.O. Box 78, Brooklin, ME 04616.
For more subscription information, see the MLT subscription page.

 

 

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