Our "Motor Boat and Yachting" collection

Motor Boat, 1922

The magazine Motor Boat, which eventually became Motor Boat and Yachting, was a a popular and well considered British journal, that added "sailing" content in 1936 due to public demand.

Collection: Stormy Weather

Availability: some volumes, remainder slipcased

Indexing: plese see our main catalogue entry.

We do have some duplicates, including a few early ones for exchange. Please contact us for donations or exchanges.

Published by the Hearst corporation at:
224 west 57th St.
New York, N.Y. 10019
Mail to:
Motor Boating & Sailing
P.O. Box 10075, Des Moines, Iowa, 50350

 

Motor Boat and Yachting, 1966

History of the publication:

Place: London; England  
Main title: The Motor Boat  
  Numbers no.1-350
  Dates 14 July 1904 - 23 March 1911

  Continued as The Motor Boat and Marine Oil and Gas Engine
  Numbers no.351-420
  Dates 30 March 1911 - 25 July 1912

  Continued as Motor Ship and Motor Boat
  Numbers no.421-821
  Dates 1 Aug.1912 - 2 April 1920

  Continued as The Motor Boat
  Numbers no.822-1670
  Dates 9 April 1920 - 24 July 1936

  Continued as The Motor Boat, Yachting and Commercial Craft
  Numbers no.1671-1758
  Dates 31 July 1936 - 1 April 1938

  Continued as The Motor Boat and Yachting
  Numbers no.1759-
  Dates 8 April 1938-

 

 

This is currently (January 2021) a work in progess, to rationalise, facilitate and expand our existing pages 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.