Maritime Links Page
The following links are mainly of other Maritime websites, though there are other links that I have found useful and helpful, that are of interest not only to myself but hopefully to visitors to my site also.
If you are similarly minded and have a Maritime site that you would like to link to mine and are willing to have a reciprocal link, please contact me with details.
This P and O Heritage websit is a great site, keeping the heritage of what was the finest shipping company in the world, and British at that.
|A great site devoted to Staff, sea and shore, who worked for British India Steam Navigation Company in various parts of the world.|
|Nick Messinger's lovely site for those of us who belonged to THE original Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, whether on shore or at sea. Nick was First Officer, s.s. Chusan circa 1972.
|Steve Matthews has produced an excellent site on this great favourite|
|Ken Ironside's great site, he was Gym Instructor on the S.S. "Australis"|
|Steve Mulliss's excellent site of S.S. "Australis" is well worth a visit|
|Visit Carol's Mavroidakis's great site, yet another ex staff member who was happy to have worked for Chandris|
The site for ex-Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Naval Reserve personnel. A great site and a credit to the Webmaster
|An interesting site illustrating Royal Air Force Air Sea Rescue & Marine Crafts and their service.|
|A great site devoted to the restoration of British Military Powerboats with some magnificent photographs. Well worth a regular visit!|
|Canadian Coastal Forces Trust is a group of individuals who are seeking to preserve the last Canadian Motor Torpedo Boat from World War II. She is MTB 486, a former British Power Boat. The site contains some very nice photographs of of BPB's at speed, especially that of MTB 459, on CCFT's Home Page, and good links. Well worth a visit.||
Canadian Coastal Forces Trust
|The Premier Maritime Museum website|
|A very good museum and site, Sydney, Australia|
|Hobart, Tasmania, an excellent little Museum in a lovely city, well worth a visit|
|An interesting site and a good source of information with very helpful staff|
Lymington, Cygnet, Tasmania, named after Lymington in Hampshire, the history of which was researched bymyself. The hamlet of Lymington was once at the centre of the apple growing industry in the Huon Valley, south of Hobart. Disastrous bushfires in the 1960s and 70s wiped out most of the orchards and cottages. Though there are one or two occupied dwellings there Lymington has become the name of a district, but it does have a local bay which bears its name.
|This link is included at the request of members of a girls and boys club in New Jersey - a Maritime Glossary|
|For records going back to Saxon times|
|The City of London's own Library|
|For Records of those who died in Conflicts|
|For Genealogical Research|
|Heraldry et al|
|Berkshire Masonic Province|
|For all things English|