Nautical Websites

benjidog
27th November 2007, 23:08
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benjidog
27th November 2007, 23:11
There are references to nautical websites all over the place making it difficult to find them.

I have started this Directory entry today to provide a single reference point to find them to assist all members.

You are invited to contribute to make this a valuable asset to all.

Regards,

Brian

jaydeeare
22nd February 2008, 23:03
Good to see that this is happening! It makes a lot of sense, saves a lot of time 'googling'.

One I've found interesting is HERE (http://www.merchantnavyofficers.com/)

Enjoy it everyone :)

benjidog
22nd February 2008, 23:24
Thanks Johnny - I have added that one to the list and at the same time added a couple of links for U-boat sites

Brian

Iangb
1st September 2009, 04:35
Useful for research on Aussie shipping:
http://www.flotilla-australia.com/index.htm

Ian

benjidog
1st September 2009, 21:25
Thanks Ian,

I have added that to the list as well.

John_F
2nd September 2009, 09:23
Brian,
A site for ex BP Apprentices is this one:
http://www.bpapprentices.com/
It is run by Graham Wallace (a member of this site) who has an ever increasing record of crewlists, not just apprentices.
A much better site for Shell personnel is here:
http://www.helderline.nl/
Kind regards,
John.

lakercapt
2nd September 2009, 14:08
WWW.boatnerd.com
for all the activities on the Great Lakes

benjidog
2nd September 2009, 23:17
Thanks folks.

I have added the BP and Shell ones.

The Boatnerd site was already in the list Lakercapt but thanks anyway.

eldersuk
2nd September 2009, 23:21
Ron Mapplebeck's very comprehensive site.

http://www.teesships.freeuk.com/