Latest Ferry News
The new edition of Ferry & Cruise Review has just been published and includes features on Stena Line’s fast craft operations, Brittany Ferries’ Normandie and Bretagne, and the upgrades of the Stena Lagan and Stena Mersey. The magazine celebrates its 100th edition with the Spring edition, which will include a wide variety of articles from those working in the industry today. For the 100th edition of the magazine, we hope to make the magazine available as an App download.
Those who have ordered TT Line will be pleased to know that the book will shortly go to print, after continual delays over the last six months. The Dover-Calais book, which was due for publication in November, has been further delayed, awaiting the outcome on the future of MyFerry Link’s operations between the British and French governments. We hope to have this book published during the summer, once the outcome is known.
Other books due for publication in 2014 include:
Silja Line – From De Samseglande to Tallink -
This new book gathers together for the first time the entire histories of Silja line and Tallink. Written by Kalle Id. Partly bilingual text in Finnish. Due to be published Late February 2014.
Folkestone for the Continent 1843-2001
Sealink and Before: This book on Sealink which will feature the operations of the company before it was branded as Sealink. Written by John Hendy, Justin Merrigan and Bruce Peter, will be an album of photographs, including memorabilia and brochures of British Railways and Sealink leading up to 1970.
Sealink and Beyond: Its companion, written by Richard Seville and Matt Murtland, will feature the company’s operations during the branding of Sealink and its takeover by Sea Containers and later Stena Line. Both books can be purchased in advance at a special price (see our website for further details).
Latest Booklist available here as a download.