Unlike the vast majority of professions, which most people can become skilled in through the sheer power of their will, a career in sailing is only attained by those who have that innate calling. It takes a certain strength of character to expose oneself to nature’s unpredictability with scarce odds of survival in case of a disaster. If you’re among those who have the sea in their blood and insatiably absorb any kind of ship-related information, there are a few magazines you’d be sorry to miss.
Checkout our range of Shipping Magazines below
Shipping Today And Yesterday Magazine Subscription is available from £5.14
The Motorship Magazine Subscription is available from £263.50
With a respectable tradition of 85 years of exceptional quality content, Sea Breeze Magazine is nothing short of a nautical encyclopedia. You’ll find it encompasses everything from aspects of maritime law to the narration of genuine sailing experiences.
Anchored into the area of current navigational services people often use, such as cruises and ferries, Ships Monthly Magazine will provide you with any such information you might require.
Never have people discovered a stretch of water without attempting to cross it. The spirit of adventure and passion for exploring has resulted in the building of many types of vessels throughout the centuries, constantly being improved towards withstanding longer and rougher journeys. Out of the plethora of designs, the most frequently used are the central themes of a few best selling publications, such as Classic Boat Magazine, Wooden Boat Magazine, Canal Boat Magazine and Showboats International Magazine. If you’re considering buying a boat, your best choices would be Boat Mart Magazine, Boat Trader Magazine, Boat International Magazine and Boat Exclusive Magazine, where you can find a voluminous array of offers.
Few sports are as dangerous and exciting as boat racing, which gives speeding maniacs an endless maneuvering space to manifest themselves. If you like living on the edge, check out RIB International Magazine and Sports Boat and Rib Magazine, where you can read about the latest racing boats on the market, compare them and make a thoroughly informed decision if you fancy owning one yourself. And if you prefer yachting instead, Nautica International Magazine is purposely written for those who share this passion. If you want to eliminate any presumption that you might be among those wealthy enough to own a yacht but know little about it, get clued up on all its parts and technical details.
If your work is connected to the shipping industry and you’re already an ace in the field, you surely want to keep an eye out for any significant events and developments within your activity sphere. Some of the best rated periodicals in this category are Tanker Shipping & Trade Magazine, LPG World Shipping Magazine, LNG World Shipping Magazine and Shipping Today & Yesterday Magazine, containing professional coverage of many technical and operational aspects of this industry.
For a fascinating incursion into the past, Warships International Magazine reveals the technologies used in creating some of the most resilient combat vessels that have stood the test of intense battles.
Living and working at sea and the many accounts surrounding the seafaring world inspire anything but tedium. If you want to be part of that world, you can start by subscribing to these magazines.