The specialist magazine for Shipping enthusiasts.
Shipping Today & Yesterday is a specialist magazine for the shipping enthusiast offering up-to-date information, topical and in-depth historical articles.
Perama Bay was a popular place to see ships laid up in the 1960s and 1970s. Here we see three ships in lay-up on 19th May 1973. From left t … Read more
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A North East Collier Company The 1,826grt Pegaway was built in 1924 by Smith’s Dock at South Bank. On 4th April 1938 she sank 20nm NW of T … Read more
2 months ago
The Oil Capital of Norway The 902grt Rogaland was built in 1929 by Stoberi at Stavanger for Det Stavangerske D/S A/S. They renamed her Tunge … Read more
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Shipping Today & Yesterday was first produced in March 1990 by, the then Editor and Publisher, John Young. The first edition stated that it would, ‘offer a news service covering important developments in the Shipping industry Today and will look back at ships and events of Yesterday, with regular features on merchant ships.’
Shipping Today & Yesterday has changed and expanded considerably from its first issue, but it still provides the same informative news service and interesting features from the World of Merchant Shipping. This monthly magazine has a strong and loyal following throughout the UK and abroad and appeals to anyone with an interest in ships and life at sea, past or present.