Interesting Web Sites

The Mother of all Maritime Links is an interesting history site with many ship entries – worth a browse.. (Interesting website with ship photos) An amazing site for war buffs with hundreds of pages of ships lost.

Gallery images“doon-the-watter”.html

Rotterdam pilots / Corabank arriving (click below) ( Shipwreck pictures) TRENTBANK SINKING – The website of an ex Bank Line Radio Officer On line purchase of my books! – all U Boat information – A great site, full of information – many bank line ships to be found on this site A fascinating record of ships built over the years.. Loss of sailing vessel Thornliebank on the Scilly Isles Information and interviews with Otto Kretschmer, one of the U Boat Aces in WW2. An interesting Bank Line site for members only


. This a subscription site with a wealth of ship information, pictures, etc based in Wellington, N.Z. Interesting record of all Scottish built vessels A brilliant site for War buffs….. Tons of interesting articles. A bit of seaching needed to find the maritime reports depending on the day involved.

Another site for war buffs….. Convoy information. This is a de-classified secret document giving a fully detailed account f the German U boat war by Admiral Doenitz. A great site for ship photos and detail

This link goes to ” Tacoma History” and an interesting account of the sailing vessel Olivebank. This site contains ship basic details for Sunderland Built Bank Line ships. This is an amazing source of sailing ship pictures – ones that visited South Australia a nice archive of Vancouver with the Olivebank picture etc – a true account of piracy from the USA ‘ Library of Congress’ A 20 minute video of the USA yards building Liberty Ships in the war. Corny in places, but interesting bits… Great photo site/searchable

Minchbank video from the 1070’s.

Another Youtube video with the London Docks 1969 and some shots taken aboard the GOWENBANK

A very interesting and comprehensive site for Liberty Ship enthusiasts…v3400_0491.pdf

The Mother of all Maritime Links