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Links to Useful Websites

Bruzelius

A useful website compiled by Lars Bruzelius covering sailing ships of all types and periods.


Clyde Ships

A website devoted to vital information and the careers of all vessels built by the shipyards of Scotland, recording over 40,000 vessels and their histories.


Graces Guide

A leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in the UK.


National Maritime Museum

Explore the collections of the Royal Museums, Greenwich.


The Science Museum

Explore the collections of the Science Museum.


TheShipsList

TheShipsList covers information on ships' passenger lists, immigration reports, newspaper records, shipwreck information, ship pictures, ship descriptions, shipping-line fleet lists and more; as well as hundreds of passenger lists to Canada, USA, Australia and some for South Africa.


Three Decks

Three Decks is a web resource for researching naval history during the Age of Sail. The site includes detailed information on vessels, crew, shipyards, dockyards, naval actions, geographical locations and much more.


Tyne Built Ships

A website devoted to the history of Tyne shipbuilders and the ships that they built.


Uboat.net (First World War)

Information on all U-boats of WW1.


Uboat.net (Second World War)

Information on all U-boats of WW2, their commanding officers and operations including all Allied ships attacked, technological information, a large photo gallery and thousands of U-boat books and movies.


The Wreck Site

The Wreck Site is the largest online wreck database, covering 206,700 wrecks, 176,290 positions, 73,340 images, 2,572 maritime charts, 33,090 ship owners and builders and a lot more.