Tinker Taylorís Homepage

a new look to an old site.

Links to other maritime web-sites

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Athel Apprentices Association
The Marine Society

The Marine Society

The Marine Society provides education, libraries, and financial support for the professional development of seafarers; it encourages and assists with hands-on training and the dissemination of information for those who may be considering a career at sea

 
Chamber of Shipping

Chamber of Shipping

The Chamber of Shipping is the trade association for the UK shipping industry, working to promote and protect the interests of its members both nationally and internationally.

Sea Vision UK

Sea Vision UK

Sea Vision UK is the national on-going campaign to raise awareness and understanding of the sea and maritime activities - including the maritime sector in its widest sense

Merchant Navy Association

Merchant Navy Association

The Merchant Navy Association promotes to maintain a reminder of the country's maritime heritage. The debt that is owed for the sacrifice made by so many British merchant seamen will be kept for ever in the minds of the nation.

Duke Austin & Co.

Duke Austin & Co.

William 'Duke' Austin, a former Athel Line Apprentice, now runs his own consultancy and ship auditing company.

Seafire Training Ltd.

Seafire Training Ltd.

Canadian based Marine, Fire & Safety: Consulting and Training Company, with former Athel Line Apprentice, John Lewis, at the helm.

John has also included some excellent salty humour in his web-site.
Vesseltracker

Vesseltracker

The goal of vesseltracker is to build the best vesseltracking & informationsystem in the internet.

Vesseltracker is used by a lot of maritme Professionals such as pilots, shipagents, shipowners, terminal operators or shipyards, but it is also used by many shiplovers from all over the world.

At the moment vesseltracker.com has information from over 45.000 seagoing vessels and it is used by over 50.000 registerd users worldwide (September 2008). In each second more then 7.000 vessels are tracked in Realtime and stored in their database.

vesseltracker.com was founded by two computer scientist and one salesman in 2006. The company is owend by the founders. Besides vesseltracking the company offers a community for the maritime sector and a huge archive of photographies.

 

 
The Miramar Ship Index

The Miramar Ship Index

The Miramar Ship Index, domiciled in the suburb of Miramar, Wellington, New Zealand is an historical database listing both merchant powered ships of about 100 gross register tons and above and naval ships of even smaller tonnage displacement; and also composite, iron & steel sailing ships. The website is upgraded about the turn of each month

MaritimeQuest

MaritimeQuest

A quest for the photographic history of the worlds ships. A quest to bring to the forefront little known tales of the sea. A quest to uncover the history behind the worlds greatest ships.

Seadolby
Ieuan Dolby

Ieuan Dolby's site of stories, tall tales, anecdotes, articles and essays on travel, the world, the sea, ships and all who sail on them.

The British Merchant Navy, Looking for old friends
The British Merchant Navy, Looking for old friends

Web pages for those interested in the British Merchant Navy. The site contains Lists for Serving and ex Merchant Seamen looking for those old friends. This is an entirely free service.

Merchant Navy.Com
Merchant Navy.Com

Designed for all sectors of the merchant navy. It will initially be a one stop information site, which will enable personnel active within the shipping industry to gain information from the net with ease. The site is also the first to provide personnel at sea with access to information relevant to their jobs and with links and services to make life at sea one step easier.

Brofjorden Pilot
Brofjorden Pilot

Pilot Jan Brügge's personal website. Jan has a selection of photographs taken during the course of his pilotage operations.

 

     
Gordon Mumford
Gordon Mumford

Gordon was the Third Radio Officer on the Scottish Heather, an Athel line ship, in Convoy ONS154, when the tanker was torpedoed in December 1942.

His book, "The Black Pit . . . and Beyond," has just been published. On his website, and in his book, he pays tribute to Douglas Crook, the Second Mate.

 
Fotoflite
Fotoflite

Commercial specialists in aerial phtography of ships. They have archives covering over 50 years, so if you would like a photograph of your old ships', this could be your first and last stop!

 
Boatnerd
Boat Nerd

Prime information and news site for the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway

 

Sea & Ships
Sea & Ships

Another seafarer's web-site by Alberto Mantilla, with many of his own photographs

Chirp
Chirp

The objective of CHIRP is to promote safety in the aviation and maritime sector for employees and others by:

· Obtaining, distributing and analysing safety-related reports which would not otherwise be available;

· Whilst at all times keeping the identity of the reporter confidential.

 
MarineTraffic.com
www.marinetraffic.com

Vessels monitoring based on the Automatic Identification System (AIS).

 

Japan from the driver's seat
Japan from the driver's seat

Photographic journey through Japan by Mike, an american truck driver.

 
The Allied Merchant Navy of World War Two
The Allied Merchant Navy of World War Two

Website dedicated to those who served in the Allied Merchant Navy during World War Two