Society for Nautical Research

Hon. Secretary
Liza Verity,
National Maritime Museum,
Park Row,
London SE10 9NF,

Telephone: +44 (0)20 8312 6712
Telefax: +44 (0)20 8312 6722

The Society for Nautical Research was founded in 1910 to encourage research into matters relating to seafaring and shipbuilding in all ages and among all nations, into the language and customs of the sea, and into other subjects of nautical interests.

The Society ensured the survival of Nelson's flagship by raising the Save the Victory Fund and has been closely associated with her restoration. It has assisted the frigate Foudroyant in her role of youth training and supported the return of S.S. Great Britain from the Falkland Islands to the dock at Bristol from which she was launched in 1843. The Society helped found the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich and the Royal Naval Museum at Portsmouth.

Publishes the quarterly journal The Mariner's Mirror [ISSN 0025-3359] and a likewise quarterly Newsletter.

Subscription rates for 2002 are:

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Private Members USD 60 CAD 75 GBP 32 [*]
Institutional Members USD 75 CAD 95 GBP 42

*) GBP 30 if payment is made by direct debit.

All subscriptions should be sent to the Membership Secretary at the address below:

Membership Secretary: M.P.J. Garvey

Stowell House,
New Pond Hill,
Cross in Hand,
East Sussex TN21 0LX,

Telephone: +44 (0)1435 863792

Updated 2002-09-02 by Lars Bruzelius.

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