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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Features:
Australian Bays - Five passenger-cargo ships that were once the despair of their operator but went on to be useful and, in one case, immortal. Roy Fenton
Maritime Mosaic - Pictorial showing some of the small cruise ships which have called at the Dorset port of Poole in recent years. Kevin Mitchell
All change at Victoria - The archipelago of the Seychelles and its main port of Victoria hosts a variety of ships, including cargo and cruise ships. Stephen Spark
HMS Vanguard - Recalling the tragedy that overtook HMS Vanguard in July 1917 with the loss of hundreds of sailors, and three survivors. James Hendire
Home from home - Recollections of a Radio Officer working on the tanker Esso Scotia in the 1970s. Richard Jolliffe
A modern coastal port - The port of Teignmouth is an important part of the South Devon economy, being visited by a range of small coasters. David Walker
Aegean crossroads - A day in Piraeus, at the crossroads of the Aegean, looking at passenger shipping, seen from on board Queen Victoria. Colin J. Smith
View from the Bridge - Commanding officer Captain Vinay Kalia of the Indian Navy's frigate Trikand, Patrick Boniface

Ship of the Month:
MONT ST MICHEL - Spotlight on the ferry Mont St Michel, with a look at the biggest carrier in the Brittany Ferries' fleet. Russell Plummer

Chartroom:
Ships mail - A selection of letters from readers.
Ships library - Reviews and details of new maritime books.
Mystery ship - Can you identify this month's mystery ship?
Ports of call - Cruise ship calls around the UK in June. Andrew and Donna Cooke

Regulars:
waterfront - Paddler Montreux out for 2016, new dredgers for Russia, new livery for hovercraft, and large shipment brought to the Tyne.
Cargo - Mitsui OSK restructures its fleet, Capesize bulker conundrum, Seatrade's new boxboats launched, and record breaker at Aberdeen.
News feature - A look at some of the world's strongest and largest ships for undersea construction and dismantlement projects, Jim Shaw
Ferry - New livery for DFDS ships, Condor Liberation detained in Poole, and St Claire back on Fishbourne run. Russell Plummer
Cruise - Revised deployments for RCI ships, Aidaprima delivered at last, and new CMV flagship Columbus for 2017. William Mayes
Naval - ATO tackles migrant flow, Australia tenders for new tanker, and Russian Navy takes delivery of new frigate. Gary Davies
Ships pictorial - Ships pictured around the world, including in Scotland, Malta, Japan and Brazil.

Cover - Brittany Ferries' workhorse Channel ferry Mont St Michel has the spotlight turned on her on pages 33 to 37. fotofute

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