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Nautical Research Journal, 67.1, Spring 2022 Now Available

March 16, 2022 6:32 AM | David Eddy

The Spring 2022 edition of the Nautical Research Journal is now available!    

Digital subscribers can access the digital edition here. Print subscribers will be receiving their copies by mail soon!


  • The whaleback steamer James B. Colgate (1892) – a unique design for a stormy problem by Dan Pariser
  • Swift: A Virginia pilot boat of 1805 by Gilbert McArdle
  • Models of ships of the Norman invasion fleet of 1066 as seen in the Bayeux Tapestry by Bill Wardle
  • Building a paper model of SMS Emden by Richard Snyder
  • Building Skuldelev 3, A Norse (Viking) coastal cargo carrier: a comfortable first scratch-build or a pleasant project for the time between major efforts by Clayton A. Feldman
  • NEPTUNIA No. 305
  • Thoughts on lettering for models by David Antscherl
  • Notes on the deaths of two prominent New York naval architects by Larrie D. Ferreiro

Columns and Editorials

  • Editorial: What direction now? by Paul E. Fontenoy
  • Tips & Techniques: Cleaning your airbrush by Kurt Van Dahm
  • Model Shipways kit #MS2270: USCG Harriet Lane by Kurt Van Dahm
  • Book Reviews
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