News: “Over the graves of the Druids and under the wreck of Rome,
Rudely but surely they bedded the plinth of the days to come.
Behind the feet of the Legions and before the Norseman’s ire
Rudely but greatly begat they the framing of State and Shire
Rudely but deeply they laboured, and their labour stand till now.
If we trace on ancient headlands the twist of their eight-ox plough.”

-Rudyard Kipling
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Local ShippingThe link on the menu for “Live Data” will show the near real time position of local shipping in and around the River Medway area, including the Port of Sheerness, Thamesport etc. The data is produced from “Shipplotter” software.5020kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:12:46
ShipAISA group of ShipPlotter enthusiasts bring you live vessel movements from around the UK derived from AIS data. Click on the map to see the individual ships, their statistics and photos.15810kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:14:15
Marine TrafficThis web site is part of an open, community-based project. It is dedicated in collecting and presenting data which are exploited in research areas.5180kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:15:50
Canterbury DiversWe have hundreds of wrecks off Dover, below are a few of the ones that we have dived.6030kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:16:45
Old Ship Picture GalleriesMany shipping pictures to search through.8560kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:21:04
Plimsoll Ship DataPortCities Southampton - - has digitised pages from Lloyd's Register of Ships from 1930 to 1945. You can search key data fields including ship name, year of build, weight and any former names of the vessel concerned. Search using the 6440kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:21:55
Shipwright's PalaceBlog with interesting information.4340kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:23:17
Ethel Maud Thames Sailing BargeEthel Maud is one of few Thames Sailing Barges. The 80ft Barge is currently undergoing a complete rebuild by owner Gary Diddams at Shoregate Wharf boat Yard. Thames Sailing Barges were originally cargo-vessels working the East Coast of Britain. They have3830kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:24:21
The Adolphe and LauraThe Adolphe & Laura was a ship purchased by the Sheerness Co-operative Society in 1882, for the purpose of carrying coal.3590kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:25:01
Kent PiersThis page is devoted to postcards and photographs of the piers of Kent. In addition to pleasure piers, some piers and jetties used by ferries or excursion ships are also included. The sole surviving complete pleasure pier in Kent is at Deal. This is also 5190kynFebruary 26, 2013, 12:25:35
Chatham Dockyard Historical SocietyThe Chatham Dockyard Historical Society is a registered charity (No 287263) composed of about 280 members all of whom are volunteers dedicated to upholding the memory of Chatham Dockyard's contribution to serving the Royal Navy over the past four cent4350kynMarch 11, 2013, 13:56:20
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