Brown’s Nautical Almanac 2017, 140th Edition.
September 2016, Glasgow.
140th Edition of Brown’s Nautical Almanac “The Sailor’s Bible” will be available from October 2016.
Brown, Son and Ferguson Ltd is proud to announce that the 2017 publication of Brown’s Nautical Almanac will the 140th Edition. The Almanac will be available at home and abroad from October 2016.
Established in 1850 on the south side of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Brown, Son and Ferguson soon started publishing books for the sailing ships that visited the city. In these early days there were few publications on maritime affairs available and its range of titles steadily grew. A new and exciting era dawned for the firm with the first issue of Brown’s Nautical Almanac in 1876. Every year it continues to be completely revised with ongoing care and attention given to its preparation. It has been edited and arranged to ensure accuracy and ease of reference for a book in daily practical use. The entire book has been re-set so that Navigators will find the tables are sharper and easier to read.
Orders can be placed now for an October delivery. Brown Son and Ferguson Ltd is dedicated to quality and traditional standards. The company provides nautical books and stationery for the maritime industry and is based in Glasgow, Scotland. Their publications can be found in colleges, marinas, ports and aboard ships around the world.
The ISBN is: 978-1-84927-068-7 and the Price is £60.00.
For further information please visit our website www.skipper.co.uk or email us at email@example.com.
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