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The authoritative magazine of the history of engine-powered vessels and the legacy of man's journey on the world's seas and waterways.
In this issue:
- Italian Motor Ships Saturnia & Vulcania
- A Can Of Peas; SS Avalon
- Night of the Subic Bay Pirates
- How to Write an Article for PowerShips
- STEAMing Into the Future
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