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The Society’s quarterly journal, The Mariner's Mirror, is internationally recognised as the pre-eminent English-language journal on naval and maritime history, nautical archaeology and all aspects of seafaring and lore of the sea.
The journal covers a wide range of history, from Bronze Age ships to nuclear submarines, and nautical matters such as hydrography, navigation and naval logistics. The latest table of contents and article abstracts can be found on the website.
The Mariner’s Mirror contains an extensive book review section. The notes and queries sections and correspondence pages provide a channel for a lively exchange between members.
Should you have material for inclusion in the Mariner's Mirror, please contact the editor who will be happy to advise you. Potential contributors are advised to consult the Guide for Authors. Once an article has been accepted for publication, authors are required to complete a Licence to Publish.
The Society welcomes proposals from maritime book publishers, book sellers etc who wish to advertise in the Mariner's Mirror. See our rates for advertisements and fliers.
Intending authors are reminded that The Mariner's Mirror is indexed on SCOPUS, the largest abstract and citation database of research literature across all subject areas and quality web sources. This allows high visibility of content to a global audience in the academic, corporate and scientific communities (see SCOPUS website).