SIGNAL LETTERS OF BRITISH SHIPS FOR THE USE OF SHIPS AT SEA AND SIGNAL STATIONS FOR 1935. CORRECTED TO 31ST DECEMBER 1934, BY THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL OF SHIPPING AND SEAMEN.
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1st.ed., 1935. Xxi + 86 + (1 advt.) pp. Qtr. Blue cloth ; blue boards ; black lettering. 24 x 15cm. V.G. (This copy belonged onboard the RGYC yacht SYLVIA II of Southampton, identified by her signal letters on the front board: M.Q.D.C.) The official list of signal letters for British merchant ships in 1935 with data for each vessel consisting of her Signal Letters, Name, Port of Registry, Registered Tonnage, and Official Number. Also includes Visual Signal Letters for ships of the Royal Navy and Dominion fleets, UK Government vessels, Dominion and Colonial Government vessels, departments of the Indian Government, and yachts of the Royal Yacht Squadrons. Part I provides an alphabetical list of Signal Letters assigned to British registered ships, and Part II gives an alphabetical list of British registered ships with their Signal Letters so that vessels can be traced from both letters and names.