Latest Lloyd's Register Published In New Three-Volume Format

The 1980-81 edition of the famous reference work, Lloyd's Register of Ships, has just been published in a completely new t h r e e - v o l u m e format. Because comprehensive details of more than 70,000 ships are included, the former two-volume format had become unwieldly.

Subscribers to the Register receive free two separate volumes —Subsidiary Sections, which amplifies specialized data in the Register, and the Register of Offshore Units, Submersibles and Diving Systems.

Subscribers to the Register of Ships also receive 12 cumulative monthly updating supplements covering all published ships and owners, and the Society's annual Statistical Tables.

Complementing these five volumes are the List of Shipowners and Appendix, which are purchased separately.

For terms of subscription and order forms, write to The Administration Officer, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 17 Battery Place, New York, NY 10004.

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