The Liverpool Nautical Research Society, Maritime Archives and Library, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AA UK

LIVERPOOL NAUTICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY

The Liverpool Nautical Research Society Maritime Archives and Library Merseyside Maritime Museum Albert Dock Liverpool L3 4AA UK

LIVERPOOL NAUTICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY

Special Notice regarding our next meeting on 16th November. The library at the Athenaeum is unavailable and so the meeting will be held at the Friends Meeting House which is at 22 School Lane, just around the corner from the Athenaeum. Additionally we will meet at 1300 for the talk at 1330 hours

IMPORTANT NOTICE   Please note that, as part of the new Sea Galleries development, the Archives Section at Merseyside Maritime Museum will close to the public from 1 September, 2017 until Spring 2018. See their website for more details: http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/archive/index.aspx

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The Society was founded in 1938 to promote interest in maritime history and provide a forum for research, communication, collation of information and recollection. Click to read more about the origins of the society.
Members pursue research for themselves, the Society, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, in response to enquiries from the general public or they simply meet up to share experiences. Much of this activity is carried out in a friendly atmosphere at the weekly sessions. These are held in the Archives Section at the Merseyside Maritime Museum. See EVENTS page.

Presentations on a range of maritime subjects are given monthly (between September and May) by specialist speakers and members. See EVENTS page

Members also receive the quarterly Bulletin in which articles and papers of significance by members and others are published. Lloyds List has described the Bulletin as “hugely readable,” and the editorial team strive to maintain and enhance this reputation. See BULLETIN page.

About half of our core membership is from Merseyside and the surrounding area, with others located across the U.K., the continent and many reside as far away as Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.