The new-look NavyBooks.com, which hosts hundreds of naval titles and thousands of books, ranging from amateur-penned memoirs to established thought-leaders in shipbuilding and maritime warfare, is to donate one per cent of all revenue to The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) as its 2016 Charity of the Year.

New NavyBooks owner and Managing Director, Ian Whitehouse, is a former submariner who served with the Second Submarine Squadron in Plymouth and now lives in North Cornwall.

He says that the RNRMC was an obvious candidate to support because of his personal links to the Royal Navy. NavyBooks’ main customers typically also have close links to, and support for, the Royal Navy.

Ian Whitehouse said: “With the launch of the new website, and understanding our customers’ passion for the subject, we thought it was a good time to partner with The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, especially considering their support for the veteran community.”

Steve Bush, NavyBooks editor, is also a Royal Navy veteran. He joined the Royal Navy, at HMS Raleigh, Torpoint, as a communications technician in  1978. On leaving the Royal Navy in 2000 he joined Maritime Books, and edits the business’ flagship magazines, such as ‘Warship World’ and ‘Warship World Pictorial’, while also writing books and supporting the venture’s authors and contributors.

NavyBooks.com offers free UK mainland delivery for purchases over £60 and International Delivery starting from £2.50. It also welcomes visitors, at Unit 6B, Heathlands Rd, Liskeard, PL14 4DH. Other goods sold by the webstore include ship modelling books, children’s books, and photo books.

Their full line of naval books is available at www.navybooks.com