- Atlantic Liners | Created by maritime historian J. Kent Layton, this website contains extensive information about the famous Atlantic liners of the early twentieth century as well as information about the author's publications.
- Great Ocean Liners | Written by Daniel Othfors and Henrik Ljungström, the website presents a comprehensive history of the great transatlantic liners as well as additional links and resources.
- Great Ships | The history of transatlantic shipping told through picture postcards. The images are taken from the collection of Jeff Newman with the commentary written by Mark Baber.
- HMS Ausonia | Sam Ryder's website dedicated to the career of R.M.S. (H.M.S.) Ausonia and her crew. The website also includes information and memorabilia relating to Cunard's six 'A'-class ocean liners.
- Legacy of the Great Liners | A blog which explores the history of ocean liners through the author's personal collection of miniature ocean liner models and related ephemera.
- Mark Chirnside's Reception Room | Website of the maritime history author Mark Chirnside, containing details about his publications and an extensive collection of excellently researched articles on ocean liner history.
- Ocean Modern - Liners and Literature | A research project, led by Faye Hammill at the University of Glasgow, which investigates the use and symbolism of the ocean liner in twentieth-century literature. It also explores the liner as a space for literary activity.
- Olympic and Caronia | The history of two definitive ships as told by Brian Hawley. The website galleries contain some interesting and uncommon images of the two liners from the author's personal collection.
- Public Symbols and Private Enterprise (Archived) | Daniel Grossman presents a history of the 20th century liners through their role as national symbols during the period of intense Anglo-German rivalry.
- Red Star Line | A website presenting the history of the Red Star Line with an emphasis on the stories of the emigrants who left for the new world from Antwerp. Its resources include company history, migration statistics, fleet details, and a gallery of Red Star Line memorabilia.
- Wanted on Voyage | Research articles on ocean liner history from Peter C. Kohler. The blog includes many articles on the liners of the interwar period, researched to an exceptionally high level of detail.
Archives & Collections
- The Chung Collection | The Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung Collection contains outstanding resources relevant to the Canadian Pacific Railroad Company, including Canadian Pacific Steamships. The collection is held and digitised by the University of British Columbia.
- Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives | An independently managed archive providing access to extensive documentation of social and cultural history. GG Archive collections include passenger lists, steamship brochures, and photographs.
- Harland and Wolff (Welch) Collection | The official photographic collection of Harland and Wolff shipbuilders, Belfast. The full collection has been digitized and made available by National Museums Northern Ireland.
- Historic England | The photographic archives of Historic England contain a large number of ocean liner images, including many interior images within The Bedford Lemere collection.
- Maritime Timetable Images | A digital repository of historic shipping timetables from the private collections of Björn Larsson and David Zekria. The collection is organised both by list of ships and list of shipping companies.
- Norway Heritage | A comprehensive collection of shipping lists, passenger lists, images, and articles relating to maritime migration from Norway. The website also includes a forum based community.
- Red Star Line Museum Collection | The digitised collections of the Red Star Line Museum, made available on DAMS; the city of Antwerp museums collections online.
- Red Star Line Postcards | Roger Perrott's collection of postcards produced for the Red Star Line, including information about their artists, publication, and broader connection to the history of the company.
- Royal Museums Greenwich Collections | The digitised collections of the National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark, and the Royal Observatory including photographic images, manuscripts, fine art, and museum artifacts.
- TheShipsList | Assisting with ancestry research, TheShipsList contains extensive collections of passenger lists, immigration reports, shipping line fleet lists, and other information concerning immigrant shipping travel.
- Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island | The foundation responsible for the preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Their website hosts extensive shipping arrival records, searchable by passenger name.
- Harold Jordan Shipping Postcards | An extensive collection of shipping postcards available for purchase. The sites includes chantry classics, company issued cards, and older original postcards from major steamship companies.
- Grand Liner Lounge | Sellers of ocean liner antiques, collectables, ephemera, and memorabilia. The website stocks an extensive list of items from numerous shipping companies with regular updates and friendly customer service.
- Luxury Liner Row | Ocean liner collectables and memorabilia from the golden age of travel. The extensive and high quality range of items as well as Brian Hawley's extensive knowledge and customer care make this a first class site.
- Nautiques | Celebrating the golden age of ocean liner travel, Nautiques specialised in selling a full range of memorabilia items from the great liners. Nautiques guarantees the high quality and authenticity of each item.
- New Steamship Consultants | Operating since 1968, their catalogues provide the most extensive range of original ocean liner memorabilia available, including a number of museum quality items.
- The Purser's Locker | Dealers in high quality ocean liner memorabilia, The Purser's Locker offers a range of rare and outstanding collectibles from famous ocean liners and the royal yachts in service for the British sovereigns.
- White Star Buffs | Ben Smith is a specialist dealer in White Star Line postcards and ephemera. His website also includes blog posts and information about his own book "‘Adriatic - A White Star Line wonder ship".