This editorial is not what it should be, one of our emblematic authors has suddenly disappeared. We will not say more here, all the emotion is in the following pages. But life goes on, with always for you, faithful readers, something new. First of all, let's welcome the publication of Philippe Caresse's new Special Edition on Japanese cruisers. It is presented in detail in our “Coups de Coeur” section. As for your favorite magazine, however, it ends the saga of the savant liners, supplementing the previous articles, with unpublished images. We return to the oceans at war with the blockade runners, enormous activity in 1940. A little later, in similar waters, the story of American submarines in the Atlantic, a secondary but essential front, often unknown facts. The clashes between English and French fleets were numerous, but it was in the West Indies that one of the deadliest took place, near Guadeloupe, a paradise that had become a hell. A meeting with serious consequences. Do you know that wrecks of historic ships are disappearing, cut up to recover their steel? You will discover this modern plunder. But some wrecks can be dangerous, as a high-risk mine clearance operation shows. Of course, your usual sections are there, models, cinema, books and our famous historical wreck without forgetting a rich and varied news, Sail with us, on all seas, in all eras.