Canadian Naval & Maritime History
Honorable Mention: Silver Donald Cameron, Blood in the Water: A True Story of Revenge in the Maritimes. Viking Books.
United States Naval History
Winner: Thomas Heinrich, Warship Builders: An Industrial History of U.S. Navy Ship-building, 1922-1945. Naval Institute Press.
Honorable Mention: John B. Hattendorf & William P. Leeman (eds.), Forging the Trident: Theodore Roosevelt and the United States Navy. Naval Institute Press.
United States Maritime History
Winner: Jamin Wells, Shipwrecked: Coastal Disasters and the Making of the American Beach. University of North Carolina Press.
Honorable Mention: Colin J. Davis, Contested and Dangerous Seas: North Atlantic Fishermen, Their Wives, Unions, and the Politics of Exclusion. University of Massachusetts Press.
Naval and Maritime Science and Technology
Winner: Larrie D. Ferreiro, Bridging the Seas: The Rise of Naval Architecture in the Industrial Age, 1800-2000. The MIT Press.
Naval and Maritime Reference Works and Published Primary Sources
Naval and Maritime Biography and Autobiography
Winner: Brett Goodin, From Captives to Consuls: Three Sailors in Barbary and Their Self-Making Across the Early American Republic, 1770-1840. Johns Hopkins University Press.