There are a few sites on the 63rd (Naval) Division and a few articles (wot I have written myself) online. The latest is here on page 49 et seq.
http://publishing.yudu.com/A70f1/navyne ... /index.htm
Page 16 was good fun to do as well
but cold and very wet and I put my back out...
The official history by Douglas Jerrold isn't bad, but it's written from the officers' point of view rather than the men. Leonard Sellars' Hood Battalion
is an excellent 'regimental' history with many first-hand accounts, and Joseph Murray gives excellent battle descriptions in Call to Arms
I never did 90th/100th anniversary features under our old editor
but the current editor has given me a much freer rein. The series begins in Feb 06 with the launch of HMS Dreadnought; followed by Jutland; RND on the Somme; Bloody April; Passchendaele; March offensive; and Zeebrugge Raid. All are online either as microsites or digital downloads.
I'm certain there are books on Antwerp. Your best bet is to ask Capt Chris Page, head of the RN Historical Branch in Portsmouth. He's Mr RND.