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November 2017

Ship keeping weekend at Cutty Sark


Shipbuilders are recreating a famous Cornish vessel from 1852
A group of shipbuilders are using traditional techniques to recreate a famous Cornish vessel


Historic boats to set sail again
Eastbourne’s historic pleasure boats could soon be back afloat as a working heritage attraction


New display on Fishermen at War opens
New display on Fishermen at War opens to commemorate fishermen and their role in wartime


No Roses on a Sailor's Grave
The search for a WWII veteran's lost ship unearths more than expected.


SS Freshspring receives Lottery funding boost
The SS Freshspring has received a £61k boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund


National Historic Ships UK celebrates maritime heritage at their annual Award Ceremony
HRH The Princess Royal attended the event to help us award prizes to all our winners!


October 2017

Would you like to volunteer for the weekend with Trinity Sailing?
Trinity Sailing is glad to announce the continuation of its popular programme of volunteer maintenance weekends, starting this November.


Historic Dockyard Chatham secures £4.8m national lottery support as part of £8.2m project
The project will convert the Grade I Listed building into a resource that will unlock the future financial sustainability of the wider Historic Dockyard site.


National Maritime – ‘The Big Skills Debate’
November 8 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm


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Ship keeping weekend at Cutty Sark

Shipbuilders are recreating a famous Cornish vessel from 1852

A group of shipbuilders are using traditional techniques to recreate a famous Cornish vessel

Historic boats to set sail again

Eastbourne’s historic pleasure boats could soon be back afloat as a working heritage attraction

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