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Sightseeing My City: Royal Maritime Greenwich, London

As a Londoner, there are a lot of things that I expect tourist guides to recommend. They’ll tell you to go on the London Eye, visit the Tower of London and take a trip through Hyde Park – all the places genuine inhabitants avoid at the weekends to stay away from the hordes of people. 217 more words

Travel

Hercules Linton Memorial, Inverbervie

Hercules who?  Well, indeed!  But in his day he was well-known in the shipbuilding trade and renowned as the designer of the fastest ship in the world – though her construction bankrupted his company. 342 more words

Tourist Attraction

The Cutty Sark

London is home to many iconic landmarks and one of these is the Cutty Sark.

Apart from its history, both ancient and modern, it has been presented to the public in unique style. 41 more words

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Cutty Sark Replica project - What is it?

Who we are?

The initiators of the project are a team of highly motivated people, with high quality knowledge of building traditional ships, operating them with all the logistics and P.R., all with long standing experience in all the different aspects of the Tall Ship’s world, headed by Captain Vladimir Martus, owner and builder of the  201 more words

Greenwich Maritime Institute

Cutty Sark (4) Seamans quarters

In order to maximise space in the holds, the seaman’s quarters were built in bunk blocks on the main deck. By comparison with the quarters in a warship they were quite spacious and comfortable. 16 more words

History

Greenwich Sunset

Last week, me and my fiance were caught unawares in a heavy shower when we left Jamie’s Italian, in Greenwich. I’m glad we did though because I thought the views as the sun broke through were spectacular.  22 more words

Doing

Cutty Sark (3)

The Cutty Sark is 212 ft long and has a draft of only 21ft

History