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Help needed. Can you tell us anything about this sailing ship?

One of this blog’s followers, to whom I am probably related, would love to know more about this ship.

The picture hung in her grandparents’ house in Brynhenllan  for as long as anyone can remember but nobody in the family knows anything about it. 67 more words

Dinas Cross

Museum of Wellington City & Sea

The Museum of Wellington City & Sea is located on Queens Wharf in the historic Wellington Harbour Board Office and Bond Store building on Jervois Quay. 370 more words

North Island

A rare maritime survivor

This is Pilgrim, heading out of the river Dart in south Devon, on a day of improbable near-flat calm last week. The boat is a Brixham trawler built at Upham’s yard in 1895, now gloriously restored and refitted, working once more out of Brixham after a long and choppy career in Scandinavia. 100 more words

Maritime History

Another maritime mystery closer to being solved

The Canadian government announced yesterday that it had discovered one of the lost ships from Franklin’s Expedition, the British Arctic exploration voyage led by Captain Sir John Franklin that disappeared in the 1840s.   565 more words

The Nelson Collection of the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation

By

Gina Balta

PhD Candidate, Maritime Studies

It was on May when I received an invitation to attend the opening of a very unique and interesting exhibition. 742 more words

Greenwich Maritime Institute

Winter Talks 2014-5

To ensure the Ship remains in the public’s mind we host a series of talks at the St Julian’s Inn, Caerleon NP18 1QA, starting at 7.30pm  242 more words

Medieval Ship

THE JOURNEY CONTINUES

Well, the last Open Day in our Maesglas premises has been and gone and we are still waiting for news from the council as to where we will now be housed for the foreseeable future. 414 more words

Medieval Ship