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  • Aberdeen Built Ships
    Use this website to search for information about any of the nearly 3,000 recorded ships built in Aberdeen since 1811 and to see what objects are held at Aberdeen Maritime Museum. We have gathered information about these ships from the shipbuilder's yard lists; our library of Lloyd's Register of Shipping, from local resources and from the memories of local people associated with the shipyards of Aberdeen. We have also digitized a large number of objects from Aberdeen Maritime Museum so that photographs, ships plans and other related material are also available to look at online. Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
    http://www.aberdeenships.com/
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  • Broadside. Home of Nelsons Navy
    Broadside is a collection of pages describing life in Royal Navy in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, the time of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
    http://www.nelsonsnavy.co.uk/
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  • Centre for Maritime Archaeology
    The Centre for Maritime Archaeology was established to provide a focus for maritime archaeological research within the Department of Archaeology at the University of Southampton. Committed to the promotion and practice of maritime archaeology, undertaking projects from local to international scale, the CMA draws on skills and resources of university departments and outside organisations to create a distinctive and progressive environment for research. UK
    http://cma.soton.ac.uk/
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  • Commodore Yachting Ltd.
    Commodore Yachting is a RYA Sailing school based in Gosport Marina offering RYA Sailing Courses and Solent Yacht Charter. Gosport, UK
    http://www.commodore-yachting.com/
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  • County of Roxburgh
    The County of Roxburgh was a Scottish merchant ship caught in a cyclone in French Polynesia in 1906 and tossed upon the atoll of Takaroa by a massive wave where her hull still sits today. For twenty years the County of Roxburgh sailed the Atlantic Ocean, through the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific. Built in 1885 by Barclay, Curle & Co., for R. & J. Craig of Glasgow, Scotland the County of Roxburgh was a four masted iron ship, or 'barque', 285'6" in length by 43'5" in height x 24' in width and weighed 2209 tons.
    http://www.county-of-roxburgh.com/
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  • Devonport Naval Heritage Centre
    The Devonport Naval Heritage Site and Visitor Centre records the development of The Dockyard and Plymouth’s pivotal role in supporting the Royal Navy through major conflicts since 1300, including two World Wars. Through its collections, interactive experiences and pictorial interpretation the drama of the close relationship of Devonport, the Royal Navy, The Dockyard and the people of Plymouth can be explored. The Devonport Naval Heritage Site and Visitor Centre includes The Naval Heritage Centre, the Duty Visit Ship, the decomissioned submarine 'Courageous' and Naval Base Coach Tours. Devonport, Plymouth, England, UK
    https://devonportnhc.wordpress.com/
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  • Figurehead Archives
    Built up during a period of over 40 years the full Figurehead Archive can be divided into two quite distinctive areas of research, the first and perhaps most important are the photographic representations of Ships Figureheads, both on and off the vessels, plus a number of other Maritime Woodcarvings, such as Stern Board Carvings, and Cats Heads, this is built up from historic Black and White prints taken from the early 1900's until the late 1950's, to more contemporary prints in colour, and now digital images. South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
    http://www.figureheads.co.uk/
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  • H.M.S. Hood Association
    The H.M.S. Hood Association was established in 1975 by a group of several former Hood crew members, including two of the three survivors of her sinking. The Association has been going strong since that time. Our ranks are currently made up of the veteran sailors, their families, members of the bereaved families as well as enthusiasts interested in perpetuating the memory of the Mighty Hood and her crew. The battle cruiser Hood and her predecessors were named in honour of the Hood family that spawned several great naval leaders in the mid 1700's to early 1800's. Rawdon, Leeds, United Kingdom
    http://hmshood.com/
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  • Harwich Mayflower Project
    The Harwich Mayflower Project is building an authentic replica of the ship that carried the Pilgrims to America to a better life in the New World. The new Mayflower ship will embark on a new and crucial journey that will carry today’s Adventurers as they face up to the environmental dangers and challenges presented by climate change. Harwich, Essex, England, UK
    http://www.harwichmayflower.com/
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  • Historical Maritime Society
    The Historical Maritime Society is a UK based historical research and re-enactment group recreating the Royal Navy of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
    https://sites.google.com/site/historicalmaritimesociety/
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  • HMS Trincomalee
    Britain's oldest historic fighting ship still afloat! The history of the United Kingdom is the history of the Royal Navy. As long as there has been a nation there has been a navy, encouraging growth and trade, and defending the people. At the centre of our Royal Naval heritage is the National Museum of the Royal Navy. HMS Trincomalee is now part of the National Museum of the Royal Navy family, joining the prestigious heritage fleet of that organisation alongside HMS Victory, HMS Alliance and HMS Caroline. She is the oldest warship afloat anywhere in the world, berthed at Jackson Dock, within Hartlepool's Maritime Experience. Hartlepool, England, UK
    http://www.hms-trincomalee.co.uk/
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  • HMS Victory
    Experience life on board the world's most famous warship. Welcome to the official website for Nelson's flagship - HMS Victory. Best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar, the Victory currently has a dual role as the Flagship of the First Sea Lord and as a living museum to the Georgian Navy. The Historic Dockyard opens at 10am everyday throughout the year, except when closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, England, UK
    http://www.hms-victory.com/
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  • HMS Warrior Preservation Trust
    As you arrive at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the stunning sleek, black lines of Britain's first iron-hulled, armoured warship, take your breath away. Warrior, launched in 1860, was the pride of Queen Victoria's fleet. Powered by steam and sail, she was the largest, fastest and most powerful ship of her day and had a profound effect on naval architecture. Warrior was, in her time, the ultimate deterrent. Yet within a few years she was obsolete. Restored and back at home in Portsmouth, Warrior now serves as museum, monument & visitor attraction and is open year round for you to experience for yourself. HM Naval Base Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK
    http://www.hmswarrior.org/
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  • Invincible Home Page
    She is in every way the best ship in her class: The Admiralty 1757. This site is dedicated to 'THE ROYAL NAVY'S FIRST INVINCIBLE' Naval commanders and their ships generally became famous as a result of their victories in battle. The Invincible however, fought and won her greatest battles on the drawing boards of eighteenth century ship designers. She was the first of a completely new class of battle ship which was to dominate the oceans, in the service of all major navies of the world, for over 100 years.
    http://www.invincible1758.co.uk/
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  • London Canal Museum
    At the London Canal Museum you can see inside a narrowboat cabin, learn about the history of London's canals, about the cargoes carried, the people who lived and worked on the waterways, and the horses that pulled their boats. Peer down into the unique heritage of a huge Victorian ice well used to store ice imported from Norway and brought by ship and canal boat to be stored. This is the only London museum of inland waterways and is situated at King's Cross, an accessible central London location.
    http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/
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  • Maritime Heritage Trust
    The Maritime Heritage Trust aims to represent and promote the interests of owners and operators of traditional and historic vessels at all levels of government. Also the Trust wishes to increase public interest and support for maritime heritage, which in turn will raise awareness of its cultural importance and have wider benefits for economic drivers such as employment, education and tourism. London, England, UK
    http://www.maritimeheritage.org.uk/
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  • Medway Maritime Trust
    An educational charity promoting the preservation of maritime heritage. The Medway MaritimeTrust aims to be a centre of excellence for the rescue, restoration and conservation of historic vessels and for the provision of education, advice and interpretation of our maritime heritage. Sheldwich, Faversham, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.medwaymaritimetrust.org.uk/
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  • Merseyside Maritime Museum
    Merseyside Maritime Museum is in the Albert Dock, Liverpool. It contains a variety of objects associated with the social and commercial history of the port of Liverpool. Highlights include ship models, maritime paintings, colourful posters from the golden age of liners and even some full sized vessels. There is also the major current exhibition Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story, which tells the story of Liverpool's links to the ill-fated liner. The Museum also houses the International Slavery Museum (on the third floor) as well as the Border Force's national museum: Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered (in the basement). Liverpool, England, UK
    http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/
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  • Moonfleet Sailing School
    RYA training courses in Poole, Dorset on the south coast of England. Moonfleet Sailing, based in beautiful Poole, Dorset can offer you a taster weekend break, a full 5 or 7 day RYA course, or one of our 7 day adventure sailing holidays taking in the Brittany Coast and Channel Islands. Experienced sailors will need no telling, but for those who have never tried it, sailing is an exhilarating way to spend a few days or longer. From complete novice to aspiring Ocean Yachtmaster , Moonfleet has the right programme for everyone.
    http://www.moonfleet.net/
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  • National Historic Ships
    National Historic Ships is a Non Departmental Public Body advising the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport on national historic ship preservation and funding priorities. It also acts as a focus for advice on aspects of the preservation of historic vessels and maintains the National Register of Historic Vessels, a database containing information about surviving historic vessels in the United Kingdom.
    http://www.nhsc.org.uk/
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  • National Historic Ships UK
    National Historic Ships UK is a government funded, independent organisation which gives objective advice to UK governments and local authorities, funding bodies, and the historic ships sector on all matters relating to historic vessels in the UK. London, England, UK
    http://www.nationalhistoricships.org.uk/
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  • National Maritime Museum
    The National Maritime Museum (NMM) was formally established by Act of Parliament in 1934 and opened to the public by King George VI on 27 April 1937. It includes the 17th-century Queen's House and, from the 1950s, the Royal Observatory. There is also the sailing barge Shamrock, jointly owned by the National Maritime Museum and the National Trust on the Tamar, Cornwall. Greenwich, London
    http://www.rmg.co.uk/national-maritime-museum
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  • National Museum of the Royal Navy
    The National Museum of the Royal Navy came into being to tell the entire naval story, past present and future; the story of a Service that has literally sculpted the history, culture and the people of Great Britain. On 28th June 1911, The Dockyard Museum opened in Portsmouth, growing and evolving into the Royal Naval Museum, which then became a part of the newly formed National Museum of the Royal Navy in September 2009. The Museum changed its name to the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, as the overall organisation grew to also encompass The Royal Marines Museum, The Royal Navy Submarine Museum, the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower. The NMRN has a simple Vision, 'to be the world's most respected Naval Museum, underpinned by a spirit of enterprise and adventure, and; Our Goal is, to promote the traditions and public understanding of the Royal Navy and its constituent branches, past, present and future'. Portsmouth, England, UK
    http://www.nmrn.org.uk/
    (Added: Tue Dec 15 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nelson Museum
    Welcome to the Nelson Museum, the only museum dedicated solely to telling the story of our national hero, Lord Horatio Nelson and the times in which he lived. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
    https://www.nelson-museum.co.uk/
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  • Paddle Steamer Preservation Society
    The Paddle Steamer Preservation Society is Britain's longest established, largest and most successful steamship preservation group. Founded in 1959, we have sailed our ships since 1975. We are a registered charity. Through our associated charitable and non-profit distributing companies, we operate Britain's only two working paddle steamers, both of which have won major heritage awards. Without us, there would no longer be the opportunity to sail on these unique ships and experience the delight of viewing large areas of Britain's beautiful coastline. Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
    http://www.paddlesteamers.org/
    (Added: Wed Jan 13 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • PortCities UK
    Voyages, ports, history, people, origins and much more! Discover the maritime histories of UK port cities. Select a port from the list and explore the diverse history and culture of PortCities UK. The sea has played a vital role in the development of many UK cities. As the UK's ports grew in wealth and importance, they aided the movement of people, goods and ideas and acted as gateways to the wider world. Port cities helped to create the UK of today. PortCities explores the impact of this maritime world on UK culture.
    http://www.portcities.org.uk/
    (Added: Mon Dec 05 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
    Featuring the NEW Mary Rose Museum and world famous ships HMS Victory and HMS Warrior 1860, plus NEW for April 2014, HMS Alliance, the only remaining WW2 era British ocean going submarine. Also including the National Museum Royal Navy Portsmouth, Action Stations and Harbour Tours, there's plenty to see and do. Discover a great family day out at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Situated within a working Naval Base, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past, present and future - a must see for anyone visiting the south of England. HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, UK
    http://www.historicdockyard.co.uk/
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  • Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Trust
    During the early years of the 20th century, more battleships were built at Portsmouth than at any other shipyard in Great Britain. The Dockyard played a key role in supporting the Royal Navy during the Great and Second World Wars and during subsequent conflicts. The Trust aims to promote research into the history and industrial archaeology of the Royal Dockyard at Portsmouth and to disseminate the results of such research. Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, UK
    http://portsmouthdockyard.org.uk/
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  • River & Rowing Museum
    The Museum has three main galleries devoted to the River Thames, the international sport of rowing and the town of Henley. There are also three special exhibition galleries, the Riverside Café, shop, Education Centre, library and function rooms. The Museum opened in 1998 to celebrate the River, the international sport of Rowing and the town of Henley on Thames. Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, England, UK
    http://www.rrm.co.uk/
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  • Royal Museums Greenwich
    Discover the world's largest maritime museum, filled with inspirational stories of exploration and endeavour at sea and packed to the gunwales with intriguing objects and fascinating galleries. Royal Museums Greenwich comprises four sites: the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, the Queen's House and Cutty Sark. Together these constitute one museum working to illustrate for everyone the importance of the sea, ships, time and the stars and their relationship with people. The National Maritime Museum (NMM) was formally established by Act of Parliament in 1934 and opened to the public by King George VI on 27 April 1937. Greenwich, London, England, UK
    http://www.rmg.co.uk/
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  • Royal Museums Greenwich Picture Library
    Royal Museums Greenwich Picture Library has the world's greatest source of historical maritime images, with collections covering trade and empire, navigation, war and astronomy. We licence high resolution images from the National Maritime Museum’s collection, which includes the Royal Observatory Greenwich, The Queen’s House and Cutty Sark. Items in the collection include oil paintings, prints and drawings, maps and charts, scientific instruments, ship plans, historic photographs, manuscripts, ship models, antiquities and uniforms. Greenwich, London, UK
    http://images.rmg.co.uk/
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  • Royal Naval Museum
    National Museum of the Royal Navy (Portsmouth). Our ambition is simple: to be the world's most respected Naval museum, underpinned by a spirit of enterprise and adventure. The Museum's mission is "to make accessible to all the story of the Royal Navy and its people from earliest times to the present". The Royal Naval Museum, in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, is one of Britain's oldest maritime museums. The Museum's aim is to preserve and present the history of the 'Fleet' - the ships and the men and women who manned them. HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, UK
    http://www.nmrn-portsmouth.org.uk/
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  • RT Training
    GMDSS Radio training for the yachtsman and other small craft sailors. Our philosophy on communications training is to keep it simple and to provide an easy friendly atmosphere where jargon and theory are kept to a minimum. Shorwell, UK
    http://www.marineradio.co.uk/
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  • Scottish Fisheries Museum
    Situated in a wonderful collection of historic buildings on the harbour of a small and beautiful fishing port, we are a charitable trust which has become a national institution with an international reputation. Our principal aim, in all of our efforts with regard to the displays in our extensive museum and our many educational and research activities, is to excite informed interest in the development of the Scottish commercial fishing industry among people of all ages in and beyond Scotland. The core story that we have to tell is the history of how, through a constant process of innovation, the Scottish fisheries became such an important part of the lives of so many Scots. Anstruther, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.scotfishmuseum.org/
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  • Scottish Maritime Museum
    The Scottish Maritime Museum holds an important nationally recognised and varied collection of historic ships, artefacts, shipbuilding machinery, machine tools, several small vessels, canoes, lifeboats and other fascinating personal items. The Scottish Maritime Museum is based in the west of Scotland, with sites in Irvine and Dumbarton. The Museum, founded on the historic and continuing importance of the sea to Scotland, opens up the past to our young people and allows them to explore their history and our contribution to the world in terms of maritime developments and pioneering engineering techniques. Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire and Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org/
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  • Shipwreck Centre & Maritime Museum
    Maritime Museum, Isle of Wight. Our move to larger premises at Arreton in 2006 has enabled us to considerably improve and expand our displays, also now including a separate Lifeboat Museum in the adjoining building. Arreton Old Village, Arreton, Isle of Wight
    http://www.iowight.com/shipwrecks/
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  • Society for Nautical Research
    The Society for Nautical Research promotes research in nautical matters and publishes the results. This research covers all matters relating to seafaring, ships and shipbuilding in all ages and in all nations; the language and customs of the sea; in fact any topic of nautical interest. The Registered Office is at the National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London, England
    http://www.snr.org.uk/
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  • ss Great Britain
    Brunel's SS Great Britain is one of the most important historic ships in the world. When she was launched in 1843 she was called 'the greatest experiment since the Creation'. By combining size, power and innovative technology, Brunel created a ship that changed history. His vision for the SS Great Britain made her the great-great-grandmother for all modern ships.The steam ship Great Britain is a unique survival from Victorian times: the world's first iron hulled, screw propeller-driven, steam-powered passenger liner, and the only surviving 19th century example of the type. When launched in 1843 she was twice the tonnage of any previous ship, and the combination of revolutionary features in her design had a seminal influence on virtually all modern ships. Bristol, England, UK
    http://www.ssgreatbritain.org/
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  • Steam Tug Challenge
    The Steam Tug Challenge is a true national treasure and is proud to be registered in the National Historic Fleet. Challenge was the last steam tug to have worked on the Thames, but is best known for the role she played in Operation Dynamo, evacuating of troops from the shores of Dunkirk in 1940. This website tells the story of The Steam Tug Challenge from her launch in 1931, through her war time history, subsequent restoration and looking towards her future. Warsash, Southampton, England, UK
    http://www.stchallenge.org/
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  • Thames Heritage Boat Museum
    The Tamesis Trust has been established to build and manage a Heritage Boat Museum at Beale Park near Pangbourne. The museum will exhibit historic steam launches and motor boats afloat and on static display, plus examples of the different types of machinery used for mechanical propulsion from the early 1800's. There will be explanations about the dramatic development of boat building which occurred during the 19th century but has now virtually disappeared; the history of the navigation, how this was managed and has changed so much since the early 1800's. Pangbourne, Berkshire, England, UK
    http://www.tamesis.org.uk/
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  • Thames Sailing Barge Trust
    Preserving traditional vessels and skills for future generations. The TSBT is a registered charity that exists to preserve two Thames barges in sailing condition for the benefit of the public and to pass on the skills required to sail them. The Thames Sailing Barge Trust, which owns both Pudge and Centaur, offers the opportunity to sail to various locations around the Thames Estuary, and also to take part in competition with other barges in the various barge matches arranged throughout the sailing season. Maldon, Essex, England, UK
    http://www.bargetrust.org/
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  • Thames Tugs
    The site contains details of many of the River Thames ship handling tugs operating between 1833 and 2008, and details the fleets of William Watkins Ltd (still my first love), Gamecock, Elliott, Sun Tugs, Ship Towage Ltd., London Tugs Ltd., Alexandra Towing Co. (London) Ltd. Howard Smith [UK] Ltd, Adsteam [UK] Ltd, Svitzer [UK] Ltd, KOTUG, Tilbury Dredging and the Port of London Authority. England, UK
    http://www.thamestugs.co.uk/
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  • The Dock Museum
    Explore the history of Barrow-in-Furness, and discover how it grew into a major ship-building force and the biggest iron and steel centre in the world. Barrow today is synonymous with shipbuilding. But this company has had many name changes, ups and downs and produced many innovative products since its launch in the late nineteenth century. From being a firm with a wide shipbuilding and engineering portfolio, able to build, engine and arm submarines, warships and also civilian vessels such as tankers and liners, the shipyard has become a one-product company. However, the submarines that it builds today are of staggering complexity. If you want to find out more about this fascinating history then come to the Dock Museum for a visit or even a guided tour (booking essential for tours). Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.dockmuseum.org.uk/
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  • The Golden Hinde
    Come and sample a taste of Tudor life on board The Golden Hinde, London's replica of Sir Francis Drakes warship offering visitors an unforgettable Living History Experience. The Golden Hinde is a full-sized reconstruction of the Tudor warship in which Sir Francis Drake circumnavigated the globe in 1577 – 1580. London, England
    http://www.goldenhinde.com/
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  • The Historic Dockyard Chatham
    Chatham Dockyard played a vital role supporting the Royal Navy for over 400 years. From the Spanish Armada to the Falklands Crisis ships built, repaired and manned from Chatham secured and maintained Britain's command of the world oceans and the global position it has today. The Historic Dockyard is a site of international maritime heritage significance. 80 acres (32 hectares) in size it has over 100 buildings and structures - the majority of which were constructed between 1704 and 1855. Chatham, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.thedockyard.co.uk/
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  • The Mary Rose
    Welcome on board Henry VIII's favourite ship. The Mary Rose is a Tudor ship, built in 1510. In service for 34 years. Sank in 1545. Discovered in 1971. Raised in 1982. Now in the final stages of conservation, she takes her place in a stunning and unique museum. Come and see The Mary Rose at our award-winning museum, located just 400 metres from the main entrance to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. H.M Naval Base, Portsmouth, England
    http://www.maryrose.org/
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  • The Nautical Archaeology Society
    The Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) wants to allow everyone to benefit from the unique and fascinating resource that is the world's maritime heritage. It was fundamentally established 'to further research in nautical archaeology and publish the results'. NAS is a UK based charity and a limited company, but it also has strong links to other organisations around the world which work together collectively to promote the cause on a global scale. NAS is dedicated to advancing education on nautical archaeology to everyone –its members, the general public and across the global archaeological sector. Portsmouth, UK
    http://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/
    (Added: Wed Nov 19 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • The Newport Ship
    The Newport Medieval Ship was discovered in the banks of the River Usk in June 2002 during construction of the Riverfront Theatre. The ship was excavated by a team of archaeologists and lifted from the ground timber by timber. Newport, South Wales, UK
    http://www.thenewportship.com/
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