Fabulous maritime tour – do join us?

Peter and Judy on board sailing barge Alice

 

Join the Kents on a tour of maritime collections from Portsmouth, across to Bristol and back to Greenwich and on to Chatham.  Everything organised, including expert guidance around our royal dockyards and ports of old, viewing the most interesting historic ships and collections – even an outing on a Thames sailing barge around Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent and, of course, The Mary Rose.

 


Artist at work

 

Peter and Judy inspecting the fleet from sailing barge Alice

 

 

Brian Lavery is offering a repeat of last year’s guided tour.  Brian is author of ‘Nelson’s Navy’ and is a curator emeritus at the National Maritime Museum.  Last year he introduced us to Britain’s maritime glories, piloting us through naval and maritime historic venues and collections in the company of enthusiasts from both sides of the pond.  We stayed at landmark hotels, dining in company at amazing venues.  Door to door transport is included.

Phone me if you need to know more, or contact Brian at lavery.maritime.tours@gmail.com.

Peter and Brian admiring the view from top of Spinnaker Tower

In the archives at Greenwich NMM

 

Phone me if you need to know more, or contact Brian at lavery.maritime.tours@gmail.com.

 

SS Great Britain in Bristol Harbour

 

Artist at work Spinnaker Tower

 

Phone me if you need to know more, or contact Brian at lavery.maritime.tours@gmail.com.

 

 

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