Shipshape Thames Estuary acts as a focal point bringing together facilities and boat building expertise in Kent, Essex, and London; knowledge and skills at Chatham and Faversham; the potential of the redundant Royal Naval Dockyard at Sheerness; the University of Greenwich, as well as a range of vessels on the National Register of Historic Vessels.

 

BROWSE PROJECTS IN THE THAMES ESTUARY REGION

Heritage Marine Foundation 

National Maritime Development Group

Northfleet Harbour Restoration Trust

Pioneer Sailing Trust

Sea-Change Sailing Trust

Standard Quay

Thames Sailing Barge Trust

Trinity Buoy Wharf 

 

THAMES ESTUARY REGION SHIPSHAPE REPRESENTATIVE

Victoria Wallworth

Email: victoria.wallworth@nationalhistoricships.org.uk

Vessels

Vega of Garth - moored

Ketch built 1965 by Gordon Armstrong Marine, Scarborough

Decima - port side view, underway, Essex.

Spritsail Barge built 1899 by Fay, J G & Son Ltd, Southampton

Alberta under sail - port side.

Oyster Smack built 1885 by Aldous & Sons, Brightlingsea

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