From Our Editors
Take a fascinating journey through Britain’s epic story of the Royal Navy and its rich maritime heritage set in an authentically-created historic quayside of the 1800’s. the first view will be the massive masts of HMS Trincomalee, the oldest warship still afloat in the UK and the jewel in the historic quayside of Hartlepool. She was built in India in 1817 and one of Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson’s last commissioned frigates. See how the hardy sailors of the day lived, from the plush Captain’s quarters to the rope making store below deck. Soak up the atmosphere of 19th century life while making a way around the recreated seaport. From guns, swords and tailors to printers, brewers and instrument makers, discover the different tradesmen who lived and worked in the bustling market quayside.