International meeting of European Maritime Heritage (EMH) in conjunction with The Maritime Heritage Trust in co-operation with National Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
Includes on Saturday 7 April a seminar session on European and UK approaches to historic ship operation and conservation, MHT's own annual meeting and a behind the scenes visit to the International Boatbuilding Training College.
EMH sessions on Sunday 8 April open to all delegates.
The Delegate Fee covers attending the seminar sessions on 7 April, the hot buffet fork lunch and free admission to the National Museum of the Royal Navy attractions in the Historic Dockyard, including vessels moored on the pontoon adjoining Boathouse 4. No fee payable for 8 April
Admission to the Mary Rose, which is not included, will be available to delegates at the discounted rate of £12.75 for adults and £11.05 for Senior Citizens.
All delegates need to book and pay for themselves, with those entitled to a refund reclaiming this.
Hartlepool: HMS Trincomalee and Guided Tour:
Friends visit, with guided maritime history tour, including Trincomalee, Britain’s oldest floating warship (1817), records and exhibits of local shipbuilding history and preserved vessels including paddle steamer Wingfield Castle and Coronia, a Dunkirk Little Ship.