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The Hound of the Baskervilles 2018 The 2-6 Heavers and Thames Valley Branches of The Jubilee Sailing Trust invites you to lunch and see the amazing performance of The Hound of the Baskervilles, at The Mill at Sonning, on Saturday 17th March 2018. For those who love to watch mysterious live performances then this is […]

July 6, 2017
We’re ever grateful to our fantastic supporters who fundraise for the JST, and wanted to say a particular thanks to Philip Hamlin, Harold Stone and their friends in Somerset. Many of you will know “Phil the foot” as a Watch Leader on our ships, and firstly we must send our best wishes as Phil recently […]

June 27, 2017
Congratulations Ruth Padday… BEM! Dr Ruth Padday BEM, who has been a partner at the Hedge End Medical Centre for almost 25 years, has been formally recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2017 for her exceptional service to youth and health care. Ruth was nominated for her contributions to the following charities and not-for-profit businesses, […]

June 6, 2017
You could join the JST on a Cadetship, generously funded by Trinity House. This incredible opportunity not only offers tall ship sailing experience, but these are the only tall ships in the world that are wheelchair accessible. This makes a JST voyage like no other. With a diverse mixed-ability crew on each journey, you are bound […]

Click here to donate Help us fund vital maintenance work on Tenacious, which is critical to the Jubilee Sailing Trust’s ability to continue delivering amazing experiences. The JST is regulated by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), and quite rightly prides itself on the very high standard of safety that is required in order to […]

May 31, 2017
As we waited for Lord Nelson to open its gangway on the quayside in St Helier, there was a mixture of nerves and excitement among 38 total strangers all waiting to board this magnificent vessel and live together in close quarters for the next 4 days. Then in a flash, the ship which was peacefully […]

May 31, 2017
Travel Logs of Scottie on a learning journey The original ask of if I required a challenge I was good enough to partake in, happened at headway Jersey. I was both intrigued and driven to prove I am worth the effort of others to have kept me alive and stare in wonder over 2 years […]

May 20, 2017
Day 18 What a day! After being banished from New Zealand we made our way to our permitted area in the Tasman Bay outside the territorial waters to wait out the storm that we had been avoiding most of the voyage. On the way Gabe did a bit of fishing and caught three barracuda and […]

May 17, 2017
LN924 Cardiff – Bristol Log – 14th – 17th May 2017 AP Watch by Alison Cant It’s been a fascinating trip, not least from the amount of nautical and sailing information, and training shared by the permanent crew, but the amazing people who have been a part of this voyage. Day one consisted of a […]

May 11, 2017
Forward starboard blog 10th-11th May 2017 Aboard the Lord Nelson, after a quiet morning shift in the sunshine and a glorious antipasti style lunch out on deck, it was finally time to hoist the sails (despite the lack of wind!). We were living in keen anticipation of the wind increasing late in the day. A […]

May 10, 2017
Life at sea on board the STS Lord Nelson, From the viewpoint of the Aft Port Watch We joined the ship on Tuesday 9th May in Liverpool at 10am and met our watchleader Maria O’Sullivan. The sun was shining, the weather was warm and the Mersey was very calm. We were introduced to the captain […]

April 28, 2017
As Lord Nelson approached Isle of Man on voyage LN920, after battling through some tough weather and defying the odds to reach their destination on time, Annette and Genevieve took some time on board to reflect on their voyage – in the form of these brilliant poems! We navi-circum-gated, While the winds blew unabated. We’ll […]

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