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October 26, 2013
The British accessible tall ship, Lord Nelson, operated by the Jubilee Sailing Trust received a warm welcome when she arrived in the City of Sails as part of the inaugural Auckland Tall Ships Festival on Friday. Among the crowds gathered to greet the 55-metre square-rigger when she came alongside at Queens Wharf West at 1500 […]

October 10, 2013
Accessible tall ship Lord Nelson has set sail from Sydney Harbour bound for Auckland, New Zealand, at the end of a highly successful inaugural visit to Australia. The 55-metre square rigged vessel, owned by UK charity, the Jubilee Sailing Trust, is crewed by disabled and able bodied people alike, thanks to simple but effective features […]

October 6, 2013
Unique British tall ship, Lord Nelson, owned by Southampton-based charity, the Jubilee Sailing Trust, represented the nation’s tall ship fleet at the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review in Sydney Harbour yesterday. The invitation to take part in this weekend’s centenary celebrations for the Royal Australian Navy, attended by HRH Prince Harry, was the catalyst […]

September 14, 2013
British tall ship, Lord Nelson, has set sail from Williamstown, Victoria, bound for Hobart, Tasmania, after taking part in the week-long Melbourne International Tall Ships Festival. The unique 55-metre square rigger, which is one of only two ships in the world accessible to disabled and able bodied sailors, took centre stage at the event along […]

August 9, 2013
The accessible 55-metre square rigger, operated by UK charity, the Jubilee Sailing Trust, was designed and built to be sailed by disabled and able bodied crew. Tomorrow she will be transformed into a pirate ship for a visit by the children from Lady Lawley Cottage by the Sea, Cottesloe. Among those joining the mini pirates […]

July 25, 2013
Our first story from Be Inspired comes from Jimmy who travelled on the recent Kochi voyage in India aboard Lord Nelson… How many times have you walked passed a blind person or someone in a wheelchair and felt a pang of sympathy? How many times has this made you think about doing something to help […]

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