Britannia is very fortunate to be supported by so many people. Below are links to the sites of some of our friends, supporters and people that we follow ourselves:

First World War: Britain’s Surviving Vessels list Britannia is one of a few vessels surviving from the First World War National Historic Ships maintain the National Register of Historic Vessels featuring some 1,200 vessels over 50 years old that still survive today.  More than 60 of these participated in the First World War in some way.  This website has been set up to tell the stories of these maritime veterans.

Mariners Away are a group based in South Zeal near Dartmoor, they describe themselves as ‘singers of sea shanties and other songs’ and they have been hugely supportive of Britannia

National Historic Ships UK Britannia is indeed a historic ship and is one of only sixty from the 1st World War that is registered with NHS-UK

True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum is based in King’s Lynn and has a lot of information about Britannia and a wonderful model of her on display. The museum is well worth a visit if you are in the area.

Surfers Against Sewage

The Historic Dockyard Chatham

Master Ropemakers Limited

The Association for Industrial Archaeology