Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark is the world's last intact clipper sailing ship. Originally built in 1869 and intended for the tea trade, she was made redundant by the completion of Suez Canal which made steam ships more economical for this route.

So Cutty Sark earned her living, and incredible reputation for speed and beauty, in the wool trade from Australia - where the huge distances involved made sail the only practical option.

Sadly on 21 May 2007 Cutty Sark was virtually destroyed by fire in her dry dock home since the 1920s of Greenwich, London. Having become a London landmark the Cutty Sark is now being restored once again. 

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To raise funds for the restoration of Cutty Sark, we pay royalties on the sale of many of our related products, some of which incorporate some of her timber decking and Muntz metal plating. Buy today, and help fund the preservation of Cutty Sark.

In 26 April 2012 - Cutty Sark, the world’s last remaining tea clipper reopened to the public following a £50 million, 5-year restoration project. Read more...
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