Mary Rose

On 19 July 1545, Henry VIII’s flagship Mary Rose sank, for reasons that are still not fully understood, just a few hundred yards from Portsmouth harbour.

Over 400 years later her hull was rediscovered, buried in thick Solent mud and remarkably well-preserved - so well in fact that in 1982 it was possible to raise her from the seabed. She is now on display at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and, together with the smaller items found inside her, provides a unique insight into the life of the Tudor seaman.

Guided by the Mary Rose Trust, we have re-created some of the more intriguing artefacts and donate a royalty from each sale towards the ship’s preservation. All items are gift-boxed with history leaflet and usage information.

Showing 1 to 5 of 5 products.

Showing 1 to 5 of 5 products.

Tue, 27th September 2016
Feefo logo
Bookmark and Share
Delivery Information
Coast Long Range Torch
Huge Savings Whilst Stocks Last
Close
Sign Up for our Email Newsletter

If you would like us to send e-mails about special offers, new products and other Nauticalia news, some exclusive to the Internet, please complete the form below.
* fields are mandatory


To stop receiving such e-mails, please send an e-mail to: unsubscribe@nauticalia.com
Loading...

Loading ....