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The Foudroyant the only surviving Royal Navy frigate from the Napoleonic era being move

The Foudroyant the only surviving Royal Navy frigate from the Napoleonic era being move


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The Foudroyant the only surviving Royal Navy frigate from the Napoleonic era being move

The Foudroyant the only surviving Royal Navy frigate from the Napoleonic era being move into her berth after arriving at the former Shell Teesport berth on Goliath Pacific semi submersible barge which had carried her all the way from Portsmouth. The Foudroyant will be moved to Hartlepool where she will be restored by the same team that restored HMS Warrior the Royal Navys first ironclad ship. 27th July 1987

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The Foudroyant, the majestic Royal Navy frigate from the Napoleonic era, gracefully glides into her new berth at the former Shell Teesport on a remarkable journey. Transported by the mighty Goliath Pacific semi-submersible barge all the way from Portsmouth, this historic vessel has finally found its temporary home in Cleveland. Captured in this print taken on 27th July 1987, The Foudroyant stands as a testament to naval history and resilience. With her masts reaching for the sky and sails billowing in the wind, she exudes an aura of grandeur that transports us back to a time long gone. But this is not where her story ends. Soon after settling into Teesside, The Foudroyant will embark on another chapter of restoration under the skilled hands of the same team that breathed life back into HMS Warrior –the Royal Navy's first ironclad ship. As we gaze upon this snapshot frozen in time, we are reminded of both our maritime heritage and human determination to preserve it. This image encapsulates not only a physical relocation but also symbolizes hope for future generations to experience firsthand what it was like to sail aboard such magnificent vessels. Let us celebrate these unsung heroes who dedicate their lives to conserving our seafaring past while inspiring countless others with tales of adventure upon these storied waters.

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