useful facts + excellent stories about H.M. Schooner "Pickle", carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar

H.M. Schooner "Pickle", carrying the news of the Battle of Trafalgar

“I have Urgent Dispatches”

A brief History of H M Schooner Pickle (Dec 1800 to 27 July 1808) – a ‘clever, fast schooner, coppered’. 

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Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra – The Story

Clansman arriving at Castlebay, Barra

Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra – a thoroughly professional commission, thank you all at Calmac

Today you can view “Clansman departing Castlebay, Barra” onboard ship in the main saloon of Clansman, or collect a beautiful signed copy here from page http://frickers.co.uk/prints.html See below how pleased others are with their copies!

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"Roaring Forties", Sir Robin Knox-Johnston – The Story

Robin Knox-Johnston whilst completing the first non-stop single handed circumnavigationof the world with Suhaili – 16 December 1968.

Order your  copy, signed by this superstar of yachting and Gordon Frickers, a numbered Presitige edition,

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Robin Knox- Johnston, with out doubt Britain’s most famous most distinguished living sailor,  has gone on to create a list of formidable achievements not least being 3 times voted “Yachtsman of the year” and being knighted for his public services.

He’s been at it again, age 68, Robin Knox-Johnston sailed in the Velux Five Oceans Race, racing Saga Insurance, his daily blog was  an amusing, fascinating read.

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