|The only boats to pass us where flying their spinnakers.|
|Nelson's ship the Victory is the major attraction here. Only about 20% of the ship is still original, but all replacements are identical to the original.|
|Son James boards Victory.|
|The spot where Nelson fell is marked on the deck.|
|Nelson, a one eyed, one armed hero.|
King Henry the VIII's warship the "Mary Rose" is in the latter stages of preservation. It sank off of Postsmouth and was found in a very good condition due to having been covered in mud. It allows us to understand the conditions on ships of that era.
|Bronze cannon stood up well underwater.|
|In about 2 years the drying process will be complete and the duct-works removed.|
|The ships dog.|
|The "Crow's Nest".|
After a hard day of sightseeing we have dinner at the Haslar Marina, where we are staying.
|A converted Lighthouse Ship serves as the marina's restaurant.|
|The lasagna dinner came with french fries (aka chips) and coleslaw. British cuisine.|