Museum Ships Series V: HMS Implacable

"Never Again." Frank Carr, World Ship Trust  The Sunken Museum Ship The fifth ship in the Museum Ships Series is the former HMS Implacable. Although never formally placed on display to the public as a museum ship, the attempts were made to preserve Implacable as a museum ship. Just like the Implacable lost to the HMS Victory as the Dugay-Trouin … Continue reading Museum Ships Series V: HMS Implacable

Museum Ships Series I.V: A Tale of Two Ships

A Tale of Two Ships: The Falls of Clyde and the Peking When I had begun the Museum Ships Series on this blog, the goal was to discuss museum ships that had failed and the reasons for their failure. This post is decidedly much more positive, as it is going to discuss the recent success in the … Continue reading Museum Ships Series I.V: A Tale of Two Ships

Museum Ships Series I: The Falls of Clyde

Introduction To Museum Ships Series One of the reasons that I started this blog is that I wanted to discuss museum ships and the preservation issues inherent with them. Namely, I began this writing venture with the desire to write a series of case studies on museum ships that have failed and discuss why they … Continue reading Museum Ships Series I: The Falls of Clyde