Cutty Sark Crystal Wave 2 celebrates the rebirth of this classic ship now sitting in a crystal wave that supports and helps preserve Cutty Sark for future generations.
Cutty Sark was built in 1869 in the north east of England. Since she first sailed the seas, Cutty Sark has faced storms, war, neglect, old age and fire. She was one of the last ‘tea clippers’ to be built and one of the fastest, bringing tea from Shanghai to London.
The ship has been damaged by fire twice in recent years. Make no mistake: this ship is a survivor. She was reopened by Her Majesty The Queen in 2012 and retains around 90% of the original hull fabric with which she first launched.
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