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A great 'foil' to the stature of both Victry & Warrior this little workhouse the M33 show what like was like for oridnary 'tars' during Galipoli and WW1. The starkness of the interior really brings home the hardships of being a sailor 100 years ago.
Somewhat more modern than the more famous ships in the Historic Dockyard, HMS M.33 is one of only 3 surviving ships from the first world war.
There is a short video, telling of the story of M.33 and the Gallipoli campaign of 1915-16. It's been...More
I have visited the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth more times than I would be able to count. However, for some unknown reason, I had never been aboard HMS M33 until my latest visit. Now, I can only feel that I have been missing something really...More
This is a small ship compared to the other ships in the historic dockyard but well worth going to. You get to walk through the ship and look around a bit, but the most moving part is in the cinema area. It really brings the...More
We almost missed this little ship down in its dock and probably wouldn’t have bothered to go onto it if another visitor hadn’t pointed it out to us. My husband eyes lit up when he saw it so on we went, I thought it would...More
One of the few remaining ships of this type, not built to last, it is a reminder of the tough life of a sailor on board a rather small ship. Designed for close-in support, it did spend time near Turkey during WWI.