The story of this summer’s Cambria charter – beer from Maldon and aggregate to Ipswich

Those with access to Facebook may well have read the reports sent regularly from Cambria about the current charter by Sea Change Sailing Trust.   Matt Care has reposted many of them on the Cambria’s own website, and occasional articles have appeared in newspapers.    What makes this charter so special then?   Well because of what the Sea Change trainees and the crew have been doing:  they’ve delivered Captain Bob ale from the brewery in Maldon to various riverside pubs in the first half;  and then re-enacted Cambria’s last voyage in trade by loading a cargo at Tilbury Docks and taking it up to Ipswich.

Now the skipper for the charter, Richard Titchener, has written an article for the Ipswich Maritime Trust in which he tells us all about the charter.   It’s well worth a read, click here.

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Posted on 05/09/2012, in sb Cambria, Sea Change Sailing Trust and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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