Glenlee Tall Ship

The cargo vessel SV Glenlee was launched at Port Glasgow in 1896 and changed ownership several times before finally becoming The Galatea, a training ship for the Royal Spanish Navy. Now fully restored to its former glory by the Clyde Maratime Trust, the vessel now tells the story of the ship, the men who sailed in her and of shipbuilding on the Clyde.

Copyright: Peter stark
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Uploaded: 17/05/2009
Updated: 25/09/2014


Tags: sv glenlee; clyde; historic vessel
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