The Honourable Company of Master Mariners
18 November 2013
Established in 1926 and granted livery status in 1932, Master Mariners was the first ‘modern’ livery company to be welcomed into the City of London in over 200 years. By special arrangement, Commodore Angus Menzies RN leads our tour of the Company’s floating Livery Hall, HQS Wellington, the only ship surviving of those on convoy duty in the Atlantic during the Second World War. We learn about the history of the Master Mariners and view their collection of marine paintings, artefacts, and gold and silver plates.
This visit includes narrow steps and uneven surfaces. Not recommended for anyone unsteady on their feet.
This event is also taking place on 4 November 2013.
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