Shipwright

The purpose of a Shipwright working is to maintain, repair and restore the historic ships mostly working on the wooden parts, such as, external hull and deck planking, structural beams…

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Conservator

Conservators ensure the physical material of the ships and objects in the collection can be protected from degradation. This includes preventive conservation techniques, such as monitoring environmental conditions, insect activity…

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Rigger

The purpose of a rigger on historic ships is to maintain their masts, yards and rigging, so they are safe, accurate and preserved for future generations. Riggers work as part…

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Lead Technician

There are three elements of the role as a lead technician in a harbour.  The Lead Technician looks after the infrastructure of the harbour, manages the workshop team, and ensures…

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Ranger

The role of a ranger is dependent on the environment you are responsible for, different habitats require different approaches of management and face different pressures. Beautiful natural places attract lots…

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Apprentice Shipwright

The purpose of the apprentice boatbuilder role is to develop skills in all areas of boatbuilding including vessel construction, electrical fit-out, engineering, servicing and repair.   This is an entry…

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