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Souvenirs & Mail Order

HMS Trincomalee also features a recently expanded "ShipShop" with a good range of gifts and souvenirs to purchase as a memento of your visit to the Ship. All profits from the Trust’s ShipShop are ploughed back to help support the conservation of the Ship.

You will find many items with the Trincomalee branding, including books, prints, clothing, mugs and badges etc, together with small ornaments, made from the original teak that had to be removed from the Ship during the restoration, which have been beautifully hand-carved and come with a certificate of authenticity. Buy now as there is not a lot of this timber still available!

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The "Ship Shop" sells a wide variety of high quality and reasonably priced goods, from clothing and gifts to replica nautical items, stationary items, books, models and DVDs.Noted naval historian Professor Andrew Lambert's definitive book and professionally framed art prints are two of the more special items on sale in the "Ship Shop".A speciality of the shop is a selection of hand-crafted items made from the original 1817 teak of the ship that had ot be removed during restoration - however, with the ship still containing 60% of her original wood, there wasn't that much to remove, so these highly collectable items are in short supply, and once they're gone, that's it!Souvenirs to suit all pockets and people can be found in the "Ship Shop".
  • The "Ship Shop" sells a wide variety of high quality and reasonably priced goods, from clothing and gifts to replica nautical items, stationary items, books, models and DVDs.
  • Noted naval historian Professor Andrew Lambert's definitive book and professionally framed art prints are two of the more special items on sale in the "Ship Shop".
  • A speciality of the shop is a selection of hand-crafted items made from the original 1817 teak of the ship that had ot be removed during restoration - however, with the ship still containing 60% of her original wood, there wasn't that much to remove, so these highly collectable items are in short supply, and once they're gone, that's it!
  • Souvenirs to suit all pockets and people can be found in the "Ship Shop".

Mail Order

The Trust now has a mail order sales list to enable you to order many of our items by post, a copy of which is available below.  Alternatively, please call for a copy of our attractive leaflet "Gifts Ahoy", which lists all the items.

Please call the Ship Shop on 01429 223 193 to order goods and make/arrange payment

HMS Trincomalee 1817 Mail Order Sales List (requires Acrobat Reader - this file should open automatically on most PCs but if you need to please click here for a free copy)

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