A look around the Cutty Sark, summer 2012.

Built in 1869 as a clipper for the China tea trade. However her construction coincided with improvements of steam ship technology and the opening of the Suez Canal, so was soon shifted to the Australian wool trade. Then to Portuguese ownership but eventually returning to Britain as a nautical training ship. Once this use had ended, was put on public display at Greenwich.

Music. Kevin MacLeod, Royalty free music, incompetech.com
Windswept, ISRC: US-UAN-11-00757

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