Arctic Corsair (Hull) Reviews
Description:Museum and exhibition housed on an old Arctic fishing trawler.
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by - written on 01/09/11 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Although, after several unpleasant nautical experiences I am now a confirmed landlubber, I still have an interest in maritime matters, especially those connected with the Arctic so a tour of the Arctic Corsair, the last sidewinder fishing trawler to work out of Hull, was, naturally, an appealing prospect for me. The Arctic Corsair was built in 1960 and it fished until 1988. She's had an incident packed history; in 1967 she collided off the coast of Scotland with the Irish collier Olive and as she made her way to Wick for repairs, was beached. Of course she was repaired and refloated and continued to make more tough trips. In 1973 the Arctic Corsair broke the ... Read the complete review
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