Tenants on-site comprise marine electricians, shipwrights
and cabinet makers, marine engineers, propulsion experts, composite material repairers, a range of service agents for all marine engines, marine carpeting and fabrics and painters and superyacht-quality paint applicators.
But other shipwrights
differed with Humphreys, leaving Knox with the unenviable task of making a difficult choice in a field where he was anything but an expert.
One has completed the apprenticeship becoming one of the last shipwrights
working on the River Tees whilst the other remains in training.
It's also a way of keeping the craft of shipwrights
By contrast, a Scottish artiste might play to sodden Glasgow shipwrights
, a restrained middle class audience and a temperance rally in the same week.
Major Chatterton became a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights
in London in 1979 and was also a Freeman of the English capital.
This book is a product of over 200 interviews with shipwrights
and seamen in the Arabian Gulf and Oman over a period of nine years.
And the pope promised he would defray the costs of outfitting a dozen galleys if Venice's renowned shipwrights
would provide the hulls.
It was hand-built from the actual plans used by Belfast shipwrights
Harland and Wolff.
A hundred years later, when the shipwrights
set to restoring the grand old lady on Yorkhill Quay, residents on the now gentrified and residential riversides telephoned to complain about the racket.
As the shipwrights
of Gdansk joined the steelworkers of Nowa Huta, however , it was not certain whether this gamble would pay off.
The talented writers, architects, painters and shipwrights
have presented a bygone era in their works for the future to behold.