The Humber Keel & Sloop Preservation Society is a registered charity No 503747.
LATEST NEWS This years AGM will be Saturday 17th March 13:30 at the Waters Edge Park, Barton upon Humber. DN18 5JR.
Members and prospective members are welcome, there will be a talk by Mr Lawrie Elms after the official meeting.
Thank you for the continued support to all our members and friends. Your input is a valuable tool to ensure the progress of the society and ensure the future of our vessels. If any member, or perspective member feels that they could help with the society in terms of its publicity, promotional events, fund raising or can help with maintenance and crewing of our vessels please use the contact facility to get in touch with our chairman.
Our two vessels are of a type that was once a familiar sight in the docks of Hull and on the river’s Humber, Trent and Ouse. It is with these type of sailing barge that produce and raw materials was transported throughout our region from the 12th century. It is the Societies aim to preserve them in as near to original working condition as possible while being able to demonstrate their sailing ability out on the river with up to 12 passenger to enjoy the experience.
In due course we will publish our suggested sailing dates for 2018.
Two Keels on the Humber – COMRADE and DAYBREAK sailing together in September 2014
VISIT OUR SHIPS
COMRADE and AMY HOWSON are now based in the marina at Hull where all of our seasons usual sailings will start and finish.
Volunteers are welcome to help prepare and maintain Amy Howson and Comrade during their sailing season. call Kieth on 01482 782917 for details.
AMY HOWSON & COMRADE – Hull Marina.