Just to prove…..

Just to prove we do occasionally do some work when we’re swanning about aboard the barge, here’s quite a nice picture of us moving the barge from one side of Gravesend pontoon to the other. Last Sunday strong winds and bad weather had meant that the barge, returning from charter under Skipper Ian Ruffles had had to be brought in to the outside of the pontoon rather than attempting the more difficult manouvre of either the ‘S-bend’... Read More

Back home again

Cambria from the waterline; Picture by Jason Arthur Hi, one and all. I am back now at home after spending a nice few nights aboard Cambria on my ‘holidays’. I will post properly tomorrow but for now let me welcome aboard a new friend, one Jason Arthur who is a resident of Gravesend and an enthusiast for all things ‘shipping’. He spends his leisure time wandering around with some good camera kit and was all over Cambria like... Read More

September Charters

Today’s picture of Cambria battling through mountainous seas and lashed by a Force 8 comes from the lens of Phillip Barnes-Warden. Thank you for that, Phillip. The Barnes Warden family have made a very generous bequest to the Cambria Trust in the name of a recently departed, barge-related family member. I have added their name to the list of Sponsors under the ‘Funding’ tab. If you are aware of any other sponsors or donors who are... Read More