After the Ross Revenge was salvaged from the Goodwin Sands, she was taken to Dover Harbour. The Caroline Organisation began work to restore the ship, whilst negotiations took place to free the ship and move to a cheaper mooring. Whilst the Ross was in the harbour she made Caroline history by getting a licence from the Radio Authority and broadcasting legally.

These are my photographs from a visit to the Ross in Dover at Easter (April 10th) 1993.

 

 

 

As we went through the harbour gats we got our first glimpse of the ship. The ship was in a very bad condition. although by this time the bridge had a new coat of paint

 

 

             

 

Driving around to the Ross, we note that there are some other vistors on board