Lovely to see and learn of the history. Great photo opportunities! Great tourist attraction! Lovely ship!
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This replica ship is very well made and could easily be the real thing. It is small, as they were often in those days, and because it is as true to the real thing access is difficult for some. I would suggest that if you are an older person with some mobility issues, care should be taken before attempting to... More
What a gem. More than reasonable replica that gives a great experience of what life on board during the age of sail would have been like. You can crawl everywhere but not up the rigging.Drive-up, pay your money to the helpful fellow and spend forty minutes thanking your luck stars for refrigeration, jet fuel, and deodorant. Whilst in the area,... More
It is a wonderful insight into the lives of the sailors who lived and worked in such cramped quarters so long ago. I have been over the replica of the Endeavour, and although similar, it is worth the entry fee. The audio guide allows you to move through the brig at your own pace, which I found terrific as I... More
Quite an achievement to build this replica. It does not bear thinking about travelling in this Brig. You really need to listen to the personal audio guide. This means stopping at many points throughout the brig and listening to the story .
The audio aids are imaginatively created to provide a real perspective on the on board conditions on this voyage to form the first WA settlement. Worth a detour.
We climbed all over the Amity, some of the places were quite small and being not really good with ladders and steps I thought I might struggle with some of the steps but did not have a problem with any of them. We were also provided with a mobile commentary which gave us the history of the brig. Worth having... More
A great replica of the Brig Amity, you wonder how they sailed where they did, brave men in those days. Allow half an hour if its not busy. Worth a look !
The Brig Amity was a really good replica. We loved exploring it especially the lower decks where the ceilings were low and it gave a real insight to the way people had to live on these boats. Don't bother with the audio-guide - just talk to the friendly custodian who is knowledgeable and keen to share what he knows. It... More
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