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M33 is the last surviving Monitor class ship. How it got through so many actions without anyone on board being killed or without the ship being sunk is incredible. It is the first ship I have ever seen with a capflap for the ship's cat!...More
We bought an annual ticket to Portsmouth Dockyard (some good deals available!) and have visited most of the main attractions, but hadn’t been on M33. To be honest, it looked a bit small and uninteresting. However, we had half an hour to spare so thought...More
Our family only found out very recently, while my brother was researching our Grandad's war medals that were stolen, that my mum's dad served on this ship at the Battle of Gallipoli.
We visited at the weekend with our mum which was emotionalin itself and...More
How on earth did sailors love and work in such a wretched environment. Bare steel work - freezing in winter; boiling in summer - flat bottomed boat rolling around in the Dardanelles, or in the North of Russia - and at constant risk of being...More
M33 is the only remaining Monitor ship from the Gallipoli Campaign of the first world war. It was only built to last for weeks but is still with us. It has been altered and had many uses over the years but has now been preserved...More