PORTSMOUTH HISTORIC DOCKYARD
HMS Victory, seen from the stern, restored to her appearance at Trafalgar. The upper cabin was Hardy's; the lower was Nelson's.
By the wheel. Hardy's cabin is reached by walking behind where Daniel is standing. Nelson fell a few feet away; a little plaque on the quarterdeck marks the spot.
The flags were at half-mast, though I am not certain whether that is perpetual in memory of Nelson, in honor of the 200th anniversary of Trafalgar in 2005 or because the Pope had died the day before.
Victory's Trafalgar sail, spread out in a dark warehouse to be preserved.
Adam getting the crew treatment on HMS Warrior...
...and both boys at her wheel.
The Mary Rose inside the giant tank where the ship is constantly sprayed with wax to preserve her wood. You can see the labels for her decks.
Here are the boys with the king who loved Mary Rose.
This museum has the only surviving 16th century mast top in the world.