Take a fresh look at the sea

Riley, Stephen
July 2005
Interpretation Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p4
Explores how the SeaBritain 2005 initiative is set to raise awareness of the sea and how it affects lives in Great Britain. Role of the campaign in raising awareness on how the sea has shaped the British culture; Bicentenary celebration of the Battle of Trafalgar and the death at the moment of victory of Admiral Lord Nelson, Great Britain’s greatest naval hero; Role of the National Maritime Museum in leading the initiative; Reputation of Great Britain as having the largest collection of historic marine craft; Adoption of the sea as a prime promotional theme for domestic and international tourism.


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