Hats off to Sim!
Posted on March 18, 2017 Leave a Comment
Sim Comfort’s eclectic treasure trove of coins, medals, paintings, swords and other naval items has been built up over many decades. An American by birth, Sim joined the US Navy at age 18. The US Naval Security Group sent him to Guam and later to London, where the National Maritime Museum sparked a life-long love […]
Chatham: World’s Most Complete Age of Sail Dockyard
Posted on February 7, 2017 6 Comments
Over the years I’ve toured over the Chatham Historic Dockyard quite a number of times. Shortly to reopen after its winter closure the dockyard is well worth a visit. There are seven main attractions – Command of the Ocean exhibition; Three Historic Warships (HMS Cavalier, HMS Garnet and HM Submarine Ocelot); the Victorian Ropery; RNLI […]
Team Stockwin on Air Tomorrow!
Posted on March 18, 2014 6 Comments
[To leave a comment or reply go to box at the end of the page] Recently, I received an email from a gentleman in Tennessee called Joe Young. Mr. Stockwin, I’m delighted to have found your work. My wife picked up a copy of Kydd in Nashville for my birthday. I have run up the […]