Upcoming Events

Trips on Maud are for associate members of WMT only. See How to Join.


Associate membership of WMT confers the right to sail on Maud, subject to availability. There is no additional charge for trips but donations are invited and form a significant part of the Trust’s income.
Viewings and demonstrations are open to the public and there is no charge. We hope that those attending will enjoy the event and donate generously to support the aims of the Trust.


2017

DAY

DATE

DETAILS

SAT 17 June Sail to Acle Bridge am. Open to public pm.
SUN 18 June From Acle across Breydon to Hardley.
SAT 24 June Midsummer Frolic at Hardley Mill. BBQ, Bar, Music & (with a bit of luck) sunset.  7pm onwards with free admission.
Fri 30 June Day sail from Hardley to Beccles.
Sat/Sun 1/2 July 11-5   Beccles Charter. Viewing of Maud and other historic vessels.
Maud’s crew give lifting demonstrations.
Sat/Sun 8/9 July From Beccles to St Olaves.
Sat/Sun 15/16 July From St Olaves to Hardley.
Fri 21 July From Hardley to Surlingham.
Sat 22 July Surlingham, moored at Ferry House during day with possible short trip(s) and demonstrations of loading a wherry in the traditional way using the mast.
Sun 23 July Surlingham, moored at Ferry house during the day with onward trip to Thorpe St Andrew in the evening.
Tues or Weds 25 or 26 July Evening sail from Thorpe St Andrew and return.
Fri 28 July Private event at Thorpe St Andrew.
Sat 29 July From previous mooring to Hardley.
Sat 5 Aug From Hardley to Loddon. Viewing etc. More details to follow. Return to Hardley at end of day.
Sun 6 Aug From Loddon to Burgh Castle for lift out.
During September Opportunity for members to visit Maud at Burgh Castle to see work in progress.
End Sept/early Oct Burgh Castle to Acle Bridge.
Date to be arranged Oct Welcome Home Maud viewing at Womack for associate members.
Sat 21 Oct Last sail of season. From/to Womack.
Sat 18 Nov Archive meeting at Acle with tea & cakes.
ALL TRIPS ARE SUBJECT TO
AVAILABILITY OF SKIPPERS BUT WE WORK TO ENSURE CANCELLATIONS ARE RARE.

 

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