HMS Mary Rose (1509)  (1st)
Ship 60-gun

This the first ship to carry the name HMS Mary Rose was a 60-gun, ship.

Built at Portsmouth 1509 and of 500 tons builders measurement (bm).

Rebuilt 1536 as 700 tons bm.

Capsized 20-Jul-1547 while going into action against the French off the Isle of Wight.

Wreck located and later raised 11-Oct-1982 for preservation.

Currently in a temporary ship hall at the Royal Navy Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth. Able to be viewed through a glass viewing deck while being continuously sprayed as part of work to preserve the remaining timbers. A nearby museum building exhibits many of the thousands of artefacts recovered from the wreck and surrounding seabed.


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This page last edited - 21 February, 2013.

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