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Group 02 The Sir Samuel Kelly Project

The Sir Samuel Kelly Project is a ‘live project’ aiming to align the design and building process for a new boat shelter with active research workshops involving ESALA and Queens University Belfast. This joint collaboration from both institutions aims to continue the historical significance of the Sir Samuel Kelly. The new shelter aims not only to reduce the corrosive processes of weathering that threaten the boat’s future, but they also aim to create a new public interpretation space for the town to raise the profile of the longer term project and display the wider maritime heritage of Donaghadee. // Download Poster

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The Sir Samuel Kelly Project is a ‘live project’ aiming to align the design and building process for a new boat shelter with active research workshops involving ESALA and Queens University Belfast. This joint collaboration from both institutions aims to continue the historical significance of the Sir Samuel Kelly.

The new shelter aims not only to reduce the corrosive processes of weathering that threaten the boat’s future, but they also aim to create a new public interpretation space for the town to raise the profile of the longer term project and display the wider maritime heritage of Donaghadee.
Posted 21 Jan 2018 15:41