Cremyll Maritime Training
The Cremyll Maritime Training is a project that builds on the strength of Lynher CIC’s experience in conserving historic vessels and transmitting the skills required to do so to the Rame Peninsula’s community and beyond.
Based in the 1899 “Impregnable Drill Shed” in Cremyll (aka the “Gymnasium”) Cremyll Maritime Training will deliver vocational training in traditional boatbuilding and seamanship skills, as well as providing support to local maritime projects through its role as the first Shipshape Hub South West, part of National Historic Ships UK.
Learn With Us
We believe that every child or adult has the potential to achieve anything she or he wishes to, the secret is believing in oneself. It is very important to expose children, young people and adults from all walks of life to practical skills and outdoor water-based adventures in order to support their personal development and instil a feeling of growing confidence and self esteem. Our range of vocational, practical and shore based courses are designed to do just that!
RYA Shore Based Courses
Our Maritime Community
The Rame Peninsula is a special place to live in, it boasts some rare nature and wildlife which thrives only in this unique habitat’s biodiversity. The people who live here are, too, unique individuals who form an outstanding community made out of artists, sailors, boatbuilders and much more talent. At Cremyll we aim to offer a conduit for our community to explore its identity whilst discovering and connecting with the local maritime heritage.
Volunteer with us
Engage with our team of friendly instructors and volunteers to help us develop transferrable skills for our community and beyond.
Throughout 2021 we will develop a set of online resources to support the work of maritime heritage grassroots organisations.
The local maritime heritage from Cremyll to Calstock and the River Lynher is rich of content to display and celebrate.
Join Us To Celebrate!
Come and celebrate with us at our first Cremyll Maritime Festival to be held at Barn Pool, Mt.Edgcumbe on 4-6 June 2021. More details will be coming soon so keep checking back for more information!
Resources that Safeguard The Future of Maritime Heritage
In these difficult times small maritime projects risk losing funds and public interest thus leading to a greater loss of maritime heritage. As a maritime hub we are creating learning resources aimed at supporting maritime projects to navigate these difficult times and build resilience to see them though and succeed.
We would love to hear from you! If you have a question or would like to discuss working together on a project, then simply fill in the form below and we will get in touch as soon as possible, alternatively, use our contact details.
01752 710052 or 07989 160950