Overview

 Queen Galadriel Galley Area

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Queen Galadriel has a large open galley and saloon area where the long table easily seats all on board. The well equipped galley has an industrial size cooker, two domestic size fridges, a freezer and a double sink.

 

 

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A total of 16 bunks consisting of 12 bunks situated on either side of the vessel with a further 4 bunks in two separate cabins.

Each bunk has it’s own small storage area.

 

Queen Galadriel Bunks

Queen Galadriel Heads

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There are three toilet and wash areas, all have hot and cold running water. 

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The sailing staff includes a Skipper, Mate, Bosun and often a fourth hand. As well as being trained and qualified to meet or exceed current regulations, all crew are checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Queen Galadriel starts her season in Ipswich, Suffolk before heading south to operate from ports on the south coast for the summer. From here she can explore the south coast and make regular crossings to the Channel Islands and France. Queen Galadriel also competes in the Tall Ships’ Race to foreign ports and other maritime festivals.