Cutty Sark School Book Bag
Back to school why not proudly display your love of the Cutty Sark with our Cutty Sark School Book Bag.
Our bright and colourful Cutty Sark School Book Bag features a striking design that takes its lead from the Cutty Sark explorer trail; which has been exclusively designed by British illustrator, Nina Cosford. It’s fun and funky design has been printed on to a bright blue cotton bag with racing red handles making this a perfect bag for your mini clipper fan.
Nina is a rising star in the illustration world and has been featured by Vogue, Marie Claire, and NYLON magazine to name a few.
With both the Cutty Sark and the Thermopylae sailing from Woosung on 17 June 1872, the two ships closely matched each other through the China Sea and into the Indian Ocean. By 7 August, and with a good tail wind, Cutty Sark found herself a good 400 miles ahead of Thermopylae. Then, on 15 August, disaster struck – Cutty Sark’s rudder gave way. After reconstructing the rudder twice in heavy seas, the ship arrived back at London on 19 October, around seven days after her rival. The courage and determination of Captain Moodie and his crew won Cutty Sark great credit, but Moodie retired from his command of the ship due to stress. The ship was never to get this close to winning the tea race again.
Available in sizes ages 5 - 10.
This T-shirt is exclusive to Royal Museums Greenwich and is part of our RMG Exclusives.
Measurements: W 9" x H 9.5" or W 23 x H 24 cm
Material: 100% Cotton
Washable: Hand Wash Only
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