Then they must examine that it is obvious and no dimwit has decided to remain on the bridge only for the ride, and then, lastly, the Victorian equipment goes into motion. Sam and Andy say they need Lady Daphne to "stay alive" - and i knew what they imply, for when she goes quietly alongside, you are feeling the wind and listen to her creaking. Here is a photograph of Lady Daphne in St. Katharine's dock. One in every of "Lady Daphne"'s predominant claims to fame is that she once sailed herself all the way in which from the Lizard, in Cornwall, to Tresco, in the Scilly islands. Here's the Royal Naval College at Greenwich, constructed round 1700, and now one of the main buildings within the UNESCO World Heritage site "Maritime Greenwich." (Read more about that right here). Here is Andy within the foreground. It is not pushing the reality to say that this has been a labour of love for Sam and Andy. And beneath is Sam on the left, while the skipper gives us a security briefing down beneath.