The Jubilee Sailing Trust has been “Changing Lives” since becoming a registered charity in 1978. Through the extraordinary vision of a dedicated group of people to make a dream a reality, the Jubilee Sailing Trust regularly takes both disabled and able bodied people to sea on two square rigged sailing ships in the fleet, Lord Nelson and Tenacious.
The Jubilee Sailing Trust brings together disabled and able bodied crew members, accepting all degrees of disability including wheelchair users, visually or hearing impaired, stroke victims and more recently regularly welcoming Help for Heroes military veterans.
Having recently updated the general audio broadcast systems on the ‘Lord Nelson’ ship a similar upgrade is about to occur with ‘Tenacious’ on its return to port. Using a number of Cloud paging microphones, with automatic messaging functionality, the audio broadcast system is an essential tool for keeping ships’ crews informed of daily routines and emergency situations requiring attention.
Cloud Electronics is delighted to be able to support the forthcoming upgrade to the general audio broadcast system for ‘Tenacious’, having also supported a recent upgrade to the system for ‘Lord Nelson’.
Simon Curtis, Managing Director for Cloud Electronics Ltd commented “It’s really an honour to be involved with both projects. The work the Jubilee Sailing Trust do alongside our Armed Forces charities to help rehabilitate our recovering injured servicemen is particularly commendable and long may it continue”.
Both ‘Lord Nelson’ and ‘Tenacious’ are currently at sea, the ships can be tracked on the Jubilee Sailing Trust website;
If you’d like to get involved with the Jubilee Sailing Trust Charity further information can be found on the website at http://www.jst.org.uk