She was Henry VIII's flagship raised from the water after 437 seven years. But, today, she remains out of public view although, possibly, not for long.
The charity behind the Mary Rose Museum is £35,000 short of what it needs to complete the project to put the Tudor vessel - and thousands of artefacts - under the same roof for the first time. Kerry Swain has more and speaks to Robert Lapraik from the Mary Rose Trust.
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