Find out how our Trustee Conrad Humphreys survived the epic re-creation of the voyage by Captain Bligh and a handful of loyal men who were forced into a tiny open boat and left to die. Instead they managed to navigate 4000 miles to safety, through some of the world’s most remote and unforgiving seas. It remains one of the greatest survival feats in British history.
Come along to one of Conrad’s talks:
27th March 2017: University of Exeter, Alumni Auditorium, Forum, Streatham Campus REGISTER
29th March 2017: Plymouth University, Sherwell Building, Plymouth REGISTER
3rd April 2017: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London (open to Fellows and members + one guest) REGISTER
17th May 2017: The Clothworkers’ Hall, City of London (open to RGS-IBG members + one guest) REGISTER
22nd Sept 2017: Mount Kelly, Tavistock, Devon – registration details not yet available