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Port Werburgh

'The Black Pig' spent 18 months in Port Werburgh at Hoo on the tidal River medway before travelling to her permanent mooring midstream on the Thames in London.

Port Werburgh proved an ideal location for to carry out the bulk of the difficult and heavy tasks involved in converting her from a commercial vessel into a family home, with easy access for getting all the building supplies on board

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Captain Pugwash lives!

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Port Werburgh viewed from the wheelhouse of 'The Black Pig'

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'She who must be obeyed' and the famous Port Werburgh mud

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