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You Can Make The Difference

At the core of any successful Charity are the supporters and volunteers who make everything possible. Ross Revenge is no different in this respect and we have been fortunate, for many years, to have a loyal supporter / volunteer base who have stuck with us on what can at best be described as a roller coaster ride of high's and low's.

As we move into a new era of being a recognised Registered Charity we need supporters and volunteers more than ever. The opportunties available to us being a Charity mean that achieving our objectives are now within reach.

There are many ways that you can help us reach our targets, some of which we have listed below, and of course via our Donations Page;

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GoFundMe enables our supporters to create their own fundraising campaigns where all proceeds automatically go to our Charity. From village fete's to support group meetings the only limit on what you can do ... is your imagination. We are registered with GoFundMe as MV Ross Revenge (Home of Radio Caroline) - please click the image opposite to find out more about starting your own fundraising campaign.


We are always interested in hearing from anyone who would like to join our team to assist with the restoration of Ross Revenge. We can't promise a quick response to emails, or a place on the team, but if you are interested in offering your services please drop us an email letting us know your 1) current location 2) area of expertise and 3) reasons for wanting to join us and we'll do our best to get back to you. Whether retired, or in current employment, if you have a CV please include that in your email. Please register your interest via

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We are currently seeking volunteers to assist with the ongoing Mechanical & Electrical maintenance onboard Ross Revenge. Ideally you will be from an engineering or contracting background with relevant knowledge and experience

This role is offered on an unpaid volunteer basis, and will involve spending weekends onboard the ship (Friday Evening until Sunday Afternoon) as and when required. Training on the ship's mechanical and electrical systems will be given to the successful applicants. For futher details please email :