Have you ever wondered why a ship is called she? This poem has the answer. Please don't take offence at any of lines in the poem as it was likely written over 150 years ago in different times. The poem is attributed to an 'unknown' Irish humourist but there is maybe a little truth in some of the lines!

 

Print taken from a hand-stitched original on a vintage navigation chart (this is a print not an original stitching).

 

A5 greetings card printed on 320gsm textured card with a white 100gsm envelope.

 

This card is blank inside for your own message. 

 

This card is designed and printed in the UK.

 

Cards are packaged in a cello bag and a 'do not bend' envelope to keep it as safe as possible and sent Royal Mail 1st Class.

 

Colours may vary slightly according to your monitor.

 

I also offer a “Send Direct” service, where I will write the card of your choice and post it on to the recipient on your behalf. Great if you are running short on time and saves a trip to the post office too. Simply purchase your choice of card along with Send Direct - make sure you change the delivery address to that of the recipient, and you include your personal message.

 

Why is a ship called she? Card, A5

SKU: NS-SS-001
£3.50Price