Visit the Land, Sea and Sky gallery at the Ulster Transport Museum and take a voyage back in time with the last Ulster schooner Result.
The Result was built in Carrickfergus Shipyard, County Antrim, for the coastal cargo trade. She is the last Ulster built ship left, out of the hundreds of small sailing ships that plied their trade around the coasts of Britain and Ireland; and were once of such importance to coastal communities.
Follow her journey through the decades in our new exhibition and discover more about her life as a Q-ship in the First World War fighting German submarines, her starring role on the silver screen and her final voyage to where she now sits overlooking Belfast Lough.
If you would like to find out more go to the The Schooner Result Collection Highlight page.