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Many of the buildings being renovated will be used by people from the Americas Cup as well as the ACBDA team, but after that, they will be available to locals.
We always wanted Dockyard to be a vibrant, 24/7 place and hopefully these developments will go some way towards that ambition.
Other files on Bermuda by this author relating to military matters and civil aviation include Airlines serving Bermuda - American Bases in Bermuda from 1941 to 1995 - Bermuda Aviation History Pioneers Civilian and Military - Bermuda International Airport.2017. Renovations to Dockyards historic Moresby House have been completed.
The building was constructed in 1899 as the residence of the Office-in-Charge of Works.
Once the renovations, which include a complete interior restoration including additional bathrooms and layout improvements, have been completed, first use will go to the ACBDA until the end of the Americas Cup.
The Spar Lane Apartments are being given a new lease of life and once work is finished they will again be used as homes.
I am extremely pleased with the work the contractors have done in such a short space of time, the One Bermuda Alliance MP said yesterday.
To think that I was here only a few months ago touring a dilapidated building and now to see it today is truly amazing.
Craig Cannonier, Minister of Public Works, said the remarkable restoration was a fitting tribute to the buildings history.
4540, for work on the navy schooners Dispatch and Advice; and draught no.
4541, for supplementing the building of the Dispatch and Advice.
Cedar was plentiful then and unlike oak, from which many of the larger ships were made in the United Kingdom, did not require seasoning.
One such Bermuda-built schooner established her own special claim to fame in 1805.
We have to continually invest and reinvent ourselves to keep us ahead of the competition. As it looks today, a far cry from its original purpose dating back to 1795 as a fortified Royal Navy Dockyard following Britain's defeat by the USA in the 1776 to 1783 American Revolution. With the Militia Act 1794 and the end of the American War of Independence, Bermuda began to assume an importance to the Admiralty that would see it become the base of the North America and West Indies Squadron, and the site of the only full Naval dockyard West of Portsmouth, England except for Halifax in Nova Scotia and of possibly more strategic importance in the event of invasion of Canada by the USA.