The Daniel Adamson is a remarkable survivor from the steam age and a most unusual vessel. A small but incredibly powerful canal tug, she was built to tow long strings of barges laden with goods from the inland towns of Cheshire and the Potteries to the great seaport of Liverpool. She made her appearance on the Mersey at a time when old-fashioned sailing ships still jostled for space on the Liverpool waterfront with the great steamships and ocean liners of the Edwardian era. It will be sailing up the Weaver and the Manchester Ship Canal from the National Waterways Museum throughout the summer.
Provide a stewards briefing at the beginning of the shift, Ensure that stewards sign in and out, Act on outstanding issues listed in the day book, Open and/or lock up the vessel, Allocate rota to stewards and ensure comfort breaks are provided, Complete daily check list
Experience of a leadership role would be an advantage, Excellent communication skills, Good organisational skills
Number of Hours: 4-8 hours Required Mon- Sun Reports to Captain
Training and Support:
Induction, Fire Awareness, Customer Service, Health & Safety, First Aid, Food Hygiene
Benefits: Develop new and existing skills, Share skills with others and to help them develop and to preserve those skills for future generations, Educate others in the working and history of a unique working museum, Meet new people
Volunteers will be able to participate for as few or as many sessions as they wish, although it is hoped that volunteers will wish to participate on an ongoing basis