The Consuta Trust

Welcome to the website of an iconic piece of English heritage. Consuta was built 120 years ago to carry rowing umpires at the Henley Royal Regatta. Her revolutionary design made her builder, Sam Saunders of Goring-on-Thames, one of the pioneers of high speed sea and aircraft at the beginning of the 20th century.

The Trust have been awarded an HLF grant:- Click here for details and to view the project work Calendar.
The Trust require a part time Project Assistant, if interested, click here for full details. We aim to fill this appointment before the end of October.

Great news - the Thames Heritage Boat Museum now has full planning approval. This museum will provide a secure all weather base for Consuta with a long term future. For latest museum news, click:- Museum.

Sad news - Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal our trust patron died 18th June aged 94. Euan was a keen supporter of the UK's maritime heritage and was responsible for saving and returning the SS Great Britain to Bristol from the Falklands. More about Lord Strathcona:- SBA website.