Welcome to the website of an iconic piece of English heritage.
Consuta was built 119 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 final planning stage of the Thames Heritage Boat Museum ref:- 17/01465/REM is currently open for public comment.
This museum will provide a secure base with a long term future for Consuta.
If you wish to support the project go to:-
Museum application for full details.
The Trust have been awarded an HLF grant for a new boiler also including a free public exhibition at Beale Park.
For opening times:- Click here.