Philanthropy | For Goodness’ Sake

A marine chronometer is sold in support of aircraft heritage

Bremont’s co-founder on a chronometer to save iconic aircraft:

A marine chronometer is sold in support of aircraft heritage

June 20 2011
Sibéal Pounder

“The marine chronometer was invented in 1735 for the Royal Navy. Proceeds from this marine chronometer will benefit the Fly Navy Heritage Trust, which is working to raise £10m to protect the Royal Navy’s iconic collection of vintage aircraft. We are very keen to help in any way to keep its beautiful aircraft flying.”

Giles English, co-founder, Bremont.