Help us realise our vision to provide a charity-run ship with full facilities for the seriously or terminally ill and their families across the UK.
Annemarie’s Ship is a charity which will be operate a ship on the Caledonian Canal. A floating hotel with a diverse range of facilities to cater for patients’ needs and, importantly, to provide the opportunity for them and their families to enjoy time together free of the pressures of every day life and survival.
A chance for patients and families to recharge the batteries, to lift the spirits. But to do so in the knowledge that, should it be needed, medical help and equipment will be on board. And with the land-based medical and hospital services readily accessible should they be needed.
Plying its way up and down the Great Glen from Inverness to Fort William and, weather permitting, out through Loch Linnhe to Oban and the Isle of Mull, it will offer the chance of an enjoyable, relaxing break from the normal routine. Although the holiday centre is necessarily tied to the Scottish Highlands, patients and families from across the UK will be eligible.
The project has progressed to this stage due to the hard work of a small but dedicated team. But now it’s time for Phase 2, so browse this site to see how YOU can help.
Annemarie's Ship is grateful for the support and assistance of solicitors CMS Cameron McKenna LLP, provided via their Aberdeen office. Working with such a prestigious company can only enhance the reputation and development of the project.
If anyone would like to volunteer to help with Annemarie’s Ship we would be keen to hear from you. Please contact Stephen or Malcolm (see contact information below).
Annemarie’s Ship is a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) Charity Registration Number SC044293 Registered office: Cameron McKenna LLP, 6 Queens Road, Aberdeen, Scotland AB15 4ZT
For more information, please contact:
c/o Ach nan Each
will be custom-built with all the comforts and other facilities needed to make for an enjoyable holiday for patients and families alike.
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