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Call this vessel the HMS Bric-a-brac

What does a sliver of a guitar played by Jimi Hendrix, a rolling pin, a discarded tennis racket, a Masai warrior's club and a crate used to carry all of Britain's wealth off to Canada during World War II have in common?

Answer: They have all been used to create an incredible living archive of memories woven into the very fabric of a beautiful boat. More than 1200 items have been donated by members of the public as part of inspirational The Boat Project.

The largest object is an 8ft long plank from a felled yew tree and the smallest is a cocktail stick.

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