STS Lord Nelson
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The STS Lord Nelson is a tall ship commissioned by the Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) in 1984.
Operated by the JST alongside SV Tenacious, the pair are the only tall ships in the world that are fully accessible and have become the Trust's 'flagship' for their mission to enable people with disabilities to sail.