The Gloucester 1682 Trust is delighted but not surprised that the first weeks of The Last Voyage of the Gloucester exhibition at Norwich Castle have been very busy with over 26,000 visits by the end of April. Visitor feedback has been overwhelmingly positive with “Wow, the Last Voyage of the Gloucester Exhibition is superb, absolutely fascinating, well done all involved” and “Highly recommended insight into 17th Century life at sea” being typical comments. The Gloucester 1682 Trust is delighted at the Exhibition’s success. General The Lord Dannatt GCB CBE MC DL, Chair of Trustees said: “The Norfolk Museums Service, the University of East Anglia and Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks have put much research and care into telling the story of The Gloucester (1682), the context of the time, the people and artefacts on board and its recent discovery. To do this in a way which that engages visitors of all ages so positively is an outstanding achievement.