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Official Radio Caroline Cards, Posters & Pictures...

Updates of our A4 prints of Radio Caroline‘s main ships across the years. Every one individually mounted as canvas textured frame pictures…

The MV Caroline (Fredericia) as Caroline North off the Isle of Man in the 60’s (courtesy Terry Bate via Offshoreradio.co.uk)


The Mi Amigo as Caroline South (courtesy Steam Tug Brent Trust as featured in our quality A2 poster)


The Mi Amigo (courtesy Radio Caroline’s Martin Fisher) in the 70’s


The Ross Revenge in her prime with the big mast the 80’s

(courtesy Eylard Harmsen)

 ‘MV Caroline’ 60’s, ‘Mi Amigo’ 60’s & 70’s ‘Ross Revenge’ 80’s on A4 Canvas frames...                £18.49

Mi Amigo Seventies canvas image MV Caroline canvas image

MV Caroline (former Fredericia) as Caroline North…       

MI Amigo broadcasting in her final Seventies era…        

Ross Revenge in the Eighties…             

Mi Amigo canvas image Ross Revenge canvas image

MI Amigo as Caroline South in The Sixties… .       

1960’s Mi Amigo canvas

MV Caroline (North) canvas

1970’s Mi Amigo canvas

1980’s Ross revenge canvas

All above images will be hand stretched and wrapped round canvas wood frame. Finished product will therefore vary slightly

Made to order, hand finished and individually dispatched…

‘Mi Amigo Sixties’ Posters                                                                           £13.99 each or £25.99 for two posters

This rare photograph of the Mi Amigo is from the early 1960’s  as a quality A2 (four times a sheet of A4) poster print.


Our thanks to the ‘Steam Tug Brent Trust’ for the image. A donation to their project will be made for every poster sold.


All other profits will, as always, fully go to preserving and restoring Radio Caroline’s current ship the Ross Revenge.


All posters will be carefully printed to order and dispatched directly from our printer rolled in protective tubes.


BUY TWO POSTERS AND RECEIVE A £1.99 DISCOUNT AS WE SAVE ON PROTECTIVE TUBES & POSTAGE

Caroline A2 Mi Amigo Poster

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Radio Caroline -  Ross Revenge - at The Blackwater River Estuary - A4 Canvas print

Having left Tilbury docks the Ross Revenge arrived at The River Blackwater 1st August 2014.


After having graced the cover of our 2015 wall calendar we thought you would like the chance to buy it as a canvas print


Photo courtesy  Ian Thurgood


Made to order, hand finished and individually dispatched…


Each is hand stretched to wooden frame so finished product may vary slightly from due to photo wrap of displayed image border enlarging ship on wrapped frame

Ross Revenge Blackwater canvas

  Radio Caroline Ross Revenge at Sunset -  20 Blank-Inside Message Cards                                      £10.99

Radio Caroline Ross Revenge at sea in the late Eighties with her ‘temporary’ twin masts.


Twenty in A6 when folded size complete with envelopes.


Photo courtesy Graham Croft.


Caroline logo and message on back


Inside blank for year round use and not just at Holiday times.

20 Cards

For any occasion or a message in A6 size complete with envelopes

  Caroline’s Ross Revenge from the Air - Blank-Inside Message Cards - Two designs in packs of 20           £10.99

Radio Caroline Ross Revenge from the air Cards.

Ten each of two designs in A6 when folded size complete with envelopes. Both are from the air in 1985 courtesy of Jon Bird. jonbirdpix.wix.com/jonbirdpix


Caroline logo and message on back


Inside blank for year round use and not just at Holiday times.

Ten each of two designs

For any occasion or a message in A6 size complete with envelopes

Caroline Ross card two pic Ross 1985 card one pic

£ 18.49


All purchases are subject to terms & conditions as stated on the web shop Home Page

Ross Revenge and Biplane retro image from the 1980s – A4 Canvas Print

£ 18.99


This A4 canvas print features the colourful image of a 1980’s poster of Ross Revenge and its 300-ft mast being circled by a biplane, with a US Radio Caroline address (no longer in use).


The original poster was commissioned by Vincent Monsey, who was US-based and worked closely with Ronan O’Rahilly at that time. The image was created from a set of aerial photos shot from a helicopter and some 2,500 posters were produced.


Our thanks to Vincent Monsey for his permission to use this design


Each canvas is made to order and hand stretched over a wooden frame, so image on finished product may vary slightly.