Clipperlight's products are now used in the film Industry as props in many of their Nautical Adventure. We also are supplying the Hydrographic Society with our Nautical Reproductions, and are also supplying Musums and Local government educational establishments.
Clipperlight is expanding on the International stage as supplers of fine Nautical gifts and reproductions. We send our products all over the globe and have many customers in the United States of America who prefer our high quality nautical gifts, to what can be obtained locally.
Clipperlight have launched its new UK On-Line Nautical Gifts Shop, called Clipperlight.uk.com to cater specifically for the British market in Nautical gifts and reproductions of original nautical navigation equipement. It also carries our wide range of nautical books.
Some recent E.Mails sent from Customers.
Just had to write to thank you for your wonderful service. The lamp arrived this morning at 8am - less than 24 hrs - it can't get better than that!
I am highly delighted with the lamp which really lived up to it's description and actually exceeded my expectations!
I'm delighted to say, it arrived today - and it's lovely. Many thanks indeed for responding and have a lovely weekend ahead .
Thank you for the dividers received and in use. Excellent quality you should be charging more!
I am a very happy lady and will leave glowing reviews on the google feedback sites regarding your wonderful customer service.
Thanks for your E Mail re. delivery. Compass received O.K.& very pleased with both quality & price.I am interested in possibly purchasing a telescope , would you please advise on price & magnification.
of Fine Solid Brass hand crafted Nautical gifts are probably the finest reproductions
of the traditional and historic Nautical navigation instruments in England, and make excdellent nautical gifts for any one who loves the sea. Our reproduction sextants, which have been used in celestial navigation
since 1757 are based an a design bought in by Captain Cambell, but the original Octant from which the modern sextant came was made by John Hadley about 1731.The sextants are workable but not meant to be used for serious navigation.
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