The November Project just feels so right.  Further evidence to support this cosy claim took place recently when our insurance company Knighthood Corporate Assurance Services  came to visit us on our 1910 sailing ship YE37, The November Project’s temporary headquarters.

Knighthood Directors Gordon Westcott and Simon Griffiths made a personal trip out to see for themselves the progress we are making with the build, and to suggest how we can go forward with insuring such a unique business.

With over 30 years of experience, Knighthood are keen supporters of SME’s and entrepreneurialism on the river, making it all the more exciting that they are so engaged with The November Project.

Knighthood Corporate insurers visiting November, the Thames Lighter that is at the heart of The November Project

Innovative marine projects  clearly inspire Knighthood as individuals, leading them to really engage with what we are doing, and as a result, to wholeheartedly support  us.

By the nature of their work Knighthood are a common thread linking the majority of businesses on the water. This means they are in a great position to inform the river business network about what we are doing.

This is why we are so pleased to be slated to appear in their circular, the Knight Times, which we will share with you here when it comes out.