Thirty five years ago today, the Mary Rose was lifted from the Solent seabed.
On the cold misty morning of October 11, 1982, the Tudor warship re-emerged above the waves 437 years after she sank.
Thousands gathered at Southsea to see the moment of history and millions more watched live footage on TV.
The £4m operation using complicated salvaging apparatus and floating cradle brought the ship to the surface and she was towed to a dry dock at the dockyard for experts to begin the long process of restoring her.
A video produced by Portsmouth Historic Dockyard tells the story of the ship, her recovery and restoration and the building a the museum that houses her as a major tourist attraction.