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Noble Caledonia Charitable Trust - Limited Edition 30th Anniversary Jigsaw Fundraiser

We know that the combination of tourism and goodwill can make a positive difference to the people and places we visit but during this period that we have been unable to travel, the communities we have been supporting have suffered enormously, with the double impact of the pandemic and loss of income from tourism. The Noble Caledonia Charitable Trust has therefore launched a Covid Support Fund to continue to help organisations assisting their communities during the pandemic in Cambodia, India and Madagascar.

  To help with fundraising and celebrate Noble Caledonia’s 30th Anniversary this year we have produced two, bespoke jigsaws of our Sky ships. These high quality, bespoke, paper over board jigsaws are produced by UK based Cornflower Ltd and made from 100% recyclable material. The puzzle of the MS Island Sky is of the vessel anchored off Salisbury Plain in South Georgia and the MS Hebridean Sky puzzle is an image of the vessel in Puerto Lopez, Ecuador. Both images were captured by Sue Forbes, award winning, passionate travel and wildlife photographer and member of the Noble Caledonia Expedition Team. The 750 piece jigsaws come in a cotton bag which makes them handy for storage.


  Island Sky anchored off Salisbury Plain, South Georgia Hebridean Sky in Puerto Lopez, Ecuador  

 How to Order

The puzzles are available for a minimum donation of £35.00 per puzzle including postage and packaging. All profits will go to the Covid Support Fund and donations will be matched by the Noble Caledonia Charitable Trust to the sum of £10.000.

To order a limited edition puzzle please email stating which puzzle you would like (MS Island Sky or MS Hebridean Sky), your full name and postal address. We will then contact you to confirm your order and advise how to make your donation (online or by cheque).


For information on the projects we have chosen to support with this initiative, please click here