31st May 2016 is the Centenary of the Battle of Jutland, which was the most significant naval engagement of WW1. This is the chosen date to mark the contribution of all involved in war and life at sea 1914 - 1918 with a Commemoration to the Irish Sailor in the Great War. The event will be run in Belfast next to Jutland's only afloat survivor, HMS Caroline, and will include her official opening as a heritage visitor attraction. The commemoration will connect people in maritime activity a hundred years ago with descendants, and to those engaged in similar activity today. For info on HMS Caroline's progress please CLICK HERE.