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Conservators stand inside the hull of the Tudor warship, The Mary Rose, at the new Mary Rose Museum in southern England. Photo: AP

Tudor warship Mary Rose sails back to life with lost treasures

The remains of a Tudor warship that sank more than 400 years ago will go on display with thousands of its artefacts for the first time at a new British museum. Museum officials and historians say the £27 million (HK$316 million) museum, which opens today, allows visitors to view the wreck of the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's flagship, and also provides a snapshot of Tudor life onboard the vessel.