#historicboats - A World War One warship HMS Caroline has been shortlisted for the 2019 Art Fund Museum of the Year award.
The Belfast-based vessel reports BBC News will compete against four other UK museums for the prestigious prize, worth £100,000.
HMS Caroline is the Royal Navy's sole surviving ship from the 1916 Battle of Jutland, the biggest sea battle of the conflict.
The warship opened to the public as a museum on the centenary of the battle.
Built in 1914 in Birkenhead in England, HMS Caroline was one of the fastest warships of its time.
The Battle of Jutland - off the coast of Denmark - involved some 250 ships from the Royal Navy's Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet.
More than 8,500 sailors lost their lives in the 12-hour battle on 31 May and 1 June 1916.
After the war, HMS Caroline was berthed in Belfast as a training ship, but also saw service in World War Two.
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