There are many ways in which you can support Clyde Navel Heritage (HMS Ambuscade/PNS Tariq) to ensure we preserve the River Clyde’s heritage, it’s ships and it’s story for future generations. 


Help us to preserve, maintain and promote Clyde Shipbuilding Heritage. Donate what you can today by following this link. 

A New Beginning - Campaign

Join this new beginning for our ship, be one of the first to place your name, a family name or that of a loved one on a wall of honour which will be created beside the ship. 

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We are excited to present an unparalleled opportunity for your organisation to gain international exposure and align with
a significant piece of naval history.
We are seeking commercial sponsors for the repatriation of the former warship HMS Ambuscade/PNS Tariq from Pakistan to the UK.


Interested in conserving history, love working with people, have a skill you can share, why not volunteer.

Create a lasting legacy

Would you like to remember the charity by leaving a lasting legacy in your will? Find out more…



'Rumbuscade', a smooth, hearty Spiced Rum, distilled with 10 spices, perfect with a cola or ginger beer.

£10 from each bottle sold will be donated to the Ambuscade Charity.

HMS Ambuscade - Working in collaboration with the Veterans who served on her, we have already raised more than £1000 for the charity, set up to commemorate and see her resting at her final destination, Scotland.

Ambuscade, launched on 18th January 1973 and was one of eight Type 21 Frigates.

She was commissioned into the Royal Navy at Devonport, 5th September 1975 and 1977 she served with the Nato Squadron, Stanavforlant.

Ambuscade served with distinction in the Falklands War in 1982, as an electronic warfare picket ship to the task force.

some years later, after being sold in the 1990's, along with her six remaining sister ships, Ambuscade is now the only one of her class that remains, and is set to return to her birthplace, on the River Clyde, Scotland.

She will become a fitting tribute to all who have served on her and her sister ships, at The Clyde Naval Heritage Museum.