… Andrew Baines, Head of Historic Ships at the National Museum of the Royal Navy, will be to re-support this great ship Victory – all 3,556 tons of her. After getting her hull repainted in the right colours, of course! Then, we’ll need a computer model, won’t we Andrew, which you can get from – say – oh, I don’t know – about 90 billion laser points all round the ship and inside her, down through every deck? That’ll do it. Then you’ll know how to support her so she doesn’t keep on sagging and bowing. Make sure you don’t damage her or her dry dock (oldest in the world), though. Oh – and don’t forget you’re also managing the rebirth of HMS Caroline in Belfast, in time for the centenary of the Battle of Jutland (where Caroline fought in 1916.) All good? Fine!