Tamzine on display at IWM London, August 2012
|Builder:||Brockman & Titcombe, Margate|
|Status:||Preserved by Imperial War Museum|
|Notes:||Smallest known 'little ship' of Dunkirk|
|Type:||Open fishing boat|
Tamzine is a historic fishing boat. Built by Brockman & Titcombe, of Margate in Kent, in south-east England, Tamzine is notable for having participated as a ''little ship' during the 1940 evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk in northern France.
At 14.7 feet (4.5 m) in length Tamzine was the smallest vessel to take part in the evacuation. She is clinker-built of Canadian spruce and was constructed in 1937. In 1965 Tamzine participated in a twenty-fifth anniversary commemoration of the evacuation, repeating her Channel crossing. Her presence was recorded by the British newsreel Pathé News.
- British Pathe (1965). "Dunkirk 25 Years After". britishpathe.com. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
- Imperial War Museum (2012). "Ship, Fishing Boat 'Tamzine', British". Imperial War Museum Collections Search. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
- Association of Dunkirk Little Ships (2009–2010). "Tamzine". adls.org.uk. Retrieved 18 March 2012.