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We almost missed this little ship down in its dock and probably wouldn’t have bothered to go onto it if another visitor hadn’t pointed it out to us. My husband eyes lit up when he saw it so on we went, I thought it would...More
One of the few remaining ships of this type, not built to last, it is a reminder of the tough life of a sailor on board a rather small ship. Designed for close-in support, it did spend time near Turkey during WWI.
Compared with what else is on offer at the Historic Dockyard, this is possibly one to put toward the end of your must visit list. I think it's going to be personal choice, and I expect most of those who do make the effort of...More
My eyes were well and truly opened to see the range of Royal Navy ships in port. The crews waved at our little tour boat as they were cleaning their large ships, looks like they took pride in what they were doing. A great sight...More
The Grandchildren wanted to visit this ship on our 3rd visit to the dockyard, I thought it was too modern to be particularly interesting, however I learnt quite a lot that did interest me. What was particularly good was the enthusiastic staff who were playing...More