This lovely old ship is well worth a visit, she is somewhat tardis like and much bigger on the inside than she appears to be on the out side. She is in need of lots of TLC, but her shabby exterior adds to her charm. The staff are knowledgable and enthusiastic, abviously love their jobs and the old girl!
The interior of the ship is laid out well and very atmospheric, children and 'big kids' will like the array of guns, and you do get some sence of how cramed and chaotic she must have been when in service, the men of yester year must have been made of strong stuff, because it must have been grim.
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