This is a beautifully run and presented tourist attraction. The staff are superb and can't do enough to help. The yacht harks back to an almost different age of wood panelling and brass in profusion. Not a huge amount to see, but enough to fill a morning or afternoon, and certainly enough for our young grandson who also loved the audio handset. Avoid the bistro unless you like paying tourist prices. We went to Debenhams restaurant which offers a perfect view over Britannia with meals at a fraction of the cost.
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