13. Royal Yacht Britannia
The Royal Yacht Britannia is Her Majesty the Queen’s ex-Royal Yacht. It now serves as a floating museum.
Constructed in 1953 it served as the Royal Yacht till it was decommissioned in 1957. A number of decks are open to the public to view the numerous staterooms and public rooms of the vessel.
How to Get There
To access the yacht, enter by means of the second level of the Ocean Terminal purchasing mall. As you go in towards the yacht you pass a smaller exhibition with naval uniforms, and photographs of memorable occasions that occurred on the yacht.
Upon arrival are offered a phone-style handset, which has an audio commentary of the yacht.
Cross the gangway onto the major level of Britannia and start your go to in the wheelhouse – a good location to take photographs.
What to See
On the major deck, you will see the flag retailer, which has flags for each and every nation the yacht has been to in it, that would be flown out of respect when going to.
Though touring the yacht, you can view the officer’s dining location, Captain’s workplace and quarters.
You will also view the private quarters of the Queen and Prince Philip, their sunroom, the Queen and Philip’s offices, and the Queen’s barge outdoors, which would’ve been made use of to tender her ashore.
The highlights of it for me have been the primary formal dining space, seeing the Queen’s individual rooms, the sunroom, and the officer’s bars.
It is extremely fascinating for individuals who are interested in the British Royal loved ones or Royal households in basic even or anybody who has a unique interest in ships.
Price: £16.50/14.50 concession, £8.75 kids five-17.
Book your audio tour ahead of time for $21 on GetYourGuide to achieve insight into the lives of the royals. Simple cancellation inside 24 hours.
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