The British Nyad is a large sailing ship with a very old history, the design and construction of the whole ship is a long time, there are also some pretty good views here, the ship is very big, and it is moored beside the port. [Views] are very good.
[View] The seaside dock, the air is fresh, the photos are azure sky, the clear sea water! [Fun] comprehensive knowledge of the history of the Royal Cruise, the life and skills of the sailors, and the knowledge in the engine room! [Cost-effective] worth the time! It is wrong not to charge tickets.
Back in 1997, the British goddess had been traveling the Royal Sea, and unfortunately the British government had decided to let it go home. The yacht, which is anchored outside the Edinburgh modern mall's Marine Pier, is now in Port Albert, where our guides led us across the mall to the seemingly identical British goddess. As far back as the year went, the British goddess was the most powerful cruise ship in the world, with strict rules and regulations, and all the crew members carefully selected. The hull itself was not large, but rather small, as I saw it, which reflected the intentions of the builders. The British Goddess, though small, was a chic design, but it was good to think of the Duke and Queen's living space. However, when you saw the place where the staff lived, it suddenly opened up, and 80 people were already in a considerable state of being together.
Former royal yacht of Queen Elizabeth, in service from 1954 to 1997. Now permanently berthed at Ocean Terminal in Leith, the port of Edinburgh. Attracts 300,000 visitors a year.
Had a great time on the Royal Yatch Britannia. There is much more to it than you could ever imagine.
The amazing ship has been preserved with great care and gives you a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the British Royal Family in their most relaxed and intimate moments. The most visited tourist attraction in Edinburgh it is just a one km walk from the apartment
Interesting insight into the Royal floating embassy!
Pop on the 36 bus to Ocean Terminal and visit the Queen's Yacht
TripTraveler: Ocean Drive | Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh EH6 6JJ, Scotland
TripTraveler: Top recommendations for the best restaurants near royal yacht britannia are: Café Tartine, Roseleaf, Teuchters Landing, Cameo Bar, The Granary