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The worlds last seagoing paddle steamer can be travelled on in Wales

The world's last seagoing paddle streamer called The Waverley is currently running trips across the Bristol Channel and beyond with some departing from Wales!


It has pulled up in Penarth as it starts its tour of the Bristol Channel, in which people can travel aboard the historic steamship.


As the sole survivor of its kind, the ship has become some what of an icon and has returned to offering trips leaving from the Welsh coast for the first time in five years! You'll be pleased to know Waverley is giving people the opportunity to step aboard for a nostalgic trip on the famous steamship until June 23 this summer.


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For those visiting South Wales, there will be stops in Milford Haven, Swansea, Newport, Porthcawl, Penarth and Chepstow which will take passengers to a variety of destinations include Ilfracombe.


For those in the north of Wales, there will be sailings from Holyhead and Llandudno to other destinations in Mersey between the 24th and 26th of June.


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Photos from inside the shop show that guests will be able to relax with a lovely drink in one of its traditional bars, as well as relax aboard the desk or the lounge.


Those wishing to travel on the vessel should book online with prices starting at just £1 for children. More information such as timetables and where to buy tickets can be found on their website.


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