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Posted on Wednesday 30th January

HMS Dauntless – the Royal Navy's state-of-the-art Type 45 destroyer – will be open to the public on Sunday, 10 February from 10.00am - 3.45pm when she sails into her adopted port of Great Yarmouth. This will be an opportunity to have a closer look at one of the Navy's newest ships, and talk to members of the crew about life on board.

Dauntless is due to arrive at Deepwater Docks, Great Yarmouth, at around 10.00am on Friday, 8 February and stay until 9.00am on 11 February.

Members of the public are invited to board the ship on the date and times stated above. Access will be from behind the East Port offices in South Beach Parade where there will be parking, an undercover waiting area and buses through the port area to the ship – the last bus to the ship leaves East Port offices at 3pm. Unfortunately, as the ship is boarded via a gangway, there is no facility available for disabled access.

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