Welcome aboard, Champagne cocktails.....?
.....don't mind if I do,Ta!
Steady as she goes Cap'n Jones!
See you in a while Lymington...
"Really, it literally drives itself"
Hurst Castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford-On-Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.
Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544…
As a port and market town Yarmouth has had local commercial significance. It still has some boat yards and chandlery, and although relatively small it still supports a number of shops, hotels, pubs and restaurants, supported partly by passing trade from the ferry terminal and visiting boat owners.
Talking of which we were here to eat - let's go shipmates!
Tony spots the wine list...