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Cruises to Dartmouth

Located along the River Dart in South Devon, Dartmouth's charming narrow lanes are steeped in culture and history that dates back to the 12th century. Its deep harbour helped the town thrive over the centuries as a port and military centre. Whether enjoying a boat tour along the river, browsing the town's museums, antique and crafts shops or reclining on the picturesque beaches of South Devon, spending a day in Dartmouth is an ideal way to explore the English countryside.


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    • Famous For
      This maritime town is famous for its nautical history, which you can discover at the Dartmouth Museum.
    • Fun Fact #1
      The Butterwalk (1628) and the Cherub Inn (1380) are two of the town’s oldest surviving buildings and worth a visit.
    • Fun Fact #2
      King Richard II asked John Hawley, who is thought to be the inspiration behind Chaucer’s shipman character in The Cantebury Tales, to construct Dartmouth Castle in the 15th century.
    • Fun Fact: Landmarks
      Dartmouth is home to the Britannia Royal Naval College where Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Prince William have trained.


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