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- Roger – “We went to the cutty sark yesterday and it was quite a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. You can explore all over the Decks, inside and out which is good for the kids. Although I think it is probably more interesting for the adults. The only ships that children seem to like are pirate ships and battleships. Cargo ships.. Not so much! But it's educational, and if you combine it with a boat ride to greenwich then it's a nice day out”
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> Craig’s review of Cutty Sark – “When I was a kid the Cutty Sark used to be beached inside a dry concrete pit, and all the stale rainwater would collect in the corners in a dirty stew of sticks and polystyrene cups. Ah, nostalgia! Nowadays its floating on a greenhouse.
It's quite clever the way they've done it. Imagine a half-bubble of glass with a boat dropped on top, sinking halfway through the ro… continued”