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Cruises visiting Great Yarmouth & all Great Yarmouth cruises for  2019

View Great Yarmouth 2019 cruises for 1 ships listing 4 cruises from Great Yarmouth with today's best deals!

Great Yarmouth is a holiday resort town on the coast of county Norfolk, England. It is located at the mouth of the River Yare facing the North Sea. Its flourishing herring fishing industry died out in the latter part of the 20th C, and has been replaced by the oil rig supply industry and servicing natural gas rigs. The most recent development is offshore wind power, and off the coast can be seen a wind farm of 30 generators on Scoby Sands, 2.5 km to the east. The wind farm has an information centre serving around 35,000 visitors per year, and has become a local attraction.

The old town still retains 1300m of the original protective mediaeval wall, and 11 towers. On the South Quay is a 17th-century Merchant's House, as well as Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buildings. Behind South Quay is a maze of alleys and lanes known as "The Rows". Despite war damage, several of the 145 remain. The Tollhouse, with dungeons, dates from the late 13th century and is said to be the oldest civic building in Britain. The market place is one of the largest in England, operating since the 13th century. It is home to the town's shopping sector and the famous Yarmouth chip stalls.

The main focus is the waterfront, with its sandy beaches, indoor and outdoor attractions and amusement arcades. Yarmouth has two piers, Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier. The country's only full-time circus, The Hippodrome, is just off the seafront and puts on regular shows. Look out for the Britannia Monument or Nelson's Monument. The six museums include The Norfolk Nelson Museum, Time and Tide Museum, and Elizabethan House Museum. Worth seeing is the restored St George’s Theatre (1721), a fine example of Baroque Church architecture. Charles Dickens used Yarmouth as a key location in his novel David Copperfield.

Cruises visiting Great Yarmouth in 2019

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Seabourn Quest cruises

15

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

$8,498

$567

30

JUN

Seabourn Quest cruises

30

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

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30

JUN

Seabourn Quest cruises

30

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

$16,999

$567

30

JUN

Seabourn Quest cruises

45

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

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