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    Port Neath.
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    Portsmouth.
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    Le Corsaire Pub & Microbrasserie at Levis, Quebec, Canada.

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    Yardarm pub Des Moines Washington
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    Le Corsaire pub & bar in Toulon, France.

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    Canada.
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    The Carronade Bar at Bainsford, Falkirk, Scotland.

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    Good one Dave!
    I will have to look for a good one myself today.
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    HMS Royal Adelaide was a 104-gun first-rateship of the line of the Royal Navy, named for Queen Adelaide and launched on the 28th of July, 1828 at Plymouth.
    When first ordered in 1812 she was intended to be a
    second rate of 98 guns, but in the general reclassifications of 1817 she was reclassed as a first rate.
    She was converted to serve as a depot ship in 1860, and was eventually sold out of the navy in 1905
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    The Chain Locker in Falmouth, Cornwall. Here it is being re-opened after restoration.

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    Here is a picture of the Adelaide

    The pub is at Blagdon.
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    The Dead Parrot bar in Horsham, West Sussex.

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    That one is a bit sketchy Dave!
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    Safron Waldon.
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    The Black Parrot Rum Bar in Bride Court, London.

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    Plymouth
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    The Black Parrot Bar in Cartagena, Colombia.

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    Penge.
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    The Apple & Parrot in Taunton, Somerset.

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    Rye.
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    Canterbury.

    HMS Princess Charlotte.
    HMS Princess Charlotte was a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 14 September 1825 at Portsmouth. The occasion was notable for the fact that the gates of the dry dock into which she was to be placed burst because of the high tide and more than 40 people were drowned
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    There is also an Apple & Parrot at Torquay in Devon.

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    Essex.

    Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Princess Charlotte, after either Charlotte, Princess Royal, daughter of George III, or Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, daughter of George IV:


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    I do not think that the present Princess Charlotte will ever have a warship named after her.

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    The Valiant Sailor at Capel-Le-Ferne near Folkestone, Kent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    I do not think that the present Princess Charlotte will ever have a warship named after her.
    The way things are going with Navy cutbacks I'm not sure anyone will Dave. Unless they rename the Victory!
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    Had to scout around a bit for today's offering. We seem to have completed most of the obvious.Colchester.
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    The Old Sailor in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I am told it is situated in the red light district.

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    Never saw that when I was there Dave!

    Grimsby.
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    The Old Sailor in Hamburg, Germany.

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    Falmouth.
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    The Old Sailor Pub at Albufeira, Portugal.

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    Newcastle.
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    The Old Sailor Bar & Restaurant in Swakopmund, Namibia.

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    Petts Wood.
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    Whitstable.
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    The Old Sailors pub & restaurant at Pwllgwaelod, Dinas Cross, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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    found the sign for this pub in Grimsby.
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    The Harbour Inn at St David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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    Herne Bay.
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    Gosport.
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    The Harbour Inn at Southwold, Suffolk.

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    Hamburg.
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    I wonder what they said to that sign writer.


    Here is The Harbour Inn at Paignton in Devon.

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    I would have told him to get re-paignt-on it again.
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