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Briton Ferry

Briton Ferry is on the mouth of the River Neath and was the first river crossing along the Roman road that followed the coastline along that point of the South Wales coast, now available as an interesting point of departure for trips and cruises on Balmoral.

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Sailing from: Albion Wharf, Brunel Dock.

Postcode: SA11 2GG

Access: By road - M4 Junction 41[from west] or Junction 42 [from east] onto A48 then Brunel Way.

Car parking:  Parking available in Council Offices car park [short walk].

Public Transport: Briton Ferry Railway Station (2 miles). Frequent buses or taxis.
Local bus stops: Briton Ferry, Brunel Way and Baglan Energy Park [short walk].

Public Transport Information Service: http://www.traveline.cymru/


    Cruise & explore: Ilfracombe
    Don't miss the one chance to sail from Briton Ferry in 2017! Take the classic Bristol Channel excursion to the vibrant and historic North Devon town of Ilfracombe. While ashore, relax with a harbourside ice cream, afternoon tea or pique your curiosity at the Ilfracombe Museum & Aquarium.
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    Day Cruise: Ilfracombe & Exmoor Coast
    Don't miss the one chance to sail from Briton Ferry in 2017! Sail across the Channel to Ilfracombe on the North Devon coast. Stay on board to cruise the stunning Exmoor coastline from the sea as we sail past Combe Martin, Woody Bay, Lynton & Lynmouth, the Foreland Point & Lighthouse and along to Porlock Bay, returning by the same route. See the highest sea cliff in England and Wales, Great Hangman at 244m (800ft) plus the longest stretch of coastal woodland in England and Wales.
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