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Pembroke - Port Information

A great place for cruise excursions, day trips, and shore days.

Pembroke dock lies some three miles to the north of Pembroke castle and town. Originally a small fishing village on the river Cleddau, it grew greatly after 1814 when a Royal Naval Dockyard was built. It now has a population of 8,600. Over the span of 112 years 1814-1926 five Royal Yachts were built along with 263 other Royal Navy vessels. As the dockyard grew then so did the need to defend it with gun emplacements, defensible barracks and Martello towers the remains of which are still much in evidence. Although shipbuilding ceased in 1926, the buildings were used as an army base for many years and were also home to the wartime Sunderland Flying boats. It was not until 2008 that the base was finally vacated by the armed services and sold to the Milford Haven Port Authority.

Three miles to the south, Pembroke Town and Castle has a population of 7,200. It dates back to a Norman foundation in 1093 being rebuilt a century later by William Marshall, one of the most powerful men in 12th Century Britain. It remains largely intact and has a unique large keep with a domed stone roof. In 1457 it was the birth place of the future Henry 7th. It remains the largest castle in Wales in private ownership, a great place to visit and a true wonder of Wales. However, there is much more to see in this area than castles and visitors from cruise ships should combine a tour of Pembroke docks and castle with other attractions. You could visit Laugharne and its boat house where Dylan Thomas wrote much of his best work or the picturesque medieval walled town of Tenby which has three stunning beaches and a beautiful harbour and is from where the boats for Caldey Island set sail. Or you could visit the vineyard at Cwm Deri or the isolated coastal chapel at St Govan's.

Cruise Excursions Pembroke

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