Win two tickets to one of Scotland’s best visitor attractions, The Royal Yacht Britannia!
Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, sailing one million miles around the world. Berthed in Edinburgh’s historic Port of Leith, Britannia is now a five-star visitor attraction and one of Scotland’s most accessible visitor experiences.
Come aboard and experience where Prince Charles and Princess Diana honeymooned and Liz Taylor, Frank Sinatra and presidents Reagan, Mandela and Gorbachev were wined and dined.
There are five main decks to explore with a fascinating audio-tour included in the ticket price, as well as a version for children. We also provide a British Sign Language tablets, Braille script and each deck is fully accessible for buggies and wheelchairs.
Experience one of the UK’s top 10 attractions (TripAdvisor 2016) for yourself and enjoy a fantastic day out aboard The Queen’s former floating palace.
Win two tickets for Britannia and a large box of fudge, made onboard in the NAAFI. Competition closes 12pm Friday 3rd March 2017.
Question: How many days is Disabled Access Day this year?
Terms & Conditions: The prize is for admission tickets for two adults to visit The Royal Yacht Britannia and a large box of fudge. There is no cash alternative and the prize is non-transferable.