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aerial photograph of Sutton Harbour Marina Plymouth England UK. Sutton Harbour is the original port for the town of Plymouth. It was from here that Sir Francis Drake sailed to engage the Spanish Armada and also from there that the Mayflower set sail to take the Pilgrim Fathers to the New World. The Royal Navy moved to Davenport in the 18th century and the Marina opened in 1972.

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