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Saturday, 17 January 2009

Yarmouth is the oldest town on the Island, It is a busy yacthing area and serves as the docking area for Wightlink's Car Ferry from Lymington. The pier is also a great place to go fishing.
A major landmark in the town centre is Yarmouth Castle, which was built in 1547 and commissioned by Henry VIII. It is now owned by English Heritage. Tourists should make a point of visiting the attractive town square, flanked by the old 18th century town hall.

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