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Report - Tuxedo Royale, ex Nightclub Boat - Middlesborough - 2012

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by Illusive space, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. Illusive space

    Illusive space 28DL Full Member
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    The boat has started to sink due to metal thief's but it still has a lot of it's original features and proved to to an exciting venture. It was such a pain in the arse to get onto, as the big jump from land ment over deep water 20ft below! But we managed to get on in the end and got a few good snaps. My lens broke while on the boat so I only managed to get a few and when we went back a third time to get some more we got kicked off the site by security. Probably just a bit unlucky to get spotted rather than the place teaming with guards.


    Tuxedo Royale (ex-TSS Dover) was a former car ferrier, used as permanently moored floating nightclub in the United Kingdom from the 1980s to the 2000s. The ship saw use on the River Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne, but was moved to Middlesborough when it's sister boat Tuxedo Princess (ex-TSS Caledonian Princess) was moved from Glasgow to Newcastle, taking it's place.









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