The Royal Navy has apologised after hundreds of visitors were turned away from an open day aboard a warship that docked in Great Yarmouth for the weekend.
The volume of people wanting to look around NHS Dauntless was so high people had to be turned away, while others queued for four hours before getting on.
A Navy spokeswoman said they will consider ticketing any future visits. The ship left the outer harbour this morning.
The crew of a Navy warship moored in a Norfolk port paraded through the streets today. People lined the streets of Great Yarmouth to watch the crew of HMS Dauntless and even more tried to see the ship itself as Kate Prout reports.
The warship HMS Dauntless has arrived at her adopted home of Great Yarmouth this morning ahead of a weekend of events. It's the second time the Type 45 destroyer has visited the town's outer harbour. Malcolm Roberston reports