The Cutty Sark, the world's last remaining tea clipper, has been reopened by the Queen five years after it was ravaged by a fire.
The maritime attraction, which was first opened by the Queen 55 years ago, has undergone a £50 million restoration.
The Queen also made her first visit to Gloriana, the new Royal Row Barge.
The Queen has unveiled a 'spectacular' Cutty Sark after a £50 million restoration project following a devastating fire.
After 11 years of restoration and a devastating fire, the Cutty Sark is about to be officially reopened by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.