Welsh boost from diverted cruise liner

A cruise liner has boosted tourism across North Wales after being diverted to Anglesey. The Ocean Countess set off from Liverpool on Tuesday afternoon. But just hours after leaving port, an electrical failure hit the ship near the Isle of Man, and it was forced to dock in Holyhead.

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Tourist bonus for Anglesey

800 passengers from the cruise ship Ocean Countess are on unplanned trips around North Wales - after the liner had electrical problems and docked at Holyhead.