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Places to visit in Pembroke
The town was founded in the 1814 when a naval dockyard was established. Moreover, five Royal yachts were built along with 263 other Naval vessels. With the closure of the Dockyard in 1926, unemployment was high until the arrival of the flying boats in 1938. For almost 20 years the RAF base at Pembroke Dock was home to the Sunderland Flying Boats and during 1943 it was the largest operational base for flying boats in the world.
Today, the river Cleddau still plays a vital part in the livelihood of the town as it is now predominantly a ferry port, from which ferries sail to Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland. Its other major industry is oil refining.
Located on the South Western tip of Wales, the Port of Pembroke Dock offers close access to the M4 motorway. Attractions in Pembroke Dock include the 1851 Martello Tower, now a local museum. The Cleddau Bridge leads north from the town, over the Daugleddau estuary.
Getting to Pembroke Ferry port
By Car - From the east follow the M4 past Swansea which turns into the A48 & then the A40. Pass St Clears & turn left onto the A477, which leads directly to Pembroke & Pembroke Dock. From the west take the A4076 from Haverfordwest & then the A477 to Neyland. Pembroke Dock is across the Toll Bridge. Follow the signs to the Ferry Port.
By Rail - Pembroke Dock Train Station is situated close to the ferry terminal with regular services by Wales and Border Trains.