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Life Boat Hotel

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Between 1955 and 1979 this British Watson class lifeboat rescued hundreds of sailors from dangerous situations and today it has been redesigned as a stylish hotel to rescue holiday goers from dangerously dull accommodation. Below deck, the Lillas Marras lifeboat has the luxury finish of a boutique hotel and as well as being delivered a fresh breakfast in the morning, for an extra fee you can also brave the seas on a 2 hour excursion skippered by the owners.

Written by  Alessia Horwich.

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