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    Singapore.
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    Captain Nemo's Pub & Grub in Park Falls, Wisconsin, USA.

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    Portsmouth.
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    The Nemo Beach Bar at Stalis, Crete.

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    Bristol.
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    Nemo's Bar & Grill in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

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    Weston Super Mare.
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    Riverway.
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    Chile.
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    The Barbary Coast Grill & Bar in Douglas on the Isle of Man.

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    Bristol.
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    The Barbary Coast at Wilmington, North Carolina, USA.

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    Cape town.
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    Cape Town.
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    The Cutter Hotel in Weymouth, Dorset.

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    Found another Marine for the crew at Chertsey this time.
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    The Deal Cutter in Ramsgate, Kent.

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    La Porte au Vin Ville Close Concarneau Brittany.








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    Gibraltar
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    Plymouth.
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    The Queen's Head is not a pub name that brings an immediate maritime link to mind. However, this Queen's Head pub is special because of its location. It is the pub aboard the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth.

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    Tall ship Gloucester.
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    The Pier Pub at Lower Upnor, Medway.

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    Langstone.
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    The Constitution in Pimlico, London. It is named after the famous American warship the U.S.S. Constitution.

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    Bradford.
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    The Neptune Pub & Carvery at Dymchurch in Kent.

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    The Neptune Inn at Chesterfield in Derbyshire.

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    Crantock Cornwall.
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    The Neptune in Derby.

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    Eastbourne.
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    The Neptune in Hove, East Sussex has a colourful plaque of Neptune above the entrance.

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    Neptune's Hall at Broadstairs in Kent.

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    The Neptune at Blackrock, Leinster, Ireland.

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    Baku.
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    Bridlington.
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    The Message in a Bottle at Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire.

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    During the week it is a Specialist Beer Shop but they open a bar at weekends.

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    The Message in a Bottle Craft Cafe selling craft beer in Berlin, Germany.

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    Tralee.
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    The Barge & Bottle in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

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    Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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    The Lady of Mann pub in Liverpool named after the last ferry owned by the Isle of Mann Steam Packet company.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Lady_of_Mann

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    Bassetts Acre.
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