Underwater tunnels bring you eye-to-eye with mean-looking sharks, massive moray eels and giant turtles in watery worlds ranging from Key...
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East Cliff Lift Railway
Sixty Million Postcards
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Dorset Cruises information
Lonely Planet review
Dorset's extraordinary World Heritage Jurassic Coast starts some 5 miles west of Bournemouth at the chalk Old Harry Rocks. These 2½ hour cruises cross the mouth of Poole Harbour, providing up-close views of the chalky columns. The stacks used to be massive arches before erosion brought the tops tumbling down – huge scooped-out sections of cliff clearly show how the sea begins the erosion process.