That’s The Princess Anne, the hovercraft, the largest civilian hovercraft ever made.
Assuming that the lockdown ceases when it’s expected to, then the Hovercraft Museum will be having a special open day on Saturday 5th December to mark the 20th anniversary of The Princess Anne arriving at the museum.
Tours will include areas of the hovercraft that are not normally open to the public, along with talks about the restoration project and from the people who worked on board.
And for photographers, the hovercraft will be floodlit from 4pm onwards to get those early evening photos.
Tickets need to be booked in advance here.
The museum is not far from Portsmouth. For non-drivers, the easiest way to get there is by train to Fareham and then the half-hourly X5 bus from Fareham station to Lee-on-the-Solent – journey time around 20 minutes.
If you think I wrote this up because I liked the headline, you’re right. But, I also because I knew the visit would appeal to many of you.