The Royal Yacht Britannia

Author: Lawrence Chard - Director and Expert Numismatist

Published: 9 Nov 2018

Last Updated: 9 Nov 2018

There have been a number of Royal Yachts named Britannia. The last one featured on a 1977 Tristan da Cunha 25 pence coin on its Silver Jubilee visit to the island, also on a Guernsey Crown produced to commemorate a Royal Visit to the island in 1989. We also show the ship itself.


Reverse of Tristan da Cunha 1977 Silver Wedding Proof Crown

The labour government elected in 1997 decided to scrap the Royal Yacht Britannia, and not to replace it unfortunately.

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