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VIDEO: Step Aboard Britain’s Largest Warship in Annapolis

It’s an historic sight on the Bay just off of Annapolis: Britain’s largest aircraft carrier, a ship with a four-acre flight deck that can carry 40 aircraft, but also holds five gyms, a bar, a chapel, and an emergency room.

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As the HMS Queen Elizabeth prepared to host international defense leaders and cutting-edge businesses, Bay Bulletin’s Cheryl Costello got to go on board for a one-on-one tour. Watch below:

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