Visitors to historic warship HMS Victory complain of ‘suffering claustrophobia’

Snowflakes visiting legendary warship HMS Victory have been moaning it is too cramped.

One complained the ceilings were so low they feared bumping their heads.

Another said the 254-year-old vessel was too dark while a third had to leave after suffering claustrophobia.

Lord Nelson was killed on board the Victory while helping defeat the French at the Battle Of Trafalgar in 1805.

It is now moored in Portsmouth, where it is a popular tourist attraction.

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But many visitors who paid £30-a-head for a tour took to TripAdvisor to complain it did not come up to modern standards.

One wrote: “Not for the faint-hearted or those with mobility issues.’’

Another whinged: “It is quite dark and the lower levels don’t provide a lot of headroom.”

A former Navy officer said: “I find it incredible people can complain about conditions on a ship built three centuries ago.

“Everyone lucky enough to visit should feel grateful it has survived.”

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