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A multi-million pound watersport project has opened to the public in Swansea Marina, Wales.

The project is made up of the new 360 Beach and Watersports Centre opposite St Helen's and is operated in partnership by Swansea University and Bay Leisure.

Olga, Swansea Council's historic 1911 Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter, has also been refitted as part of the scheme. The vessel will provide a classical sailing experience for schoolchildren and community groups in future.

The project has been funded by the Welsh Government through the European Regional Development Fund, Visit Wales and the Regeneration Area programme.

The scheme's been supported by Swansea Council and Mumbles Community Council.

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