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The Princess Anne carried 400 passengers and 55 cars across the channel.<br />
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Hovercraft Museum Trust are fighting to save the  last cross channel hovercraft.<br />
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Triumph of British engineering faces an uncertain future - Last surviving cross channel hovercraft, dubbed 'the Concorde of the seas' is threatened with destruction. <br />
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A plucky group of volunteers are fighting a last ditch battle to save the last two cross channel hovercraft from the scrap heap.<br />
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The huge craft, designed in the same 1960's era as Concorde, used to 'fly' across the channel in only 30 minutes. <br />
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But after 33 years in service they are now in desperate need of help after a convoluted legal battle has led to them being seized by their HCA landlords, who could have them cut up in days.