Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Scotland tour continues in Orkney

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Scotland tour continues in Orkney” – below is their description.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have thanked medical staff for their efforts during the pandemic as they officially opened the Orkney Islands’ £65 million hospital.

    They were given a private tour of the hospital which was the biggest construction on the island since its cathedral was completed in 1168.

    Later, the couple took a boat to see the world’s largest tidal energy turbine as they visit a pioneering marine renewable energy centre.

    The European Marine Energy Centre is the only accredited wave and tidal test centre for marine renewable energy in the world, founded in 2003.

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