The world's largest wooden tall ship has docked in a Norfolk town. 

The SV Tenacious docked at Great Yarmouth Port on Saturday (September 2) afternoon. 

The 65m vessel - the largest wooden tall ship built in Great Britain in more than a century - has been berthed at South Quay, where it has become a temporary attraction. 

The ship docked at the port in September last year and took a group of people on a trip to Portland, on the south coast. 

She is operated by the Jubilee Sailing Trust and is the only tall ship in the world to be sailed by a crew combining able-bodied and disabled people.

Features that cannot be found on other ships include wheelchair lifts, 'ascender' systems that allow wheelchair users to go aloft (either assisted or by their own efforts), a speaking compass for those with visual impairments, hearing loops, adjustable furniture for those with mobility difficulties, and a joystick to help people steer the ship.

She was named by Jacquetta Cator, who along with her husband Francis Cator, sailed on the Tenacious' maiden voyage in 2000 from Southampton - 1,548 days after her keel was laid.