It's always a great sight leaving Portsmouth Harbour, and for once it wasn't raining, we remembered not to leave the camera in the car, its battery was charged, and its card was in it. Success!
The famous, or infamous, Spinnaker Tower. It was intended to mark the new millenium, but didn't open until 2005 by which time it had overrun the budget by a massive amount. I rather like it, in spite of its troubles.
HMS Warrior, one of the three historic ships kept in Portsmouth. It was the first iron-hulled armoured warship. It was restored to its 1860 state after being used as an oil jetty.
Probably the most famous of the historic ships, HMS Victory, Nelson's flagship. Both these ships, and the Mary Rose which is kept enclosed, are very well worth visiting if you ever have the chance.
The Round Tower, built in the 15th century, and part of the city defences until 1960.
The Isle of Wight in the background. I visited it recently but by a different route.