Bristol Channel

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The Bristol Channel is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean which penetrates the land-mass of Great Britain, separating south Wales from the peninsula of south-west England. It narrows further inland to become the estuary of the River Severn.

A number of major ports are located on or near the shoreline of the Bristol Channel: Bristol itself (with its outport of Avonmouth), Newport, Cardiff and Swansea.