Day Cruises and Water Attractions …

water attractions

… are fast becoming one of the favourite days outs for groups.

There is no better way to see famous skylines or iconic landmarks than being on a boat with friends and colleagues without the stress of driving or traffic jams to contend with so why not take the opportunity to sample a few on offer this year.

If you head to Merseyside you be warmly welcomed by the world famous Mersey ferries where visitors will discover the well-loved legacy of Liverpool and the River Mersey.

Staying in Liverpool you can enjoy a unique boat trip at the Royal Albert Dock where you will find the best views of Liverpool’s docklands aboard the Floating Grace and you can relax in style whilst enjoying excellent food.

One of the best activities in Scotland is undertaken by Edinburgh’s premier boating attraction Forth Tours, an acclaimed family owned visitor attraction where you can join them on a journey to “The Firth of Forth” overflowing with myths history and fascinating marine wildlife and is a ideal destination for coach group holidays

Heading back down the country again and heading to the capital, St Katharine Docks is now home to lifeboat 52-02, London’s only floating lifeboat education centre featuring the former

St Peter Port (Guernsey) lifeboat “Sir William Arnold” where visitors can get aboard and learn about the RNLI and also experience what is like to be on a rescue mission.

Finally if cream teas are the order of the day head to Devon where you will find Stuart Line Cruises who sail on the River Exe. The River Exe is home to thousands of migrating winter birds and year-round residents.
During the summer months you can sail the Jurassic Coastline viewing 250 millions years of history where you can also purchase joint tickets with other Devon attractions.