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Gloucester cruises & boat hire

The National Waterways Museum Gloucester Docks offers scheduled boat trips along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal, themed cruises along the River Severn between April and October, so you can make the most of your visit to Gloucester Docks or celebrate a special occasion.

The Queen Boadicea II and King Arthur are both also available for private hire, providing a unique location for a meeting, special event or celebration.

Our trip boats are operated by qualified and experienced crew and the boats are assessed each year.

As it can be cooler on water than on land you may wish to bring extra clothing also we advise that you wear sensible footwear as the boat has steps and wooden decks.

For your own safety we ask that you obey all instructions given by the crew.

 
Scheduled boat trips calendar
 

Tewkesbury Day Cruise
Saturday 10th May 2008
Cruise on the River Severn, through picturesque counrtyside.  
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Saul Junction Tea Cruise
Sunday 18th May 2008
A Lovely 3 hour cruise on the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
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Sharpness Day Cruise
Sunday 1st June 2008
Cruise along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
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Canal Lunch Cruise
Tuesday 3rd June 2008
Enjoy a 2 hour cruise along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
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Tea Cruise
Tuesday 3rd June 2008
Enjoy a 2 hour cream tea cruise.
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  Daily boat trips - April to October
Take a 45 minute boat trip, on board Queen Boadicea II and experience the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal. Read more about our Daily trips
 
   
 
 

Private hire

A unique venue for a party, celebration or corproate event.

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Read more about our Private Hire opportunities

 
   
 
 
           
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