River Trips In Bath

Aug 6 | Posts

River Tours offer a different view of the city and a very relaxed way of getting around. Lady Pamela, a classic 60’s, all weather cruiser operated by River Adventures from the Quay in Bath offers boat trips all day, private too.

How about a prosecco trip? Step aboard Lady Pamela for a boat cruise with endless Prosecco! Once onboard you will be kept topped up with delicious Prosecco as we cruise upriver to Pulteney Bridge and Weir which is a beautiful backdrop for photos. You can also play your favourite tunes as we turn and head down river.

Our Brunch trip will also take you to the Locksbrook Inn, where you will be served a delicious chef prepared brunch dish, perhaps Eggs Benedict or Huevos Rancheros and your endless Prosecco will continue!

Or why not have lunch on a boat – Bath’s only floating restaurant – The John Rennie is Bath’s most luxurious floating restaurant and entertainment venue on the canal, available for private parties of up to 50 guests for every occasion.

The main saloon is centrally heated offering the opportunity to cruise all year round. There’s also a range of special evenings available, offering everything from Jazz on a summers evening to cosy Christmas parties.

Each cruise can be tailor-made to your requirements using your own decorations, flowers, music and entertainment.

Then you have the hourly boat cruises from Pulteney Bridge or something different?

Electric Boat Trips

Electric boat trips Bath aboard 2 unique and luxurious boats… the oldest electric boat on the planet and the other probably the newest electric boat in the neighbourhood. All this on Bath’s best kept secret, the beautiful and historic Kennet and Avon Canal, rich with ingenious feats of Georgian and Victorian engineering.

Chartered 2-5-hour champagne cruises aboard the oldest electric launch in existence for 2-10 people. Cruise on their new solar powered vessel on a scheduled 45-minute service for up to 12 people. Cream teas, private caterer or bring your own picnic options available

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