It's a round trip to Swanage and back, on which you stay onbaord but instead enjoy huge panoramas of sky, sea, sand - and the vast, layered cliffs of the eastern tip of the Jurassic coast.
Your trip will begin on Poole Quay in Poole Harbour, and take an atmospheric route out of the great harbour past prosperous Sandbanks and picturesque Brownsea.
On your right after the harbour you will see the Isle of Purbeck and on its shores the sandy beaches of Studland Bay; followed by Old Harry’s Rock, broken off from nearby cliffs of sedimentary rock and named after Poole’s most notorious pirate.
To the west and south you'll see the stirring sight of the English Channel, enjoying the views from open-deck seating or a comfortable saloon and with a informative commentary.
Your ticket includes: