• Sandbanks Penisula

  • Brownsea Castle

 

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WE HAVE A DIFFERENT VIEW OF POOLE

Poole Day Cruise

Enjoy an hours cruise along the eastern tip of the Jurassic Coast into Poole Harbour passing Studland Bay, Sandbanks Peninsula full of luxorious houses, Brownsea Castle and more. 

Poole harbour is titled Europe's largest natural harbour and is a key port for tankers, yachts and cross channel ferry companies. 

Once disembarking in Poole you can either enjoy lunch at one of the dockside pubs, visit Poole Pottery, Poole Museum or Poole Lifeboat Museum. Experience the bustling high street with a wide variety of shops as well as a shopping centre or take a stroll and sit on the quayside to watch the world go.
 

Your ticket includes: 

  • 1 hour cruise each way 
  • 3 hours ashore 
  • Live commentary 
  • Fully licensed bar 

 







 

Cruise Details

Cruise is to return on the 1st April - 31st October 2019.

 

Cruise Days 

Daily 

Departs 

11:45 

From 

Swanage Pier 

Returns 

15:45

TICKET PRICES

 
 
From
 
Adult (17+)
£14.00
 
Child (5-16)
£9.00
 
Infant (0-4)
£0.00
 
Family (1A+3C)
£23.00
 
Family (2A+3C)
£37.00
 

Please note that all of our cruises are subject to weather, tide and sea conditions.

Independent reviews by feefo
Poole Day Cruise

  • 10 Aug 2018

    ★★★★★

    Great cruise with knowledgeable captain


    11 Jun 2018

    ★★★★★

    good service and friendly staff


    11 Jun 2018

    ★★★★★

    We were lucky to have a fine day for our trip and were able to sit on the upper aft deck and enjoy the view. The commentary was informative but thankfully not continuous. Safety measures were adequately explained.


  • 10 Aug 2018

    ★★★★★

    Great cruise with knowledgeable captain


  • 11 Jun 2018

    ★★★★★

    good service and friendly staff


  • 11 Jun 2018

    ★★★★★

    We were lucky to have a fine day for our trip and were able to sit on the upper aft deck and enjoy the view. The commentary was informative but thankfully not continuous. Safety measures were adequately explained.