No Visit to Scotland is complete without a tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Firth of Forth is simply overflowing with myths, turbulent history and fascinating marine wildlife. Join Forth Boat Tours on a 90-minute cruise on board one of their superb vessels. The cruises depart from South Queensferry, which is only a short distance from Scotland’s bustling Capital City of Edinburgh, and each year our friendly and professional crew entertain thousands of visitors with award winning cruises.
Customers are always looking for something different to freshen up their holiday itineraries. Our cruises are ideal for group trips and holidays. We operate all year round and have coach operator rates and driver incentives for all our cruises. Our facilities include:
- Dedicated coach parking
- Retail & restaurants
- Customer facilities
- Operate all year round
- Private charter
Our cruises are very distinctive and include such features as a trip on a heritage railway, complimentary cream tea and festive cruises with mulled wine and mince pies.
The Forth Sea Train Adventure offers your customers the best of both worlds with the flexibility of a Forth Boat Tours Three Bridges cruise and a trip on the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway. Travel on the heritage railway from Bo’ness station. Take a scenic ten-mile return train journey to Manuel along the Forth Estuary, through woodlands, past waterfalls and over the Avon Viaduct.
Join your Forth Boat Tours for their Three Bridges cruise at Hawes Pier, South Queensferry. For your comfortrelax on board in the observation lounge or on the outside decks and listen to the guided commentary while you enjoy a drink from the bar. Take in views of the Edinburgh skyline, the island of Inchcolm with its medieval abbey. During your tour, you will find plenty of opportunities to see a wide variety of marine wildlife including seabirds, porpoises and seals. You will also see the Three Bridges as you have never seen them before.
The Blackness Castle, Three Bridges cruise includes a complimentary cream tea and operates all year round. During the month of December, we offer mince pies and mulled wine. Take in views of Blackness Castle, the ship that never sails and which is featured in the TV series Outlander, and the films Outlaw King and Mary Queen of Scots. There are also views of Limekilns village, mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped. It was from Limekilns that David Balfour and Alan Breck were carried across the Forth in a rowing boat. You will also see the Three Bridges as you have never seen them before.
For more information or to discuss bookings and our coach operator rates contact Alastair Baird, Sales & Marketing Manager on 0131 331 3030