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Quays Adventures

Salford M50 3AZ, UK (0)
from/per person 9
  • City sightseeing
  • Audio guide
  • Bar on Board
  • Dogs allowed
  • Groups allowed
  • Toilets
  • Tour guides


Description

Salford Quays Mini Cruise

Hop aboard the Princess Katherine for one of our boat trips around the Salford Quays and Manchester Ship Canal.  This 60 min river trip gives you an insight into the history of the area and a unique view of Manchester including Media City, Old Trafford and the disused dry docks.

Salford Quays is quickly becoming a must do on the list of Manchester’s places to visit with the Imperial War Museum, Lowry Arts Theatre, BBC & Granada studios as well as the Lowry Outlet and a host of bars and restaurants it’s the perfect place to spend the day.

Tea and coffee is available on all our sightseeing boat trips, or you can choose something stronger from the fully stocked bar while you cruise along the waterway. The boat departs from Salford Quays only.

See below for what little adventure we have for each trip!

All tickets are return from just outside the Pier 8 restaurant at Salford Quays.

  • Old Trafford Football Ground
  • Pomona Docks
  • Mode Wheel Locks
  • Fully stocked bar serving teas, coffees or something stronger
  • Outside seating available on first come first served basis
  • Purpose built dutch style sightseeing boat
  • Toilets

Our Mini Cruise Adventures –

Pooches & Prosecco:

Take to the water with a glass of Prosecco and man’s best friend on this amazing trip around Salford Quays. Bring your pooch along to the trip and get a free glass of Prosecco to enjoy as we cruise by the city sites (max one glass of Prosecco per passenger, no limit on the pooches…)

Departing Salford Quays:

Pier 8, M50 3AZ, just by the Pier 8 Restaurant underneath the Millenium Footbridge


Schedule

Mini Cruise Adventures
19th OctoberPooches & Prosecco
TBCTBC

We do not accept Stag parties on our Quays Adventures trips, these need to be booked privately.

All sailings are subject to the weather and the levels of the River Irwell.

There is no stop at the city centre on these trips.