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'Jubilee Queen' Cruise from Padstow -

<B><I>'Jubilee Queen' </I>Cruise from Padstow</B>

Date: Thursday 21st September 2017
Time: 15:15

'Jubilee Queen'

Cruise from Padstow

Enjoy a guided voiced tour of this historic coastline with a history stretching back thousands of years. Experience maritime life, vessels of the sea, beautiful scenery, secluded beaches, sheltered coves and tiny fishing communities. See Puffins, Cormorants, Hawks, Fulmars, Gannets, Herons, Swans and Egrets swoop through the skies and dive in to the waters.

Watch schools of Dolphins dance in the sun alongside the boat, fish of all types, Rays, Jelly fish and Sharks patrolling the seas, Common and Grey Seals sunbathing on the rocky shore.

No two days at sea are the same, there is always something different to see!

Typically we cruise from Padstow out of the Camel Estuary in to the Atlantic Ocean and then head East past the popular destinations of Rock, Daymer Bay and Polzeath, up past The Rumps and Pentire Point and The Mouls rock, passing Hawkers Cove, St Georges Well and touring sheltered coves like Ephaven and Port Quin before returning back to Padstow.

Our crew have a combined experience of over 70 years at sea, either as coastal and deep sea fisherman, or as RNLI crew, and this unparalleled local knowledge combines to make your cruise a truly unique experience.

Trip times and pick up locations vary every time in conjunction with the tides and the weather.
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NB Dogs on short leads can be taken on the cruise.  No charge

Click for info  Disabled Access  River Camel Cruises  The Small Print

Tickets in advance :   ( Tickets can be sent to any Mobile phone )
Adults : £15.00
Under16s : £10.00
Under5s : '1p' Free Ticket

Disabled Access
Due to the unspoilt charm of the harbour and area, disabled access isn’t always easy. Our crew are very willing to assist as much as possible with embarking and disembarking.

Due to MCA rules a person in a wheelchair is not allowed to stay in the wheelchair on the boat but, as long as the passenger is able to sit on the boat, any wheelchair will be stored safely on their behalf.’

River Camel Cruises
We also offer cruises up the River Camel to Wadebridge when the tides are high, taking in the gorgeous countryside views and estuary wildlife, following the route of the old Wadebridge to Padstow Railway, now known at The Camel Trail.

The Small Print
All cruises are subject to change due to weather and sea conditions. The times of the cruises may vary slightly to the published times but all up to date information will be placed on the website.

If the minimum number of passengers for a trip (15) is not reached then the trip will not go ahead but passengers will be offered an alternative trip which they can take within seven days. If this is not possible a voucher will be issued for use within 12 months.

If you cancel or do not arrive in time for the trip departure no refund or exchange will be given.’

You may like to contact CRBO with your access requirements before placing your order.

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