Blackness Castle and Three Bridges Cruise
(Includes a complimentary cream tea)
Book a sailing on a Wednesday or Thursday throughout January and February and we will include a complimentary glass of Prosecco
Tour Duration 90 mins.
Relax on board in the heated observation lounge or on the outside decks and listen to the guided commentary while enjoying your cream tea with friends and family.
Take in views of the Three Bridges as you have never seen them before. View Blackness Castle (as featured in Outlander and Outlaw King) and known as the ship that never sails. We pass Limekilns village, as mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson’e Kidnapped. It was from Limekilns that David Balfour and Alan Breck were carried across the Forth in a rowing boat. During your tour you will find plenty of opportunities to see a variety of marine wildlife including seals.
Adult: (16 to 59) £20.00
Consession: (60+) £18.00
Child: (5-15) £15.00
Please note dogs are not permitted on this cruise.
- Firth of Forth boat trip
- Unrivalled views of the Three Bridges
- Heated observation lounge or outside decks
- Fun day out with friends and family
- Complimentary Cream Tea (Includes: scone, preserve and cream with a choice of tea or coffee)
Wildlife & the Sights
During your tour, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see a wide variety of marine wildlife. In addition, you will get great views of Blackness Castle, as featured in Outlander, the historic coastline of Fife, and Britain’s second Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales which is under construction at Rosyth Dockyard. And, of course, you will get to see the three Forth bridges as you have never seen them before.
For Your comfort
There is a café-bar serving a selection of hot and cold drinks and light snacks. Guests are welcome to enjoy the sea breeze and views from the outside decks, some of which have weatherproof seating. If the weather is less inviting, the heated observation lounge has fantastic views. A guided commentary means you won’t miss a thing wherever you sit. And, of course, you will get to see the three Forth bridges as you have never seen them before.