The hotel deal website myhotelbreak.com recently wrote a blog piece on Forth Boat Tours and this is what they had to say:
Here at myhotelbreak we know that to get the most out of your hotel break experience it needs to be something extremely special. We also realise that it’s vital to have several itinerary options near to where you’re staying. Whether that’s an activity or a day of exploration, a great hotel becomes an even better getaway experience with attractions nearby.
This year, take a day and experience Forth Boat Tours with myhotelbreak. We have loads of Edinburgh hotel deals that enable you to explore the greater Edinburgh area and take in a cruise.
Forth Boat Tours gives you the opportunity to experience Scotland in a unique way. The cruise attraction have several options for you to experience sites around Edinburgh, South Queensferry, Inchcolm Island and more.
Learn more about the cruise options available at Forth Boat Tours:
This is a great one to enjoy with the family. Kick back and relax with your friends with a snack or beverage from the on-board bar while you listen to the guided commentary that takes in the fantastic views of the Three Bridges, the Edinburgh skyline to the south and Fife in the north. Learn about the medieval abbey at Inchcolm and stories about the islands at Inchkeith, Inchgarvie and Inchmickery.
Included in one of the most popular cruises at Forth Boat Tours is the unrivalled views of the Three Bridges, enjoy time out on the observation deck and lounge and if you’re on the last cruise of the day, Scone, preserve and cream are offered.
Wildlife is plentiful during the Three Bridges Cruise. Keep an eye out for seals, seabirds and even porpoise. Ask a crew member for binoculars which are available for hire with a small refundable deposit. The tour lasts for around and hour and a half.
As well as getting to sample the magnificent Three Bridges, the next cruise available from Forth Boat Tours takes you by Blackness Castle which stands at the edge of the Firth of Forth. Situated at the port where the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow was served. Blackness used to be the home of the Crichton’s in the 15th century, one of Scotland’s powerful families. The castle was also used as a Royal Castle, a prison and even a garrison fortress.
As part of this cruise you get access to the observation lounge, great views and the option of a scone, preserve and cream with either tea or coffee from the café-bar. The tour lasts around 90 minutes.
There are other great options available at Forth Boat Tours such as the Three Bridges Bus & Boat Experience which picks you up right in the centre of Edinburgh at Waverly Bridge and takes you on a tour of South Queensferry then aboard one of the Forth Boat Tours fleet of vessels to see The Three Bridges.
Please check their website for further information on all cruises.
When you’re staying in Edinburgh this year, take in a cruise with Forth Boat Tours. See the area from a unique perspective and create lasting memories.< back