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Discover Spring Magic: Cruise with Kingfisher Cruises

As the season of renewal unfolds, there is no better way to embrace the beauty of spring than by embarking on a serene canal boat journey with Kingfisher Cruises. Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Lancashire, these tranquil waterways offer an enchanting escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Experience Lancashire from a new vantage point as you leisurely cruise along the historic Lancaster Canal. From quaint villages to verdant meadows, each bend in the waterway reveals a new facet of the region’s charm. Spot wildlife along the banks, listen to the soothing sounds of birdsong, and marvel at the tranquillity that envelops you.

Whether planning an afternoon trip, a family adventure, or a gathering with friends, Kingfisher Cruises offers a range of tailored experiences to suit your preferences. Choose from a variety of boat trips to suit your requirements.

Kingfisher Cruises, hospitality is paramount. From the moment you step aboard, you’ll be greeted by friendly and knowledgeable staff dedicated to ensuring your trip exceeds expectations. Whether you need assistance with navigation or recommendations for local attractions, their expertise and warmth will enhance your canal boat experience.

By choosing Kingfisher Cruises for your springtime escapade, you will be supporting a local, family-owned business committed to showcasing the beauty of Lancashire.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the beauty of Lancashire from a unique perspective this spring. Book your canal boat trip with Lancaster Canal Boats – Kingfisher Cruises today and embark on an unforgettable adventure that promises to delight, inspire, and enchant.

 

Special offer for March & April only £15pp
NEW Lune Aqueduct Breakfast Cruises
Book by phone & quote ‘Lancaster District Magazine’ 01524 389410

 

 

Some of the most popular cruises include:

 

Fish & Chip Cruise
A great way for you, your family, and your friends to enjoy sailing the Lancaster Canal! We collect freshly cooked Fish & Chips en route as we cruise past the garden of the award-winning Turners Chippy at Bilsborrow. These are served to your table, whilst you relax and enjoy the fabulous scenery.

 

 

Our Original Lune Aqueduct Cruise with Easter Eggs and coloring activities for the kids.
Voted Lancaster’s top tourist attraction and one of the waterways’ seven wonders, the Lune Aqueduct cruise is more popular than ever. Join the cruise at the mooring at Aldcliffe Road, a short distance from the centre of the city. On departing, we cruise past the refurbished mills, once the home of the local company of Storey Brothers, famous for its plastics and wallpapers. A great view of the magnificent spire of the cathedral is captured as the boat passes underneath. Once through the city centre the boat cruises through the suburban outskirts and into the North Lancashire countryside before arriving at the the 100-foot structure that is the Lune Aqueduct. Subject to weather conditions passengers may alight and take in the views from the top of the Aqueduct. These views include the cityscape, the river Lune itself, and on a clear day, as far as North Yorkshire and the flat-topped hill of Ingleborough

Barton Grange Cruise
While visiting Barton Grange, take the opportunity to join us on one of our cruises from Barton Grange. Take the opportunity to meander along the Lancaster Canal and out into the North Lancashire countryside. This scenic cruise features attractive scenery and views of the Bowland Hills, not to mention the wildlife that abounds on the canal.

 

 

Lune Aqueduct Breakfast Cruise
Voted Lancaster’s top tourist attraction and one of the waterways’ seven wonders, the Lune Aqueduct cruise is more popular than ever. Join the cruise at the mooring at Aldcliffe Road, a short distance from the centre of the city. On departing, we cruise past the refurbished mills, once the home of the local company of Storey Brothers, famous for its plastics and wallpapers. A great view of the magnificent spire of the cathedral is captured as the boat passes underneath. Once through the city centre, the boat cruises through the suburban outskirts and into the North Lancashire countryside before arriving at the the 100-foot structure that is the Lune Aqueduct. Subject to weather conditions, passengers may alight and take in the views from the top of the Aqueduct. These views include the cityscape, the river Lune itself, and on a clear day, as far as North Yorkshire and the flat-topped hill of Ingleborough.

Barton Grange Evening Fish & Chip Quiz Cruise
A great way for family and friends to enjoy sailing the Lancaster Canal in style. Freshly cooked delicious fish & chips are collected en-route as we cruise past the garden of the award-winning Turner’s Chippy at Bilsborrow. These are served to your tables whilst you relax and enjoy the fabulous scenery. A fun and engaging (optional) quiz completes this entertaining cruise.
Vegetarian and coeliac meals can be arranged if booked in advance, and most other dietary requirements can also be accommodated, please ask

Afternoon Tea Cruise
This peaceful cruise departs from and returns to Barton Grange Marina. Delicious afternoon teas are served to you on three-tier stands and include a selection of finger sandwiches (ham, chicken, egg mayo, savoury cheese), mini wraps (tuna mayo, prawns in seafood sauce with lettuce)
Large fruit scones with jam and cream and two cakes per person
served with tea or coffee.

 

The Original Lune Aqueduct Cruise
Voted Lancaster’s top tourist attraction and one of the waterways seven wonders, the Lune Aqueduct cruise is more popular than ever. Join the cruise at the mooring at Aldcliffe Road, a short distance from the centre of the city. On departing, we cruise past the refurbished mills, once the home of the local company of Storey Brothers famous for its plastics and wallpapers. A great view of the magnificent spire of the cathedral is captured as the boat passes underneath. Once through the city centre, the boat cruises through the suburban outskirts and into the North Lancashire countryside, before arriving at the the 100 foot structure that is the Lune Aqueduct. Subject to weather conditions, passengers may alight and take in the views from the top of the Aqueduct. These views include the city scape, the river Lune itself and on a clear day as far as North Yorkshire and the flat topped hill of Ingleborough.

 

Cruises run from 11th March – 18th October. Click the advert below or call 01524 389410 to book your cruise.

 

*** EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL OFFER for March & April only £15pp ***
NEW Lune Aqueduct Breakfast Cruises
Book by phone & quote ‘Lancaster District Magazine’ 01524 389410

www.kingfishercruise.co.uk

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