York Boat Cruises
Flowing straight through the centre of York, the River Ouse is the perfect setting for a boat trip or cruise through the historic city. The Company Yorkboat have a whole host of cruises.
Yorkboat Daytime City Cruises.
From the 5th of February to the 27th of November 2011, the daytime cruises operate daily begriming from the Kings Staith Landing at 10.30 (you can catch it at 10.40 from the Lendal Bridge Landing) through out the day till the last departing at 15:00 from Kings Staith Landing (Lendal Bridge Landing 15:10pm) The cruise if a perfect way to spend 3/4 of an hour, with the opportunity to have a relaxing drink from the boats bar.
Yorkboat Floodlit Cruise
The Floodlit Cruises run on the Friday/Saturday/Sunday in April/May/September/October and every evening of June/July/August an takes 70 minutes where you can experience the many riverside attractions lit up by the boats own floodlights. During June-August you up to experience the riverside sights of Bishopethorpe Palace, home to the Arch Bishop of York
Yorkboat Santa Cruises
Get to meet the man himself. Santa takes to the River Ouse for a hour long cruise. And as well as face painting, magic bells and refreshments, Santa will give each child a personalised present. You are advised to book early on 01904 628324 to avoid disappointment.York boat also do many other cruises for all occasions through out the year. An ideal way to take a York boat trip.
Please visit their web site for further detail.
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