Three Bridges Cruise - Forth Boat Tours - Best Price Tickets

Three Bridges Cruise - Forth Boat Tours - Best Price Tickets

Forth Boat Tours

Available to 31 October 2024

Book now from £20.00

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Sit back and relax on a river cruise of the Firth with Forth Boat Tours

Explore a UNESCO World Heritage site while listening to expert commentary and treat yourself to a beverage or a snack from the onsite bar and café. Be sure to keep an eye out for some of the marine wildlife of the area, including seals, puffins and if you're lucky, even a porpoise!

The tour will be centred around the iconic Three Bridges; The Forth Bridge, The Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing. The views also include beautiful panoramas of Edinburgh's skyline to the South and views of the islands of Inchcolm, Inchgarvie, Inchkeith and Inchmickery to the North. 

Guests are welcome to enjoy the sea breeze and views from the outside decks. If the weather is less inviting, the 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 Bridges as you have never seen them before.

All Cruises Include:

  • Year round sailing
  • Heated Indoor Salon
  • Café & Bar
  • Audio Commentary
  • Outdoor Viewing Deck
  • Toilets

Set sail on the Firth of Forth today with Fort Boat Tours!

Hawes Pier,
South Queensferry EH30 9TB
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How to find us

The cruises depart from Hawes Pier, located in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh. There is only limited parking available near the pier but there are several options for parking in the nearby area.

By car

Hawes Pier Car Park:

There is a small car park located next to Hawes Pier, which is operated by Edinburgh Council. The car park has a limited number of spaces and can fill up quickly.

South Queensferry Town Centre Car Parks:

There are several pay and display car parks located in South Queensferry town centre. Most are only a short walk from Hawes Pier. These include the Shore Road Car Park and the Rosebery Hall Car Park, which is located on Rosebery Avenue.

On-Street Parking:

There is limited on-street parking available near Hawes Pier and in South Queensferry town centre. However, parking restrictions limits may apply, so be sure to check the signs before you park.

  • Toilets
  • Café and bar
  • Limited parking

The Three Bridges Cruise lasts for 90 minutes and is a round trip

You will be able to see Inchcolm Island on this tour, but we will not be landing on it on this specific tour.

The boats are not specifically designed for disabled access; however, wheelchair users and people with limited mobility can still board. 
There is disabled parking at the promenade, close to the Hawes Pier. 
There is a wheelchair ramp which can be used at certain tide heights. 
There is no disabled toilet, although people with limited mobility do use the toilets on board.
Certain tide heights allow easier access to the boat (not as steep an incline on the gangway). They are safer and more comfortable for wheelchair users. 

Cruises depart from Hawes Pier in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh. 

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