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We thought the price of £6.50 for a 30 minute cruise to see some amazing views and to get some interesting history was money well spent. Great photo opportunities to see the Castle from a different view. Very relaxing for us all.
We took their short cruise on a dull day, but the views from the river are great. You get to see Telford's bridge up-close and to see Conwy Castle from a different angle. A nice way to spend some time.
We rocked up just in time for a 30 minute mini-cruise on the Queen Victoria, costing £6.50 per person. There were good views of the castle and up the Conwy Valley. We saw egrets and herons. There was a view of Wales' second highest mountain,...More
Up river cruise. what a waste of money, nothing to see except the nice view of the castle. It said you could see snowdonia, but you couldn’t actually see it. we were given a little bit of history about the bridge and that was it....More
Almost exactly half an hour for £6.50 compares well to say the entry to a theme park for VFM (It generally cost around four times as much).
I went on a much better one in canarffon harbour around the same price but if i remember...More
This was the first time our grandson had been on a boat and he loved it.....the people aboard were very friendly and the boat even had a toilet for little boys that couldn't wait lol. We enjoyed the trip immensly and would take another now....More
For about 30 minutes, you'll sail along the estuary, giving views of the bay, the Great Orme, Conwy castle and quay and surrounding countryside. The crew are friendly and helpful, there's some voice overs giving pertinent information throughout and they even serve hot drinks to...More
A nice little 30 minute trip around the harbour and out to the sea, real time commentary would have been better that the tape they had playing. The boat was really empty so plenty of room.
Well worth the £6.50 per person