Lady Grace Boat Trips operates all year round with a variety of trips on offer. Day trip options are listed below:

  • 20-minute trip round Packing Shed Island - £20 for up to 6 people, £40 for up to 12 people
  • 1-hour Creeks Excursion - £50 for up to 6 people, £90 for up to 12 people
  • 2-hour Wildlife Trip - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people
  • 2-hour picnic trip - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people (picnic not included)
  • 3-hour return trip to Bradwell for lunch - £150 for up to 6 people, £220 for up to 12 people (lunch not included)
  • 3-hour return trip to Tollesbury for lunch - £150 for up to 6 people, £220 for up to 12 people (lunch not included)
  • All day return trip to Bradwell to walk to the Chapel - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people
  • 2-hour Sunset Picnic trip - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people
  • Evening return trip to Bradwell for dinner in one of the local pubs and return trip over sunset - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people
  • Evening return trip to Tollesbury for dinner in one the Harbour View Restaurant and return trip over sunset - £100 for up to 6 people, £180 for up to 12 people

To book one of the above trips please call 07791859624 now! Based on current government guidelines and restrictions, the boat trip is limited to one household per trip.

 

 

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