Boating & Cruises in Gloucester

Enjoying a river cruise in Gloucester on a luxurious river boat is without doubt, one of the most pleasurable ways of enjoying the sights of the city. Whether its cruising down Gloucestershire’s many scenic rivers, this is a fantastic way to discover the many wonders of UK.

 

Make yourself a cup of tea and take in the view of regal swans under River Severn's famous and world's first Iron Bridge. A thin mist burns off the water as the day warms up in the morning sun. After they cast off, eat a home-cooked Full English Breakfast and fresh coffee served to your table.

 

This is Gloucester at its finest with crisp air, wildlife and amazing history in every direction. You don’t even have to move more than a few feet to see it. Just sit in the comfortable chairs in the saloon, bar or top viewing deck.

 

As the boat meanders gently down the river the Skipper talks about the local history and wildlife in a way which can only come from a family company. The more you will discover the more you will be fallen in love with the area bit by bit.

 

Stay on board all day and watch the world go by or take one of the tours included at every destination near Gloucester, knowing you don’t have to pay any extra. You decide. After all, this is your home from home with the added bonus of their crew doing everything for you!

English Holiday Cruises Ltd

English Holiday Cruises Ltd

English Holiday Cruises Ltd offers unique cruise holidays in England. Unpack once, relax and visit a new destination each day while they look after your every need. Join them for a river cruise holiday in the historic Cotswolds Severn vale.
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Saul Junction Marina

Saul Junction Marina

Ideally located at the junction of the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal and Stroudwater canal the position of Saul Junction Marina provides access to a range of cruising routes. From Gloucester, the canal offers access to the River Severn and on to Tewkesbury where the scenic River Avon meanders to the centre of Stratford-on-Avon and into the canal network.
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