Choice of 5 boat tours from Glasgow
50 Pacific Quay, G51 1EA
- usually £30.00
- save up to 59%
- deals sold
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Boat tour for two with Powerboats Glasgow; choice of 5 trips including a doughnut run, evening cruise and Erskine Bridge visit with stunning views - save up to 59%
- 2 adult tickets
- Choice of 5 trips with the family-run business
- Options to visit the Erskine Bridge and the conservation village of Rhu
- Great way to discover Glasgow whether you’re new to the city or a born-and-bred Glaswegian
- Rated 5/5 on TripAdvisor
Choice of trips
With today’s deal, you'll have a choice of trips departing from the Glasgow Science Centre with Powerboats Glasgow. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you can enjoy seeing the sights from the river as you enjoy an exhilarating doughnut run from Pacific Quay to Braehead where you’ll be able to enjoy a great discount at Krispy Kreme before being whisked back to the Quay.
Or, go for the sightseeing trip and you’ll get a unique perspective on Glasgow’s best-known landmarks as you’re whisked up the river to the Portland St suspension bridge and down to the Govan shipyards before returning back to Pacific Quay.
Enjoy an evening boat trip down the Clyde with the sundowner tour, complete with a beer or wine each for an idyllic night out.
The Erskine Bridge Blast tour takes you out of the city to the Erskine Bridge for a wonderful view down the estuary.
Or go all the way to the conservation village of Rhu with a four hour trip down the estuary. You’ll enjoy a discount for lunch at Café Rhu and a pint at the Rhu Inn on the marina to round off a stunning trip.
Great reviews on TripAdvisor
“The guys were so helpful and made us feel very comfortable. It’s the first time we’ve done a trip on a power boat, and it could not have been any better. Thank you so much for giving us a great experience, I would highly recommend anyone to give it a go.”
“Fab experience for all. Several sweeps up and down the Clyde and under bridges at speeds from a slow donder to a breathtaking sprint and a fun burl about the dock behind the Science Centre. Left us all grinning!”
“Was great fun and a unique way to see Glasgow. Born and brought up in Glasgow, it was great to see it from this angle.”