Fish & Ships from Greenock
Explore the pretty sea lochs of Loch Long and Loch Goil then round your day off with a delicious Fish & Chips from the Bistro at the Beacon Arts Centre.BOOK NOW
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- The Beacon
Discover some of Scotland's stunning west coast scenery by exploring the sea lochs of the Clyde estuary. Explore the fjord-like lochs and relax on deck, with the chance of spotting porpoises or dolphins. Below deck our comfortable indoor saloon offers comfortable seating, out of the breeze, with drinks from the bar and freshly made coffee.
Round your day off with a delicious Fish & Chip meal from the popular Bistro at the Beacon Arts Centre!
We will book your Fish & Ships for approximately 1645-1700hrs when the boat returns to Victoria Harbour unless you tell us otherwise.
This Fish & Ships option is available with our 3 hour cruise on a Tuesday.
You will be emailed a voucher to take to the Bistro as payment.
The Bistro is just a 5 minute, short walk from your drop off point at Victoria Harbour. It is visible from the boat but our crew will be more than happy to direct you.
The Fish & Chips must be taken directly after or before your cruise, on the same day.
Offer only applies to Fish & Chips and not alternative dishes.
Any special, dietary requirements must be highlighted at the time of booking.
- Great as a gift!
- Perfect for a special day out.
- Waterside dining.
- Experience stunning west coast scenery.
- Keep your eyes peeled for Dolphins & Porpoises.
- Adult: £ 26
- 3 hrs
April to September
Tuesday Sailings Greenock (dep) 1330 Greenock (arr) 1630 Please note that this sailing does not stop at Blairmore
How to bookBook Online now to secure your seats.
An entertainment venue featuring a year round programme of performances, workshops and community events. The venue is also the home to a Bistro with beautiful panoramic views of the Clyde where you can enjoy a casual drink, lunch or pre-theatre meal.
The Beacon is situated at Customhouse Quay in Greenock and overlooks the spectacular views of River Clyde estuary towards the hills of Argyll and DunbartonshireBOOK NOW