Holy Loch Marina with time ashore

Sun 25th September 10am-1pm. Only a few spaces remaining. Adults £33, children £15

26.9.22-12.12.22 Private hire of boat with crew for this half-day trip £400

This trip takes you westwards past Kilcreggan and across Loch Long to the sheltered waters of the beautiful Holy Loch, which was used as a British submarine base during World War 2. From 1961-92 it was a US Navy submarine base, and you could have seen Chevrolets and Cadillacs driving around Dunoon!

You will have about an hour ashore when you could walk to the war memorial at Lazaretto Point, visit the marina cafe, or just sit on the benches next to the marina office, absorb the beautiful scenery, and watch all the boat activity.


3 hours

up to 12 people

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Helensburgh Shoreline and The Sugar Boat

One final trip remaining in 2022 – Sun 25th Sept 2-3pm  .


On this fascinating boat trip, you will motor along from Rhu Marina to Helensburgh Pier, viewing the sights and the buildings in town from a whole new perspective – you may not even recognize the new swimming pool!  Then the boat will circle closely round the Sugar Boat, and you will hear the history of this iconic feature. There’s a chance to see local wildlife, such as seabirds, seals, porpoises and if we are very lucky, dolphins.

We have a very comfortable, spacious & stable boat with a choice of indoor or outdoor seating for all passengers, a toilet, and complementary tea, coffee & local Helensburgh tablet. Adult price: was £25 now £18.

To request the whole boat for your own private one hour trip at a date and time to suit you, (£180), click here

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1 hour

1-12 people

Adult £18

Over 65 £18

Child £9

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Sugar Boat via the Port Glasgow Shipyards

One final trips remaining this season Sun 25 Sept 3.30-5.30pm


On this 2 hour trip, you will travel from Rhu Marina across to Greenock, past the Tail O’ The Bank, getting a close up view of the main cruise liner terminal in Greenock, and the container ship dock. You will see how wide and quite how shallow the Clyde is at this point as you travel east up the narrow dredged channel, passing James Watt Dock and Great Harbour, two of the original docks that made Greenock famous. When we reach Port Glasgow, you will see the last remaining shipyard on the lower Clyde, Ferguson Marine, and its two partially completed CalMac ferries that have been much in the news recently, before we return and circle the Sugar Boat Wreck on the way back. Truly, a trip with a difference. Adult price: was £40 now £33.

To request the whole boat for your own private two hour trip on a day and time to suit you (£330), click here .

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2 hours

1-12 people

Adult £33

Over 65 £33

Child £15

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