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Oplev Belfast's pulserende maritime arv på en 1-timers sightseeingtur langs floden Lagan! Ombord på pramen, nyd en fortællet historie, når du passerer Harland og Wolffs tegningskontorer og Titanic Quarter og vidne til perler af Belfast's flåde- og skibsbygningstraditioner som det restaurerede HMS Caroline slagskib. Sommerbesøgende får mulighed for at se på den største sælkoloni i Nordirland!
1-timers Belfast sightseeingtur langs floden Lagan
Tag i seværdighederne i Belfast's Titanic Quarter, herunder Titanic glidebaner
Se HMS Caroline hos Alexandra Docks, og lær om hende om hendes rolle som et verdenskrig slagskib
Lyt til underholdende kommentarer om Titanic-arven, når du passerer Harland og Wolffs tegningskontorer
Krydstogter langs Musgrave Channel og se Nordirlands største sælkoloni (kun sommer)
Se det bedste af Belfast s maritime landemærker med båd! Om eftermiddagen, gå til Donegall Quay og bord din sightseeing pram for 1-timers tur ned Belfast's historiske arterielle vandveje, floden Lagan.
Langs krydstogtskibet får du imponerende udsigt over Belfast's nøgle nautiske landemærker og nyd fascinerende fakta og historier - som Titanic-historien - deles af din livlige guide. Se Harland og Wolff tegningskontorer, hvor Titanic blev designet. Derefter passerer Nordirlands Videnskabspark, det storslåede Titanic Quarter, et bifloder museum bygget på stedet for skibslanceringen, og Titanic Film Studios, hvor scener fra den populære Game of Thrones TV-serie er blevet filmet.
Cruise af Titanic glidebaner på vej til Alexandra Docks for en dosis af Belfast's naval historie. Se HMS Caroline, et smukt restaureret flådeskib, der fejres som det sidste overlevende skib fra Jyllandsslaget i 1917, før du leder til Stormont Wharf i Belfast Harbour. Forundre de enorme skibe - fra massive nye krydstogtskibe til industrielle lastskibe - som docker i denne dybe vandkøjle. Langs vejen til Stormont, passerer din båd gennem Musgrave Channel, hvor sommeren besøgende kan se Nordirlands største sejlavlskoloni.
Din tur løber tilbage til startpunktet på Donegal Quay, hvor du kommer fra land.
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, sep. 2019
Vi havde en dejlig dag ude med vores tre sønner, der er titaniske gale (aldre 5, 4, 2). Personalet var stort og lod drengene ind for at navigere i båden. Var meget sikker for drengene, og vi bragte en picnic ombord. Meget informativ, og vi fik se nogle tilbud, en ekstra bonus. Grundigt nød det, ifølge drenge var det den bedste "gyldne dag" nogensinde. tak skal du have
A very relaxing hour cruising down the River Lagan. The commentary was interesting and informative. There was an excellent cafe nearby for a cup of tea after the trip, which was very welcome as the weather was not the best.
Booked the Boat tour as part of our work cultural trip. The boat is very old and there were no refreshments available to buy on the boat. It was a very rainy day therefore we stayed downstairs. We were chatting amongst each other and were told to be quite. Wouldn't book it again
Thank you for your comments and I will certainly speak to the Crew about this Review. Refreshments are not provided on the boat, however, you were welcome to bring hot beverages and soft drinks on board with you. Fed & Watered Cafe is close by to the departure point. Perhaps if the weather had been drier and you were able to get outside and enjoy the views your comments would be encouraging. Please feel to contact me directly to discuss this further if you wish. Joyce
Make time and book a tour on the river Lagan.
We did the Titanic Experience the previous day and doing this boat tour the next day completed the picture. Commentary is live and audible. Very worthwhile experience.
The tour lasts about an hour. We were lucky with the weather but I could see this being unpleasant with even a bit of wind when on the land. The tour primarily focuses on the Titanic story, which will be repetitive if you have been to the Titanic Experience. The seals were visible the day we went, we had heard many groups had not seen them. We counted 49 of them on the way back. The second half of the tour is just sailing back to shore without any commentary. It was ok, but I had better experiences in Belfast.
On a Monday in July, at 12:30, I took the boat tour of the Lagan Dock Area the Titanic Quarter. The tour lasted an hour to the minute! and cost 12 pounds, though I added a 5 pound tip. The tour stared at Donegall Quay.
The boat was called The Mona and was quite small, but as there were only a dozen passengers there was plenty of room.
We left promptly at 12:30, the tour guide, whose name I dont know nor the helmsmans ? was quite informative, not just about the history of the docks, but also about current matters which ships and companies used the docks, were undergoing refit or repairs, etc. We sailed out along the west, Titanic, bank of the river.
The first stop was Belfast Marina, we just popped in while the guide introduced it and mentioned some of the boats and ships there. From there we sailed on round to the Titanic Quarter while we were told a potted history of the RMS Titanic and its construction.
The view from the boat gave a different perspective of the Titanic Quarter. Ive walked around it, but from the ground its hard to see the relationship between the parts and youre looking up at everything. From the river you get an unobstructed view, the Lagan is broader than I had expected. Titanic Belfast in particular looks very isolated viewed from the river and I got a better feel for it the way the corners look like the prows of ships was easier to see. Though when you stand below them, the way they loom over you is impressive too.
After the Titanic Quarter and Film Studios we sailed round to the Alexandra Docks to see the HMS Caroline and the dry docks. We also saw a huge to me, maybe its a normal sized or small! cruise ship Azamara Pursuit in for a refit. Her sister ship, the Azamara Journey was docked on the east bank.
Our last port of call was the Musgrave Channel. There is a small population of seals there, but because we arrived at high tide they werent conveniently basking on the shore for us to see. We saw a couple of their heads in the water though, like dogs swimming.
After this, slight, disappointment we had a leisurely fifteen-minute cruise back to Donegall Quay, this followed the east bank. We got to see the ships docked there and an even wider view of the west bank.
I thoroughly enjoyed this little excursion. It was only an hour long, but it gave me a much better overview of the area, and filled in a few gaps. I also got some nice photos and video, always a bonus. One reason it was so good was that the weather co-operated. The day was warm, there was almost no breeze and the water was like a mill pond. Very calm sailing there was absolutely no problem standing steadily and taking photos.
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