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City Cruises Poole

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Referred to by some as the jewel of England’s south coast, by others as simply a brilliant day out; City Cruises Poole will take you on a journey across the waves to discover the beautiful Jurassic coastline on an epic family cruise.


There’s nothing quite like being out at sea - the wind in your hair and smell of seaweed are a welcome escape from landlubber life. Poole Harbour is a fantastic place to learn about hte historic backdrop, plus it’s a particularly lovely spot to catch some waves as it’s Europe’s largest natural harbour! A Cruise will give you plenty of time to marvel at the castle on Brownsea Island and the glorious golden beaches of Sandbanks.

In 70 minutes, travel along the Jurassic Coast and ask your guide to explain the historic significance of the area. The view is made up of dramatic drops, chalky white cliff faces and if you’re lucky, the odd puffin! Jump aboard the Sea Train Adventure to explore the area by rail and water or hop off at one of the water shows for a coastal education.

  • 70 minute round coastal cruise
  • Explore the Jurassic Coast and the islands of Poole harbour
Authentic steam train ride to Corfe Castle or Norden

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Last Entry

There are set sailing times throughout the day.

Pricing

General Admission
Harbour Cruises 
Adults: £12.00
Kids: £7.50
Jurassic Cruise
 
Adults: £15.00
Kids: £10.50
Sea Train Adventure
Adults: £27.00
Kids: £19.00
Day Return Ticket
 Adults: £17.50
Kids: £12.00
Sandbanks Harbour Cruise
Adults: £10.00 C
Kids: £5.00.
Under 5's go free
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Location

Address

The Quay,
Poole,
Dorset,
BH15 1HJ,
England

Phone number

02077 400400

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Weather

All sailings are subject to tide and weather permitting.

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