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Forth Boat Tours

  • Edinburgh
  • Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Tours and River Cruises

Attraction Information

Join Forth Boat Tours on one of their family-friendly boat tours. You’ll get to see magnificent views of the Firth of the Forth, its iconic Three Bridge, and lots more local sights. Keep an eye on the water, as well. There are seals, puffins and other marine creatures to be spotted. 
Forth Boat Tours offer 2 different 90-minute cruises. Fancy a sightseeing experience, featuring the Edinburgh skyline and Kingdom of Fife? Choose the Three Bridges Cruise (April to October). It also stops at the historic island of  Inchcolm where you can hop off and enjoy a picnic at the medieval abbey. Interested in famous filming locations and alternative views of the Three Bridges? Take the Blackness Castle, Three Bridges & Cream Tea Cruise instead.
Want to see more of Scotland on your day out? Your Forth Boat Tours ticket gives you discounted entry to some of the best local attractions, including Camera Obscura, The Falkirk Wheel, The Royal Yacht Britannia & more. Way to make your money go further! 
  • Voted Scotland's Best Activity Day Out in 2019
  • See seals, puffins & other marine wildlife
  • Fantastic views of the Three Bridges

Opening hours

Please see website for details


General Admission
Adults (16+) from £15.00
Kids (5-15) from £8.00
Seniors (60+) from £14.00
Dogs from £1.00

Travel & Contact Information


Ticket Kiosk, Hawes Pier, Newhalls Road South Queensferry, Edinburgh, Edinburgh and Lothian, EH30 9TB, Scotland

Phone number

01313 313030



Click here to visit Forth Boat Tours' website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking nearby.

Yes, there are toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Yes, you can bring a picnic.

Yes, snacks are available.

Yes, Forth Boat Tours is wheelchair friendly.

Yes, Forth Boat Tours have stated they are pushchair friendly.

Dogs are welcome

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