Number 7 Boat Trips in Bristol: perfect party boats for every occasionPosted on: 18 May 2018
Number Seven Boat Trips are the number one name in aquatic excursions around Bristol, with an extensive flotilla capable of catering your every nautical need. Party on the river? Climb aboard.
Richard Rankin and his team provide an excellent service not only in running the previously heavily subsidised Cross Harbour ferry and City Centre - Hotwells and City Centre - Temple Meads routes at zero cost to the taxpayer but also provide superb cruises and private trips all through the year.
Whether simply for a hop across the harbour on its failsafe ferry service, or for an alternative take on a hen or stag do, Number Seven Boats have a vessel suited to every Bristol occasion.
Operating a fleet of boats with a wide range of size and functionality, Number Seven can be hired to suit your whim. The competitively-priced private hire (which include party boats, Avon Gorge cruises and simple transport), can be booked for any of the watertight flotilla below.
A 3/4 covered boat with a capacity of 50 persons, the option to fully uncover the deck makes it suitable for all seasons. Catch it cruising up and down the Avon Gorge.
A rather zippy open boat with a capacity of 28 persons, first choice for the speed-thirsty thrill-seekers.
A covered boat with a capacity of 36 persons, its bar and built-in soundsystem make it the ideal party boat.
A fully covered boat with an open deck out front and a capacity of 28 persons. Its retractable sun-roof makes it perfect for fine-weather family excursions.
The 26-seater open-topped HMS Mercury is the little sister of Number 7.
The trusty vessel Mary Brunel operates a cross-harbour ferry service, seven days a week.
All boats are certified by the MCA and are crewed by qualified boatmasters and mates.
For more information call 0117 9293659 or visit the Number Seven Boat Trips website.
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