Update September 2018
We now expect the Forth & Clyde route to Glasgow to be accessible again for Easter 2019.
Our Falkirk base is at the foot of the famous Falkirk Wheel in Scotland. This is the world’s first rotating boat lift, which gives boats and boaters an uplifting ride as they move west onto the Forth and Clyde Canal or East to the Union Canal.
Cruising west can take you to the centre of Glasgow which is known for being one of the most lively and cosmopolitan cities in Europe. It has been reborn as a centre of style and vitality set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture. So if you like tradition and modernity then Glasgow is the place for you.
The Union Canal on the other hand will take you all the way to the heart of historical Edinburgh. Princes Street is applauded for a great shopping experience and Edinburgh Castle and Zoo are great attractions for a fun, exciting day out.
For more information about bookings and Marine Cruises narrowboat holidays contact:
Marine Cruises, Nursery Cottage, Liverpool Road, Moston, Chester, CH2 4BA
Tel 01244 373911
Marine Cruises Ltd: VAT Reg No. 692 3597 92
A rover ticket will be charged by Scottish Canals to the customers of the Boat Provider for use of the Lowland Canals. This will be a flat charge of £25 for any holiday over three nights. Use up to three days will be charged at £15. This ticket will be administered by Scottish Canals through their website and office. The Boat Provider will be obliged to inform the customers’ of the need for payment of the Rover Ticket when booking the holiday, but actual payment will be taken on the first day of the holiday at the office at the Location. The price of the Rover Ticket will be reviewed annually by both parties, with a view to it increasing over time as long as it does not impact on occupancy numbers. If this were to be the case the level of the rover ticket charge would be reviewed.