Boat Trips

Want to explore rivers, canals, waterways and coastal areas with your school group outside of the classroom? Want your pupils to experience the natural world and learn about these fascinating diverse environments that include many species of animal, vertebrates and marine wildlife (how/where they nest and their lifecycle) in their natural habitat and endless wild plant life. Taking your educational group on a boat trip can provide you access to these fascinating natural hidden gems.

Maybe you want your boat trip to cover specific topics such as: Geography, History, Biology, Environmental Studies and Biodiversity including past, present and future environmental impacts. Or you may want to study the fascinating landmarks and natural scenic views by boat for a fun relaxing reward trip.

One thing is for sure we have many boat trip options listed that provide different experiences from off the coast at sea on a trawler/sailing boat, countryside rivers studies by flat bottom boat to inner city cruises via clippers along the themes and extensive canal systems to explore by barge.

A surprising trip for young minds with river wildlife, not too much Shakespeare and a 200 hundred year old working lock.

Set in ten acres, surrounded by beaches and breath-taking landscape, OA Surfing Club is the perfect destination for your students, offering new exhilarating outdoor activities in Cornwall.
York City Cruise provides schools with the chance to experience river boat tours with entertaining and informative trips along the River Ouse, discover fascinating historical roman and Viking facts from your seat on the top deck.
All trips are designed to fit in with the national history KS1 and 2 curriculum. It highlights Bristol's local history, John Cabot and the discovery of Newfoundland, the famous Bristol pirate Blackbeard, and life on board a Tudor ship.
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