Our daily 45 minute* cruises sail down to the South West entrance of the Menai Strait with fantastic views of the Snowdonia mountain range, Llanddwyn Island, Belan Fort, Isle of Anglesey and Caernarfon Castle from seaward.
Daily sailing times:
[all 45 minute trips unless specified otherwise]
Monday 28th September – 12.15pm only due to the tides
Tuesday 29th September – 11.45am and 1pm
Wednesday 30th September – 12.15pm and 1.30pm
Thursday 1st October – 11.30, 12.45pm and 2pm
Friday 2nd October – 12pm, 1.15pm and 2.30pm
Saturday 3rd October – 12pm, 1.15pm and 2.30pm
Sunday 4th October – 12pm, 1.15pm and 2.30pm
Call us on 07979593483 to reserve your seats – we’re taking advanced bookings for our 45 minute trips now as well as hour 2 hour cruises given the reduced number of passengers we can carry.
Please note: sailing times will be added on a Sunday evening for the week ahead. Times may be changed and trips cancelled depending on the weather, please check this page for up to date details daily.
In line with Government regulations, we’re taking all the necessary measures and operating with reduced numbers for the safety of our passengers and crew.
For the safety of everyone on board we’re encouraging passengers to remain seated as much as as possible during the sailings. Please feel free to bring your own refreshments on board as we won’t be selling any refreshments for the foreseeable future. The toilet will only be open for our 2 hour cruises for now regrettably.
Did you see us on ITV’s The Island Strait? If not here are some short clips of the Queen of the Sea from each episode:
At the height of the season we also run 2 hour cruises down to the famous Britannia and Menai Bridges and another in the opposite direction to the stunning Llanddwyn Island. These are very popular trip with breath taking views.
The Queen of the Sea is available for private hire throughout the season.
For more information call Doreen on 07979 593483.
*sailings will be a minimum of 45 minutes and 2 hours (depending on which trip you join us on). Sometimes tidal and weather conditions means that it can take a little bit longer to sail against the tide, so please allow for additional time.