Menai Strait Cruises

Daily boat trips with stunning views

Daily sailing times

Sailing times – all 45 minute cruises unless we specify differently

Note: advanced booking recommended for all our trips to avoid disappointment. Call or text us on 07979593483.

Monday 26th – 11am, 12pm, 1.15pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm

Tuesday 27th – 11am  12.15pm, 1.30pm, 2.45pm and 4pm

Wednesday 28th – 11am 12.15pm, 1.30pm, . 2.45.pm and 4pm

Thursday 29th – 11.30am, 12.45pm, 2pm. 3.15pm and 4.30pm

Friday 30th – 12pm, 1.15pm, 2.30pm and 3.45pm

Saturday 31st – 45 minute trips at 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 5pm two hour cruise to the bridges at 2.30pm (fully booked)

Sunday 1st – 45 mi Ute trips at 1pm and 2.15pm, two hour cruise to the bridges at 3.30pm (some seats available).

To book your seats please call/text us on 07979593483 between the hours of 9am – 5pm.

When booking, please confirm the date and time of the sailing and the number of Adults and/or Children seats you want.

We’ll add sailing times for the week ahead by Sunday evening each week throughout the season. 

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.

Did you see us on ITV’s The Island Strait? If not here are some short clips of the Queen of the Sea and our pilot Emrys Jones 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 trips 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.

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