Forth Boat Tours
The Firth of Forth is an estuary of Scotland’s River Forth and is perhaps most well know for the Forth Bridges, three impressive structures and major landmarks of this area. The Forth Bridge is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered to be a huge feat in engineering. The Forth Road Bridge is dedicated to public transport, cyclists and walkers since the opening of the Queensferry Crossing in 2017, the longest three tower, cable stayed bridge in the world. As well as being tourist attractions these bridges still provide major transport links between Edinburgh and Fife.
The Firth of Forth is also home to many Islands and boat trips are without a doubt the best way to get around and see them all. Cruises include the iconic Three Bridges and Inchcolm Island tour and the Blackness Castle, Three Bridges and cream tea cruise. Ask us to pre-book these for you.
For the bold amongst you, celebrate Hogmanay here and take part in the annual “Loony Dook” where hundred of people arrive en masse to plunge into the chilly waters to shake off their hangovers!