A list of Glasgow Boat Trips along the River
Clyde, on Loch Lomond, Loch Catrine and to Islands in
the southwest of Scotland.
With each Glasgow Boat Trip company listing, is
relevant information, links to websites, postcodes,
and maps, reviews, images and telephone numbers where
Click on Post-Codes for Maps & Reviews.
Riverside Museum to the Clyde & Sea
Lochs. One of the most exciting things to do in
Glasgow, a fast powerboat ride or boat trip through
Glasgow City on the Clyde or on other tours lasting
from 1 hour to a 5 hour tour of the Clyde Estuary and
its Sea Lochs. Tel: 0141 221 1070.
Website . G3 8RS
Glasgow Science Centre to Loch Long, Loch Fyne &
Western Isles . The Waverley Paddle Steamer steams
out of Glasgow, from May until August. The main day
from Glasgow is a Sunday but there are other days as
well. This is the only sea going paddle steamer in
the world. The Science Centre is close to Glasgow
centre with a large inexpensive car park. Tel: 0141
Website . G51 1EA . Image
From Glasgow Riverside Museum to visitor attractions
along the Clyde. For the Clyde's shipbuilding past at
the Titan Crane, its future at the Glasgow Science
Centre, and the top shopping experiences of Buchanan
Street and Braehead. Also boats for Charter such as
Weddings and Corporate Events. Also longer trips out
to the Sea Lochs. Tel: 01475 721 281.
Website . G3 8RS
Glasgow City Boats
We can cater for birthday parties, hen and stag do's,
family days out, photography, sightseeing, water
taxis, or any other service or place you may want to
visit. We also offer training courses. Tel: 0141 266
Website . G3 8AZ
Isle of Bute Ferry
From Wemyss Bay 33 miles west. One of the most
popular boat trips from Glasgow is the crossing from
to the scenic town of Rothsey on the Island of Bute. There are
regular inexpensive Trains from Glasgow Central Train
Station to Wemyss Bay. The crossing takes about 35
minutes on one of two modern ferries with catering on
board. Ferries run all day about every hour. Price
about £8 return.
Website . Map
19 miles northwest of Glasgow. Sweeney's Cruises is a
family run organization that has been operating boats
Lomond for over 100 years. They operate five
passenger boats: Astina, Silver Marlin, Lomond
Duchess, Lomond Sunrise and Glen Falloch. Regular
Trains run between Glasgow and Balloch. Tel: 01389
Website . G83 8SS
From Luss, 26
miles northwest of Glasgow. Loch Lomond Leisure's
luxury speedboat tour is one of the most memorable
and exciting ways to view Loch Lomond. You can cruise slowly
throughout the many Islands, or travel much faster
when in open waters with constantly changing scenery!
Tel: 0333 577 0715.
Website . G83 8NZ
From Tarbet, 34
miles northwest of Glasgow. Cruise Loch Lomond. gives
an experience of the serenity of the loch from the
comfort of one of five vessels. Ideal for
entertaining clients or colleagues, getting married
on board, or celebrating a special occasion. Tel:
01301 702 356.
Website . G83 7DE
From Trossachs Pier 32 miles north of Glasgow.
The historic steamship Sir Walter Scott has cruised
these waters for over a century. Cruises depart from
the Trossachs Pier or Stronachlachar.
Website . FK17 8HZ
Largs - Isle of Cumbrae
32 miles southwest at Largfs Yacht Haven. Cumbrae
Voyages gives marine adventures and wildlife tours
around the beautiful Islands of the lower Clyde.
Fully interactive expeditions depart from Largs, onboard the
custom built, 12 seat, Rigid Inflatable Boats.
Regular Buses run between Glasgow and Largs. Tel:
0845 257 0404.
Website . KA30 8EZ
Girvan - Isle of Ailsa
56 miles southwest of Glasgow from Girvan Harbour.
See spectacular bird and wildlife around Ailsa Craig,
an ideal location for bird enthusiasts and
hillwalkers. Daily Sailings from Girvan Harbour, all
year round, weather permitting, on a fully licenced
vessel that can carry 12 passengers per trip. Many
years of experience. Buses run between Glasgow and
Girvan. Tel: 01465 713 219, Mobile: 0777 3794
Website . AS Page . KA26 9AJ