Doon the Watter
Doon the Watter - NEW
Sailing 'doon the watter' has a long history in Glasgow, dating back to when the town's workers would escape by Clyde steamer from the factories and shipyards for either a day trip full of fresh air and beautiful scenery, or would head off for their holidays to Clyde resorts such as Rothesay and Dunoon.
Today, visitors to Scotland and Glasgow are rediscovering the delights of cruising on the Clyde. Enjoy this 2 hour 45 minute voyage of discovery along Scotland's River Clyde from Glasgow's city centre, sailing past the world famous Titan Crane - Scotland's unusual engineering landmark, which was at one time used to fit out liners and battle ships at the ship yards on the Clyde, and now the same engineering landmark status as the Eiffel tower and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
From there, you'll cruise down to the historical Dumbarton Rock - this fortress has a long and proud history of guarding the Clyde.
Dates and times
Sat 17 June
Sat 8, 15, 22, 29 July
Sat 12 Aug
Sat 16 Sep
In association with Clyde Cruises.
Book online via Clyde Cruises
Must be booked by 1800 on the day before sailing
Depart Yorkhill Quay near Riverside Museum 1300, sail to Dumbarton Rock, arrive back to Yorkhill Quay, near Riverside Museum 1545