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Jenny Watts Boat Tour, 27 Aug - Experience AND 2023

Tour departs the Jetty, Pickie Funpark, Marine Gardens, Queen's Parade, Bangor, County Down, BT20 5AG
Birds eye view of Pickie towards Coastal Path with sold out note


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2023. Click here to see the full programme. 


Brian Meharg, author of the childrens book "Jenny Watts Legend" and skipper of the Ocean Crest, invites you on board, to hear the story of infamous smuggler, Jenny Watt while enjoying a cruise on the Bangor Boat around Bangor Bay.

Added perk
Ticket holders can enjoy 10% off their food bill and enjoy live music at Jenny Watts bar and restaurant, following the tour.

Things to note
Meet at the Jetty, beside Pickie Funpark.
Children can attend - they must be accompanied by an adult, no childrens concession ticket.
Please wear comfortable shoes and bring extra layers for the boat trip.

Boat trip is not wheelchair accessible

Terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions apply.

Getting there
There are a number of car parks available in Bangor city centre | Full list
The closest is the free car park on Queen's Parade.
A short stroll from there along the promenade beside Bangor Marina will lead you to Pickie Funpark and the Jetty is located beside the main entrance to the attraction.
From Bangor Bus and Rail Centre, walk 10-15 minutes down Main Street, cross the road to the Promenade, taking you past Bangor Marina onwards to the Jetty. For public transport information, visit Translink.



Online booking fee applies.

Alternative date: This tour also runs on Saturday 4 June.

All details subject to change.

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£14.00 per ticket

No concessions.
Booking fee applies.

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