No. The prices you see advertised are what you pay. There are no hidden costs or taxes.
Whilst a ride on a power boat can be considered an adrenaline experience, the skippers ensure that the boat is driven according to the prevailing conditions. It is quite safe although if it’s your first time, you may be surprised at the level of the experience.
Not all passengers are suitable to engage in fast craft experiences. Very young children, elderly persons, people with reduced mobility and, in particular, pregnant ladies, post menopausal women, particularly those with a family history of osteoporosis, people with back or spine conditions and people with long term medical problems (particularly those who take steroids regularly) are examples of unsuitable passengers who will be exposed to increased risk.
The frail or elderly and those who cannot effectively brace themselves should also be discouraged from boarding. Passengers of many of the above descriptions have sustained injuries in the past. Refusal of passage for the above reasons can happen but will be handled with sensitivity.
There is no problem with eating before your trip. However if you are prone to motion or sea sickness then it would be best not to until you are back.
Like most trips, your belongings are brought along at your own risk. When thinking about what to bring remember that you are likely to get wet and the boat does bounce around as it goes through the waves or makes sharp turns. This is all part of the trip so store your things securely.
Some people suffer from motion or sea sickness more than others. If you experience any discomfort during the trip or feel you can’t continue just let the skipper or crew know and they will look after you. It may be prudent to take seasickness tablets beforehand such as Kwells or Stugeron. These are available from the Tesco store next to where we operate.
Our RIB’s do not have toilets on board. Our longest tour, the Sea Safari, lasts two hours. We have access to the marina facilities for our guests so they can use the toilet before and after their trip.
Unfortunately the marina doesn’t have its own car park. Please follow signs for ‘Quay Parking’ to use the multi-story. We are less than 100 metres away.
We have a limited supply of waterproof clothing that you can borrow from us for a small deposit. However, we can’t guarantee to have your size so please bring your own. You will get wet during your tour.
Whilst there isn’t a strict age limit, passengers need to be able to brace themselves without the help of other. Please read the medical question or contact us for more details using the form on the right.
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