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Scenic Solent Cruises –Ryde Day Trip

Wednesday 17th July Depart: 09.15 Return: 18.00

Cruise to Ryde, on the Isle of Wight, and spend seven hours ashore at the island's largest town.  Why not visit the magnificent sandy beaches or one of the numerous local attractions. 

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Scenic Solent Cruises – Ryde & Osborne House

Wednesday 17th July Depart: 09.15 Return: 18.00

After the sea crossing to Ryde Pier Head collect the coach from Ryde promenade and be whisked away to Osborne House; Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's palatial holiday home.  

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Scenic Solent Cruises – Beaulieu

Wednesday 17th July Depart: 11.30 Return: 16.30

Cruise the Solent to the picturesque Beaulieu River which rises in Lyndhurst flowing south through the New Forest.  View Bucklers Hard from the water, once a significant shipbuilding centre.  Return via the north shore of the Isle of Wight.

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Scenic Solent Cruises – Caribbean Night

Friday 19th July Depart: 19.30 Return: 23.30

Be transported to the Caribbean without leaving the Solent on our Caribbean Evening Cruise. Imagine watching the sun descend on the horizon to the lilting sound of calypso songs played live by our steel band Hurricane Force.  Adults aged 18+ only. Supper included.

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No Room for Error - The Thai Cave Rescue by Connor Roe

Saturday, 20 July Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start.

When 12 young boys and their football coach got trapped in a cave in Thailand in June 2018, the world held its breath hoping for a miracle. Connor Roe was one of the British cave divers whose assistance was requested to bring about this 'miracle'. His talk will cover his cave diving experiences and his part in the rescue of the 13 young men and boys from that cave in northern Thailand. A truly remarkable tale.

£9 (includes refreshments)

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Scenic Solent Cruises – Grand Harbour Cream Tea

Sunday 21st July Depart: 14.00 Return: 16.30

A leisurely cruise (with commentary) of the historic Portsmouth Harbour to learn about its exciting past.  Home of the Navy since the middle ages and now a major commercial port and waterside leisure destination.  

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