2014 Steam & Cruise

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Paignton to Kingswear by steam train followed by a circular harbour cruise.

Fares 2014
Adult £21.50
Child (3-15) £12.50
Concession £19.50
Family (2ad + max 3ch) £56.50

Summer schedule and details:

Full day excursion. Steam & Cruise is the perfect day out if you have children as it has ultimate flexibility - you decide what train and cruise to go on!

Travel on the steam railway from Paignton to Kingswear, then cross the River Dart on our foot passenger ferry to Dartmouth, where you board one of our boats for a circular River Cruise (approximately 1 hour duration) around the river and estuary. The cruise takes you to the mouth of the river passing Kingswear & Dartmouth Castles, Dittisham village, Britannia Royal Naval College and Greenway House – home to the late Dame Agatha Christie.

Tell the children to keep their eyes peeled for the varied wildlife that can be seen – Dolphins, Seals, Herons, Egrets, Buzzards and Kingsfisher if you’re quick enough! Pick up a colouring in sheet in our Visitor Centre at Kingswear station. Why not get the children to colour in the wildlife they spot.

The River Cruise departs Dartmouth, (where the foot passenger ferry drops you off), daily at 11:30, 12:30 & 13:30 (plus 10:30 and 14:30 in the high season). There is no need to pre-book seats on this service.

On your return to Dartmouth there’ll be time to look around, go shopping and have some lunch before going back to Kingswear for your return steam train ride to Paignton. Or if it suits, back to Kingswear for an earlier train to Paignton. All inclusive ticket.

  • All trips begin by train from Paignton
  • At Kingswear board the foot passenger ferry to Dartmouth
  • Choose the harbour cruise from Dartmouth that suits you and your party
  • Back to Kingswear for the return journey to Paignton
     

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May I say how much everyone enjoyed the evening with the crew ensuring we all had a good trip. The caterers were superb and laid on a most enjoyable meal and the bar staff were most obliging.”

Mr Constable, June 10