We visited Plymouth as part of our 2021 holiday to Devon. Staying in Paignton we took the train to Plymouth on Monday 25th October 2021, it was just about a 1 hour journey and lovely to sit back and see the passing countryside and seaside towns.
After a walk from the railway station to the harbour we decided we would like to take a boat trip.
Plymouth boat trips are situated on the Commercial Wharf at Plymouth Docks, www.plymouthboattrips.co.uk they do various boat trips out from a 1 hour cruise to day and evening cruises. As we were only there for a few hours, we took the 1 hour cruise through to see the Royal Naval Dockyard, where the mighty warships and submarines await, this was a new cruise for 2021 and sets sail from where the Pilgrims set sail for America in 1620.
one of many naval boats you can see on this boat trip.
Price was £9.50 each adult which I thought was very good price, with commentary on the boat, the skipper very knowledgeable.
If you want to keep your feet on hard ground, why not take part in the Historic Plymouth Walking Tour, by Devon and Cornwall Tour Guides Ltd, a 2 hour most comprehensive walking tour available in Plymouth, that’s delivered by friendly, informative and accredited guides!
This photo was taken as part of our return trip to Devon and day trip to Plymouth in March 2022.