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Fast Powerboat Trips On The Clyde.

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How To Book Or For Information About A Clyde Fast Boat Trip.

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  • Seaforce provides Glasgows most fun fast boat trip! The Original Clyde Ride! Glasgow city centre,shipyard tours and boat trips down the Clyde estuary. Local trips and boat trips farther afield.

  • The most experienced fast boat skippers on the Clyde
  • Easy booking system
  • No pages and pages of terms and conditions
  • No height restrictions,
  • No weight restrictions
  • All passengers fitted with lifejackets
  • We even have lifejackets to fit babies from 3 months of age upwards! Our most senior passenger was 97!

    Do You Have Limited Mobility?

    If you have limited mobility please contact us in advance of your trip so we can have things prepared to make sure you have an enjoyable time with us. We can take wheelchairs on one of our boats and as long as you are happy for us to physically assist you onboard we would be delighted to take you out.


    Our Top Clyde Boat Trip Destinations.

  • Glasgow City Centre.
  • The Erskine Bridge.
  • Dumbarton Rock.
  • Kilcreggan
  • Somewhere else in mind? Let us know
  • We are based right in the heart of Glasgow

    The Clyde fast boat trips operate from The Tall Ship at the Riverside Museum. 150 Pointhouse Place, Glasgow G3 8RS


    Opening Days

    We are open every day of the year except the 25th December and 1st January

    Opening Times

    1st March till 31st August

    10am till 10pm

    1st September till 28th February 10am till 8pm

    How To Book A Clyde Fast Boat Trip.

    For information on the fast boat trips on the Clyde please call 0141 221 1070 or emailhere or for a quick response please text Greg on 07545903626 up till 8pm 7 days a week.

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    For specific details on each of the trips including the longer fast boat trips we do please click on the panel on the left.

    How The Fast Boat Trips Work.

    10am Till 1pm. This is for groups of 8 or more adult passengers of the equivalent in adults and children, 2 children equals 1 adult that wish to book.

    1pm till 5pm. This is for Clyde Ride passengers. Individuals smaller parties and groups. When you arrive at our base if you head for the ticket office in front of the Tall Ship (it is a glass pavilion style structure) and book on the next trip or a later one if you wish. The times of the trips are:

  • 1pm
  • 2pm
  • 3pm
  • 4pm
  • 5pm
  • If it starts to become very busy we put extra trips on at the half hour as well meaning you will never have long to wait

    Please note that between the 1st September and 30th March we require a minimum of 5 passengers for the rides to go ahead. We also may reduce the amount of trips per day during bad weather or extremely quiet periods.

    If you have a group of 5 or more passengers please contact us ahead of time to make sure you get a booking.

    The boat trips run from the Kelvin Harbour on the right hand side of the museum, we do not have perfect waiting facilities so please make your way down to the harbour to pick up your boat trip 5 minutes before the time you are booked in for. We then get you kitted up with your lifejackets before we set off.

    5pm till 10pm. This is for larger groups to book

    We can also take group bookings between 1pm and 5pm. If you are not part of a group and wish to go out please contact us to see if there are any spare seats on any of the group trips.

    Information About The Other Boat Trips In Glasgow That We Do.

    We run the longer boat trips from our base in Glasgow to order for groups and individuals. There are minimum passenger number requirements. Full details on all of these trips can be found by clicking on the panel on the left on this page. We tend to run the longer ones on demand so please contact us for details on what longer trips are avilable.

    Please note that during the winter season the rides schedule may be affected by weather conditions.

    Do We Ever Cancel?

    Only under extreme and unusual circumstances such as If when we have had sustained rain, strong winds and unusually high tides it then very occasionally washes lots of dead trees, branches and other debris off the banks of the Clyde, this can be quite hazardous and we would be forced to cancel some trips even at the time of your arrival till the river flushes itself clear with a few changes of tide. If this happens we will do our best to let you know in advance, it is rare but we need to make our passengers aware of it.We do not mind going out in the rain if you are happy to do so, unless of course its absolutely torrential then common sense has to come in to play.

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