Published: 17th January 2013
Windermere Lake Cruises will be showcasing a range of value for money, family days out at BOBI (Best of Britain and Ireland) 2013.
We will be at the Birmingham’s NEC, 13-14 March 2013, for the event alongside a number of other key Cumbrian attractions such as the Lakeland Motor Museum.More Info
Published: 5th December 2012
With more than two and a half thousand birds due to descend on the shores of England’s largest natural lake in the coming weeks, wintry Windermere’s unique scenery and atmosphere make it the perfect time of year to get out and discover some spectacular natural wonders in the English Lake District.More Info
Published: 13th November 2012
Windermere Lake Cruises is helping families celebrate in style this December with a series of festive Santa cruises.
The 90 minute ‘Santa Specials’ will set off from Bowness in the run up to Christmas, taking in the stunning landscape of wintry Windermere from the warm and cosy surroundings of a boat beautifully decked out in traditional Christmas decorations.More Info
Published: 29th October 2012
Visitors to the Lake District are set to start 2013 in style with a relaxing seasonal cruise on England’s largest lake, coupled with some retail therapy at one of the region’s premier shopping outlet centres.
Windermere Lake Cruises and K Village, the Lakes Outlet, have joined together to offer a great day out to coach passengers looking for a unique mix of bargains, followed by a memorable boat trip - complete with some winter warmer treats.More Info
Published: 25th September 2012
A 145 foot ‘Ghost Ship’ will be taking to the waters of England’s largest lake this half term, complete with spooky tales from the UK’s first official Laureate for Storytelling Taffy Thomas MBE.
Windermere’s oldest and most iconic steamer MV Tern will be decked out in Halloween-themed decorations on Sunday 28 October 2012, to mark some of the ghostly goings on in and around Lake Windermere down the centuries.More Info
Published: 6th September 2012
Windermere’s popular ‘Pensioner Days’ are proving so popular they’re returning for a record tenth autumn season from this Friday 7 September – giving the older generation substantial savings on cruises around the lake.
Any retiree living in the CA and LA postcodes is eligible for the special discounts, available every Friday from 7 September up to and including 2 November.More Info
Published: 4th September 2012
The South Lakes FreeRider, a free bus service linking some of the Lake District’s most prominent attractions, has welcomed almost 7,000 passengers during just 30 days. That compares to 3,000 passengers during the same period in 2011.
The service is the result of an innovative collaboration between a group of local businesses, who joined together to fund and implement this great new way to get around.More Info
Published: 1st August 2012
Windermere Lake Cruises is one of only four attractions outside London to make England’s top ten most popular paid for visitor attractions, according to figures released by VisitEngland today.
The latest Annual Visitor Attractions Survey collated by the national tourism body shows that Windermere Lake Cruises ranks in the top ten list of paid for visitor attractions in England in company with iconic attractions such as Stonehenge and Kew Gardens.More Info
Published: 16th July 2012
The region’s popular FreeRider programme is back this summer and this time it’s bigger and better than ever, thanks to the continued support of local businesses.
This years South Lakes FreeRider service will run for 30 days, from next Monday 23rd July 2012 until Friday 31st August, Monday to Friday and will provide a completely free bus service around the South Lakes region for both locals and visitors to enjoy.More Info
Published: 7th June 2012
Windermere Lake Cruises’ historic ‘Queen of the Lake’ vessel has been safely returned home to Windermere after taking her place in history and representing Cumbria in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant.
The vessel travelled a 600 mile round trip to take part in the event which was watched by millions around the world over the Jubilee weekend and saw a thousand boats gather on the river Thames, stretching for an estimated twelve and a half miles, in celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.More Info