No offence, but we're keeping our distance
Published: 16th June 2020
It's likely that our cruise services will resume on 4 July following the latest announcement by the UK government.
We’ve made some changes to our services so that you can continue to enjoy a cruise on Lake Windermere during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We need your help and understanding to keep you, our staff, and our boats safe.
We will now be operating circular 60-minute cruises available from Bowness, Ambleside and Lakeside only.
This is so we can control the number of passengers onboard and clean the boats after every trip.
Online booking coming soon (we're aiming to re-open on 4 July)
All our cruises require you to buy a seat ticket online before travelling.
This is to ensure that we can maintain social distancing and keep customers safe.
More space to admire the views
To maintain the '1-metre plus' safe distance between customers, our boats will only be about a quarter full.
There’ll be lots of unused space between every seat booking.
Our boats will be cleaner than ever with enhanced cleaning from our crew.
We’ll provide hand sanitisation stations on board and our staff will be keeping a safe distance from you at all times.
We need your help to stay safe.
We’re doing everything we can to follow government guidelines for the safety of our passengers and staff. To help us protect all on board, we need your help too.
Finding your seat
Please book online before travel and make sure you use your booked seat on board.
Coloured signs on the boat and on your ticket will help you find your seats.
Keep your distance
Friendly reminders around the boat will help you to keep your distance. Please keep your fellow passengers and our colleagues safe by maintaining a '1-metre plus' distance at all times.
Wearing your face covering
Its UK law to wear a face covering when travelling on public transport, so please keep your face covered when travelling with us.
Please stay alert to keep safe at all times and we hope you enjoy your cruise on Windermere.