1. Boat Trips On Lake Padarn

Boat Trips On Lake Padarn

Boat Trips on Lake Padarn Enjoy a cruise amongst the dramatic scenery of Snowdonia on the Snowdon Star. The Snowdon Star is a covered boat that can take 52 passengers on a comfortable 40 45 minute cruise. Disabled passengers are always welcome, but those with severe mobility problems are invited to discuss their requirements by telephoning in advance of their trip. Groups must pre-book. Prices: Adult - £7.00 Children (under 15) - £4.00 Under 3 Free Family (2 adults + 2 under 15) - £20.00 Dogs Free The Snowdon Star takes private bookings and we can offer extended cruises if you wish. Please phone to enquire about party rates. We can offer early morning or evening trips. Celebrate an occasion by doing something a bit different! If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
52 guests
Tours, Lessons, and Diving
Tours
CS

Owner:Captain

In 1946 the Shamrock II was intended to carry passengers from the Golden Ball slip, Scarborough, the then owners Donny and Frank Dalton were to trade from the slip for a period of four years until the untimely death of Frank Dalton on the 9th December 1951 on board the Scarborough Lifeboat ECTR. (Bowman Frank Dalton was to receive a posthumous bronze medal for his gallant conduct in rescuing ten Dutch seamen off the stricken coaster ldquoWESTKUSTrdquo). By the 1952 season, Shamrock II was to be re-named lsquoSouthampton Starrsquo having been bought by a Mr. S. J. Maguire of the Star Boat Company, (later to become Southampton Pleasure Cruises Limited) which had its principle place of b business at the Royal Pier Southampton. Twenty years of unbroken trade where to follow until the demise of the Royal Pier. In March 1975 ownership of the Southampton Star was to pass from Sidney John Maguire and Florence Ethel Hall to Antony Stuart of Exmouth Devon. In October of the same year ownership passed to Christopher John Woodford of Torquay Devon until the vessel was purchased by S. C. Lane and Alun L. Jones of Menai Historical Cruises in 1999 for trading on Lake Padarn, Llanberis and renamed Seren Yr WyddfaSnowdon Star. By April 2003 the vessel was in the sole ownership of Alun. L. Jones and S. Hughes-Jones trading as Llanberis Lake Cruises and has worked continuously on the lake to the present day.

Features & Details

Length
36ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Outboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Single Engine
  • Twin Engine
  • Generator

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

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