The premier Bristol Ferry Boat service, Number Seven operates the distinctive themed boats that have been ferrying passengers and providing private boat hire, booze cruises and harbour trips around Bristol Floating Harbour and the River Avon since 1999.
We provide an exceptionally professional and increasingly successful service. We all enjoy our work – so you will enjoy your trip!
Our Ferries operate at weekends and school holidays throughout the year servicing Hotwells to Temple Meads in Bristol Harbour.
Hotwells takes you past the S.S Great Britain and towards the historic harbourside & Suspension bridge.
We stop at – City Centre – Arnolfini – Lloyds – The Buttery – Ss Great Britain – Gas Ferry North – Mardyke – Pump House – Cottage – The Hand.
Temple Meads Ferry
Temple Meads takes you through the Old City and connects you with Temple Meads Train Station connection to the rest of the country.
We stop at – City Centre – Arnolfini – Lloyds – Bathurst Basin – King Street – Totos – Castle Park – Temple Quay Temple Meads.
for ferry timetables and prices.
Crossing from Capricorn Quay to the S.S Great Britain
Monday to Friday – 07:30 to 18:15
Saturday and Sunday – 10:30 to 17:30
The fare is 90p with children five & under travelling free.
Calendar monthly tickets are available for just £14.
Services operate every day except December 25th and December 26th.
Beeses River Trips 2017
Spend a relaxing afternoon at beeses tea gardens alongside the beautiful river avon. the journey is an hour each way allowing you to spend two hours at Beeses before cruising back to the centre
The trip departs from the Cascade Steps in the City Centre at 12.00pm & 2.00pm.
Lock & Weir Trips 2017 - Roast By The River
Number Seven Boat Trips offers this unique opportunity to cruise up the river avon and spend a relaxing afternoon at the Lock & Weir for a delicious Sunday roast and stunning scenery.
The Journey is an hour & quarter either way allowing you to spend 1 & 1/2 hours eating, drinking and taking in the view.
The trip departs from the Cascade Steps in the City Centre at 11.ooam.
Picking you up from the City Cenre (after 6pm), or King St. / Arnolfini (before 6pm), we cruise the harbour stopping off at three pubs, with 40 minutes ashore at each venue, finally returning to the Centre.
These trips allow you more time on the boat enabling you to see more of the Harbour area and, on the 1 stop, if conditions permit, go through the lock at Netham and out onto the river Avon.
River Trip to Beeses
Private Hire, 3 hour trip including 1 hour ashore. (April to September)
Leaving the Centre we cruise to the inland limit of the harbour and through Netham Lock where we join the River Avon. Within minutes, the bustle of the city is left behind as we cruise upstream past tree lined river banks. A wide variety of wildlife inhabits the river so keep your eyes peeled!
Avon George Trips
4 hours including lock navigation
From Cumberland Basin, we lock out onto the River Avon and head downstream passing under Brunel’s historic Clifton Suspension Bridge. The walls of the Avon gorge tower overhead as we head seaward.
These are not regularly run trips because of the tide/weather conditions necessary to run them. Please phone us for more details.
Harbour Transfer A to B
Move your whole party en masse and in style between harbourside venues with Number Seven Boat Trips,
The perfect solution to a tricky problem!
With landing stations at all the major venues and points of interest around the Harbourside you can avoid traffic, whilst ensuring your friends, family, associates, pupils or clients arrive where you want, when you want.
ONE WAY £110 for up to 20 people and then £2.00 per head.
RETURN £180 for up to 20 people and then £4.00 per head.
The Silver Salmon
The Silver Salmon is 72ft widebeam barge with a a Full Bar, Separate Heads, Extensive Menu & Much more. With capacity to fit up to 67 passengers she is one of the largest passenger holding boats in the harbour. We are able to accommodate for wedding parties, birthday parties, hen do’s, corporate events and much more.
For more information check out the Silver Salmons Website