York Boat Ghost Cruise (York) Reviews
Newest Review: ... (which are equally good but more strenuous). Our cruise was advertised in all the tourist brochures, it started at about 7:30 from an easy to find meeting point just outside a pub. We managed to pick a wet and miserable night, which added to the atmosphere nicely while ensuring that we had the boat to ourselves. It wouldn't have mattered if there were another 30 people on board though as the boat was very spacious with lots of comfortable seating and, luxury of luxuries, an open bar! The storyteller was a lively young lady dressed in victorian costume and claiming to be the wife of an old ferryman. The boat had a very good sound sy... more
Customer York Boat Ghost Cruise (York) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/09/00, updated on 29/09/00 (Very useful, 685 readings)
What could be more civilised than a moonlit cruise along the river, sipping a gin & tonic and listening to the gentle tones of a storyteller? Sound idyllic doesn't it, and for me at least it was. Ok, so it wasn't a gin & tonic it was a pint of lager and the gentle tones were punctuated by screams and trumpet blasts, but it was still a lovely way to spend an evening and much more relaxing than the Ghost Walks (which are equally good but more strenuous). Our cruise was advertised in all the tourist brochures, it started at about 7:30 from an easy to find meeting point just outside a pub. We managed to pick a wet and miserable night, which added ... Read the complete review
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