Queenborough All-Tide Landing
We have some limited services commencing in July 2019 from Queenborough All-tide landing.
More cruises being added as we develop our season further.
From the Isle of Sheppey, Southend looks so close but yet it so far often taking an hour and a half (or sometimes longer) to travel from Kent to essex via the Dartford Bridge.
Join us on this fantastic day out to once again have fish and chips on the beach, visit Adventure Island or ride the train to the end of the pier on a picturesque cruise that aims to give you about 6 hours of free time ashore.
Note: Southend Pier is accessible via a steep ramp. This is not suitable for wheelchairs or for the mobility impaired.
0930 Depart Queenborough
1015 Arrive Southend
Approximatly 5-6 hours ashore.
1615 boat departs Southend Pier
1700 Arrive Queenborough
*timings may vary depending on the tide.
Family £55 (2+2)
Under 3's Free (But must have a ticket)
Note: All ticket prices include Southend pier train tickets.
(Open returns are not available on this tour)
Onboard facilities include Toilets and a Bar, selling Tea, coffee and a variety of alcoholic beverages and light snacks.
For more information on the boat please click here.
Tickets must be purchased through our website by clicking the Book now button above. Tickets are not available onboard the boat.
We drop you at the end of Southend Pier. Your ticket will allow you to then board the pier train and to travel to the shore. We aim to give you around 4-5 hours of free time ashore.
The boat has seating inside and outside, so we will still travel if it rains. We may experience some waves which may cause the boat to rock but we will only cancel if wind is above our safe operating perameters. In such a case please refer to our terms and conditions
We have a bar selling a variety of drinks including Tea, Coffee, beverages and snacks.
Parking is available in any of the Public carparks in the Queenborough area.
Please ensure you display a valid parking ticket at all times.
PARKING IS NOT PERMITTED ON CRUDDELLS WHARF.
Yes you can. The closest Train and Bus stop is Queenborough Railway Station , which is served by the 368 Arriva bus.
Once you alight from the bus walk towards the mini roundabout and turn right. Continue along North Road, until you reach the river. Turn right onto Crundells Wharf.
We can accomodate prams or wheelchairs on the boat from Queenborough, however the individual must be able to walk unassisted ashore at Southend. If the individual cannot walk unassisted up a flight of stairs then they will not be able to alight at Southend Pier.
Bicycles are not permitted on Southend pier, foldable Bicycles, in a carry case may be permitted.
The boat will offer a limited commentary as the boat departs the River Medway.
Yes Our vessel is available fore hire From Queenborough all year round, with the exception of early march when the vessel attends Dry dock.