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Needles Pleasure Cruise

Isle of Wight fun group activity Needles Pleasure Cruise

Needles Pleasure Cruise

"Boat trips from Alum Bay on the west tip of the Isle of Wight viewing the famous Needles Rocks and Lighthouse."

Choose from a 20-minute slow cruise aboard Ramblin' Rose or Yarmouth Rose to view the Needles Rocks and Lighthouse, coloured sands of Alum Bay, the dramatic caulk cliff face and surrounding coastal features.

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Or, for the more adventurous, take a 15 minute fast trip aboard the high speed RIB Skye Rose which also takes in Scratchells Bay and south views of the Needles and island shores.

See our Alum Bay resources for FREE on-site activities whilst you are in this area, suitable for KS2 through to adult/lifelong learners.

Alum Bay is accessed via a long flight of steep wooden steps forming part of a public footpath (#22 and #23). There are also sections of uneven ground which may be soft or muddy following inclement weather, and the beach itself is deep shingle with no duckboards. It is therefore NOT suitable for wheelchairs or the infirm. An alternative is the (chargeable) chairlift from the adjacent tourist attraction.

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This activity takes place in Totland.

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Verified feedback from previous group visits...

Luke Martino, KS2 Teacher | 18/05/2017 | 25 x Upper KS2
Joanne Clark, KS2 Teacher | 05/04/2017 | 80 x Lower KS2
Roxanne Dee, Head of Travel & Tourism | 12/10/2016 | 17 x KS4

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