Many of Belfast’s historic shipyard buildings were demolished in the early 2000s to make way for new development, opening up long-obscured views of the harbor from the river. While there really aren’t that many Titanic-related sights left, this jaunty and informative hour-long boat trip offers a pleasant introduction to Belfast’s maritime past. With typically dry Belfast wit, the crew T-shirts read, “She was alright when she left here.” In summer, the tour goes as far as Musgrave Channel, home to a large breeding colony of seals. The departure point is on Donegall Quay, to the left of the big fish sculpture.
Titanic Boat Tour
The Obel, Donegall Quay, Belfast, BT3 3NG
Our Rating Hours Times vary, but generally June–Aug daily 12:30, 2, 3:30pm; Mar–Apr and Sept–Oct daily 12:30, 2pm Phone 028/9024-0124 Prices Admission £10 adults; children 5 and under free; £35 families Web site Titanic Boat Tour Other Always call to check daily times.
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