Canal cruises and dining

Hebden Bridge Cruises

Based on the Rochdale Canal at the Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge Cruises offers scheduled cruises including Sunday Roast Cruises, Afternoon Tea Cruises, and even Pirate Parties for the kids.

     You can even charter your own cruise for any other event: gather your friends for a party or get your colleagues away from the office. All the catering is provided by the Stubbing's kitchen.

For more information about Hebden Bridge Cruises, please phone 07966 808717, or visit our web site www.hebdenbridgecruises.com

Sean, Mary and the team at Hebden Bridge Cruises have a narrow beamed craft, Gracie, named after Rochdale’s finest, Gracie Fields. The boat was built especially for the canal. Originally built for twenty, it now takes a maximum of twelve, so there’s room for all. 

Gracie is equipped with small galley and bar serving soft drinks and copious amounts of tea, Fair Trade coffee or delicious hot chocolate. and copious amounts of tea, Fair trade coffee or delicious hot chocolate.

For 2015, we have a full range of cruises including, Afternoon Tea Cruise, Sunday Lunch Cruise, and the very popular CelebrationCruise for you to create that perfect day out for your family or friends celebration.

We also offer a fish and chips cruise on Friday lunchtime.

Treat yourself and indulge in a meal from the Stubbing Wharf's kitchen whilst you cruise on a traditional narrowboat in the heart of the Pennine hills.

You also have the option to charter our boat with skipper and crew.

School educational trips also available.

For further information please visit our website www.hebdenbridgecruises.com

 

Did you know?

The Rochdale Canal is 32 miles long and was built over the Pennines virtually by hand and requires 92 locks. It took less than 10 years to build and was opened in 1804.