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Prior Medical Conditions

Due to the possibility of unexpected movement of the boat due to the sea, voyages are not suitable for pregnant women and people who have spinal / back conditions and people who have conditions such as Osteoporosis.

Voyages are also not suitable for people who cannot “Brace” themselves against the motion of the sea.

Click Here to see the Medical Section in our Terms and Conditions for full details.

Disabled Access

The pictures above give an example of our boarding process.

The Waterfront Retail area has free public parking with disabled bays approximately 5 minutes’ walk from our quay side.

Boarding Our Boat

The promenade along the quay side has a wheelchair access ramp, however to get in and out of our boat requires passengers to transfer out of a wheelchair and step onto the pontoon and then onto the boat’s tubes which may not always be stable. Once onboard, our boat passengers will need to step down off the back seat onto the deck. This steep step down is approximately 45 cm (18 inches).

Once on board, you will be seated on bench seats with a hand rail in front of you. All seats (except the front one) also have foot holds. Throughout your entire voyage (for your personal safety) you must remain seated.

Our crew will always assist everyone to safely get on and off our vessel. If you feel that there may be a problem for you or one of your party please contact us in advance, by phoning our booking office (Tel : 01293 888780)

Our voyages include live commentaries, if you need to lip read, please advise our staff on the day.

Toilet Facilities

Our vessel does not have any toilet facilities, however there are public toilets in the Waterfront Retail complex that have disabled access.

Food and Drink

We do not have any food or drink facilities onboard, however, there are many restaurants and cafes in the Waterfront Retail complex. Food is not allowed on board.  For safety, drinks must be in plastic packaging.

Sustainable Transport

There is a public bus route to the Crumbles shopping centre which is a 10 minute walk from our quay side. See our Directions page for details.

During the summer months the “Dotto” train runs from Eastbourne’s seafront to Atlantic Drive. From Atlantic Drive we are a 5 minute walk away.

Should you wish to arrive by bicycle we have access to a cycle rack in our underground car park - however we do not accept any liability for theft or damage.


This website can be translated using the Google Translate Service at the bottom right of each web page.

Copies of our Medical criteria are available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Finnish and Russian.

All our live guided talks are only given in English.

From Babies to Grandparents

Terms & Conditions
Click Here to open a pdf of our full Terms & Conditions
Prior to Boarding
All passengers need to complete our passenger manifest before boarding the vessel.

This confirms that they have read our Medical Terms & Conditions and records their names and addresses should we need to contact them after the sailing (i.e when someone has left a possession in our waterproof coat pockets)

A copy of this form can be downloaded as a pdf by Clicking Here
Risk Assessments
We regularly review our risk assessments for all our procedures.

A copy of this document is available on request.