ENJOY A GREAT TIME ON THE RIVER
Disabled and disadvantaged children and adults can now have a wonderful day out on the river Thames, thanks to the Rivertime Boat Trust.
Each day trip involves a small group of passengers, cruising on a spacious, purpose-designed 42-foot boat named ‘Rivertime’.
'Rivertime' is equipped with a ramp and a lift for wheelchairs. There is a toilet for the disabled and a large saloon with a sliding roof for sunny days. The boat can take 12 passengers (including carers) and always goes out with a fully qualifies skipper and experienced crew member. There is a small galley for tea, coffee and biscuits and a small microwave. You are welcome to bring your own picnic.
Our objective is to meet your requirements and ensure that all aboard have a really memorable experience in this specially built boat.
View a video to learn more about Rivertime:
Pat, Simon and Lucy from the Rivertime Boat Trust recently featured on Songs of Praise, around Windsor. Click here to view the video
The Rivertime Boat Trust is joining forces with Bisham Abbey Sailing and Navigation School to offer non-abled participants the opportunity to participate in physical activity on the water.
We are pleased to have been presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2012 which recognises volunteering work that is a social, economic or environmental service to the local community.
Book Rivertime now
Bookings are taken by our Senior Skipper, Lucy Herbert, and she will make all the arrangements to suit your particular needs.
Messing about on the river is always huge fun and of course we follow all the necessary rules and regulations to ensure a safe trip.
View our video
Learn about our interesting river trips for the disabled and disadvantaged on Rivertime.