Beaulieu River is one of few privately owned rivers in the UK. Carefully conserved and under-developed, it’s a stunning haven to
Beaulieu River is one of few privately owned rivers in the UK. Carefully conserved and under-developed, it’s a stunning haven to visit by boat.
It has remained unspoilt and similar to how it was hundreds of years ago, with a discreet marina and modern facilities.
You’ll get to see the historic village at Buckler’s Hard, once an 18th century centre of shipbuilding, where ships were built for Nelson’s Navy.
If you have time top up to see the Maritime Museum to discover the history of this fascinating village. Or explore the reconstructed cottage interiors to experience what life would have been like in the 18th century.
|09:00||Meet for coffee and briefing in the beach hut at Trafalgar Wharf|
|09:45||Leave Trafalgar Wharf|
|10:30||Rendezvous at Spit Bank Fort|
|11:15||Arrive at Beaulieu River entrance|
|12:15||Arrive at Bucklers Hard|
|12:30||Depart boats (1.5 hours for sightseeing and lunch)|
|14:00||Return to boats and be ready to leave|
|15:00||Meet at Beaulieu River entrance|
|15:45||Rendezvous inside Portsmouth harbour north of Ballast Buoy|
|16:30||Moor up at Trafalgar Wharf|
|16:45||Tea and cake in the Beach Hut Café|
(Monday) 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
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