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RibRide

We are Wales’ best adventure boat tour company. Our skippers are your fast and fun guides to the wilderness and history of North Wales.

Ride an Adventure RIB on the Menai Strait or join us on an Explorer boat tour to the epic islands and high cliffs of the north Anglesey coast.

Come with us alone, with family or bring a large group we guarantee a legendary adventure.

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RibRide Angelsey-Llandwyn
RibRide Autumn sunset Penmon Point Nov 16
RibRide BG RibRide SthStack
RibRide Explorer-dark-sea-small
RibRide Overhead RIB
RibRide Puffin-IMG_4899
RibRide Seals on Skerries IMG_4694
RibRide Terns on Skerries IMG_4710



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Opening Times

Winter - 01 November 2016 to 28 February 2017, 9 to 5 Monday to Saturday Summer - 01 March 2017 to 31 October 2017, 9 to 6 Monday to Sunday https://www.ribride.co.uk/contact-us/

Prices

Schedule trips start from £24/16 for a seat on a ‘Bridges and Swellies’ trip. https://www.ribride.co.uk/book-boat-trip-online/ Book the whole boat for a private charter, RIB boat and a Skipper for £195. Subsequent hours can then be booked at £120.

The whole day price is capped at £675 for up to 8hrs. https://groups.ribride.co.uk/contact-us/

Contact

RibRide, Porth Daniel, Menai Bridge, Anglesey LL59 5DE

0333 1234 303
bookings@ribride.co.uk
https://www.ribride.co.uk/


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