We will be partnering with the Shakespeare Distillery to offer Gin cruises to the public! These cruises will take place on the first Saturday of each month from June – September (with the exception of September which will be on the Sunday). We will also add trips when demand requires it. Please check our website and social media for these new dates.
6 July (River Festival) (SOLD OUT)
3 August (SOLD OUT)
17 August (New date added)
24 August (New date added)
1 September (SOLD OUT)
14 September (New date added)
Shakespeare Distillery will carry out a short talk on Gin whilst providing a tasting of their 3 spirits, as the boat cruises upstream during the first 25 mins of the cruise. At the end of the tasting, guests will enjoy a Stratford Gin & Tonic (25ml single measure) whilst taking in the remainder of the cruise led by the Avon Boating crew, passing under the bridge and downstream taking in the RSC and church, before returning back to our Boathouse on Swan’s Nest Lane.
To Book – Add the number of adults required, click the date required and then click on the 6.00pm start time which will appear if seats are available. This will allow you to press the book now button.
If the date required is sold out, please check the Shakespeare Distillery website as they may have some additional seats available.
Shakespeare Distillery is an artisan spirit producer, established in 2015. Everything we produce is in small handcrafted batches, ensuring we can devote our time and attention to creating the best tasting spirits around.
Being based in Stratford upon Avon, we wanted to create something authentic to the area and what is more authentic to Stratford than Shakespeare? We looked at the Tudor period in which he lived and bring the essence of this into our spirits, the first of which is Stratford Gin. At Shakespeare Distillery we aim to recapture this period of innovation by fusing traditional and in some cases forgotten ingredients with modern techniques to create exciting new spirits.
For more information on Shakespeare Distillery please click the link!