Beccles Lido - Geldeston Locks

 

Easter - October (Charters available)

 

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FOR INFO AND BOOKINGS

NOW

OPEN

FOR THE

SUMMER

 

We are very glad to announce that the Big Dog and crew will be back on the River Waveney on Saturday 1st April!

 

Telephone bookings are essential for the service during the Easter holidays with sailings available every day until the end of Monday 17th April.

 

The new timetable is attached and we encourage all bookings to be made in advance to avoid disappointment.

 

The Big Dog Ferry runs between Beccles Lido and Geldeston Locks Inn. It is a relaxing 3 mile boat journey along the River Waveney with the opportunity to enjoy the wildlife en-route. Disembark and enjoy a meal, a drink or the music at The Locks Inn, or stay on board for a round trip. If you’re feeling energetic you could take a one-way ticket and walk back on delightful footpaths. NEW FOR 2017 'We also collect and drop-off at Geldeston Marina with access to the Wherry Inn and Mandy's Famous Pickles.'

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The Big Dog Ferry runs between Beccles Lido and Geldeston Locks Inn. It is a relaxing 3 mile boat journey along the River Waveney with the opportunity to enjoy the wildlife en-route. Disembark and enjoy a meal, a drink or the music at The Locks Inn, or stay on board for a round trip. If you’re feeling energetic you could take a one-way ticket and walk back on delightful footpaths. NEW FOR 2017 'We also collect and drop-off at Geldeston Marina with access to the Wherry Inn and Mandy's Famous Pickles.'
The Big Dog Ferry runs between Beccles Lido and Geldeston Locks Inn. It is a relaxing 3 mile boat journey along the River Waveney with the opportunity to enjoy the wildlife en-route. Disembark and enjoy a meal, a drink or the music at The Locks Inn, or stay on board for a round trip. If you’re feeling energetic you could take a one-way ticket and walk back on delightful footpaths. NEW FOR 2017 'We also collect and drop-off at Geldeston Marina with access to the Wherry Inn and Mandy's Famous Pickles.'