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Trent River Cruises Ltd
Trent River Cruises Ltd are the owners of The Trent Lady and The Nottingham Crusader Riverboats, which operate on the River Trent in Nottingham. The Trent Lady is a double-decker vessel, which can comfortably seat up to 60 passengers. The Nottingham Crusader is a single-deck vessel with seating for up to 45 passengers. Both boats have central-heating for year-round sailing and are available for both daytime and evening cruises.Trent River Cruises offer a wide range of cruise packages, including Sightseeing Cruises, Afternoon Tea Cruises, Weekday and Sunday Lunch Cruises, Murder Mystery Cruises, Disco Party Cruises, Corporate Events, Private Charter Cruises for Special Occasions and Celebrations, Hen Party Packages, Festive Cruises and Educational Cruises. They also offer not-for-profit cruises for registered charities, nursing and residential homes, disabled groups, youth groups and educational facilities. Pre-booking is essential.
Disability Access Information
The Nottingham Crusader was purpose-built to carry disabled passengers. It has disabled access throughout the passenger areas and fully disabled toilet facilities onboard. Daytime cruises depart from Colwick Country Park and evening cruises depart from The Nottingham Sea Cadets. Both departure points are fully wheelchair accessible.
The Trent Lady sails from The Nottingham Sea Cadets departure point only. This is wheelchair accessible. Boarding is via a ramp directly onto the upper deck. There is limited seating available for wheelchair-bound passengers (maximum of 6 on any cruise) and there is a wheel-chair accessible toilet on the upper deck. Access to the lower deck is via stairs. There is therefore, no disabled access onto the lower deck.