National Trust – Steam Yacht Gondola located at Coniston Pier, Lake Rd, Coniston LA21 8AN, UK

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Fully restored, luxury yacht powered by steam, run by National Trust, offers sailings April-October.

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June Murrell

5 Google Rating

What a beautiful serene ride on the Gondola on Coniston Lake. You can hear the water gently lapping

5/ 5

What a beautiful serene ride on the Gondola on Coniston Lake. You can hear the water gently lapping against the boat. It's an elegant boat shining from all the hard work to keep it looking pristine. Well done to the crew for the hard work. Thankyou for a lovely adventure. A must do.

Steve gunter

5 Google Rating

Beautiful steam powered gondola. A unique experience with beautiful views of The Old Man. Book ahead

5/ 5

Beautiful steam powered gondola. A unique experience with beautiful views of The Old Man. Book ahead as in these Covid days turn up and go is a risk as there are limited seats. You can still hop on and off though.

James O'Connell

5 Google Rating

Had a great time and beautiful views of the lake and mountain

5/ 5

Had a great time and beautiful views of the lake and mountain

Gary Gahan

4 Google Rating

Relaxed and informative cruise. Fabulous views of shoreline. Highly recommended

4/ 5

Relaxed and informative cruise. Fabulous views of shoreline. Highly recommended

John Goodchild

5 Google Rating

Restored to perfection, first-class cruise around the lake 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 πŸ‘

5/ 5

Restored to perfection, first-class cruise around the lake 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 πŸ‘

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