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M.V. Karina Pleasure Cruises

30 North Quay, Douglas IM1 4LB
+44 1624 617436
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2 hour boat trip

Relaxing trip, great to see the Island from the sea. Cliffs and mini waterfalls, lots of historic... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Excellent way to see the Isle of Man

A trip on the Karina offers the opportunity to view the Island from a different angle and also... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2017
Rachel S
Warrington, United Kingdom
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30 North Quay, Douglas IM1 4LB
+44 1624 617436
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Reviewed 25 June 2017

Relaxing trip, great to see the Island from the sea. Cliffs and mini waterfalls, lots of historic information give in the audio. Only 4 stars as my ears got a bit tired, little pause now and then would've been welcome. Saw seals and loads of...More

Thank zmartie2015
Reviewed 25 April 2017

A trip on the Karina offers the opportunity to view the Island from a different angle and also enjoy the wildlife. We have enjoyed a number of trips out and as well as enjoying a trip on the Karina herself, I also love watching the...More

Thank Rachel S
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This is a must for anyone visiting the Isle of Man, "The Derbyhaven cruise" the whole trip was interesting from meeting Captain Stephen Carter in the Departure lounge in the sea terminal Douglas to departing the M.V. Karina after two hours the trip was enjoyable...More

Thank S P
Reviewed 23 August 2016

All the other reviews say it all. Excellent informative narrative from the Captain. Having done afternoon trips both North and South from Douglas I prefer the Laxey trip as you have a stop off there for an hour - time for stroll and an ice-cream.

Thank Lucelockett
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Captain Stephen Carter has and amazing knowledge of the Isle of Man. This trip is pleasurable and educational - suitable for locals and visitors to the Isle of Man

Thank frank r
Reviewed 13 August 2016

We love a boat trip wherever we go. Sought out this one from the Sea Terminal in Douglas. A different trip up and down the coast is scheduled each day at 2pm for 2-3 hours. The trip we went on was to Old Laxey up...More

1  Thank 819JohnP
Reviewed 12 August 2016

What a lovely experience. We choose a nice day Tuesday ,calm waters and thoroughly enjoyed the hour each way sail with a one hour stop in Port Erin to enjoy a lovely local ice cream on the promenade. The Captains commentary was first class both...More

1  Thank Peter O
Reviewed 16 June 2016 via mobile

My son and I had a very enjoyable afternoon out on the M.V. Karina. We sailed along the coast to the Dhoon and had a very informative commentary. I have also been on this trip to Derbyhaven and that too taught me a great deal...More

1  Thank julrita
Reviewed 27 March 2016

I've been on the Karina countless times, and always enjoyed it. Captain Carter gives a running commentary, and am always amazed at his depth of knowledge of all things Manx. For a two-hour trip, it really is exceptional value. No matter whether the boat is...More

1  Thank 300andrew
Reviewed 11 December 2015

My last trip on the MV Karina was to welcolme the Commonwealth Games Baton to Douglas Isle of Man. The trip accompanied the Baton out of the harbour and across Douglas Bay. Entertainment was provided by a local folk group singing shanties and popular folk...More

1  Thank Malcolm O
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18 July 2017|
Response from Rachel S | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You'll find timetable info available here approx. a week in advance on the website (search on IOM pleasure cruises and then click on the timetable) as for some reason Trip Advisor won't like include a link to a website... More