DAWN PHOTOGRAPHY CRUISE – AUTUMN COLOURS

Glenridding Pier
 
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A photography cruise like no other!

LOVE the landscape. Capture the dawn through the lens on board this 3-hour cruise. This is a unique memory-making experience is a great opportunity to capture the stunning scenery from a new perspective, meet local photographers, share ideas and of course the love of all Ullswater’s stunning scenery.

The cruise includes tea/coffee and croissant on board.

Tickets are £45.00, limited to 25 passengers.

The cruise departs our Glenridding Pier on the 7th November at 7:00am and returns at 9:30am.

  • Parking – Parking is available at Glenridding Pier – CA11 0US. The parking charge for this event is included in your ticket.
  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes before departure
  • Clothing – please wear clothing appropriate to the weather conditions as most of the session will be out in the open air.
  • Please bring your own camera equipment and to get the most out of this session, please ensure you are familiar with how your camera works.
  • Facilities onboard – hot drinks and toilet facilities onboard.
  • In case of cancellations please refer to booking T & C

Tickets are available to book now!

Glenridding Pier
Time:
7am
-
9.30am


7th November 2024
7am
9.30am
Book now
Price:

£45

 
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