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A New Cruise, New Cruise Dates and a Heart-warming Story

As we approach what we hope will be a (welcome) Indian Summer our thoughts turn to the Autumn and Winter months. We have been hard at work compiling our program of events for the next three months and we can detail the full program for you here.

Halloween Monster Mash Ball

 

Firstly, we are pleased to announce our first ever “Halloween Monster Mash Ball” to be held on Saturday 31st of October. Our famous Party Nights Afloat Disco cruise will get a spooky make-over, as will the Lady Diana too. There will be a prize for the best fancy dress and plenty of treats (and tricks) in store. For more info click here.

Secondly, we have extended the program for some of our other themed Evening Cruises. The following additional dates have now been confirmed:

Fish and Chip Cruise (7:30PM – 9:30PM)

Friday 2nd of October

Riverboat Shuffle 60s Supper Cruise (7PM – 10PM)

Saturday 7th of November

Sunday 6th of December (with some Christmas songs thrown in too!)

Payday Friday Curry & Quiz Cruise (7:30PM – 10PM)

Friday 30th of October

Friday 18th of December (with Christmas-themed Quiz)

ChesterBoat What's On Artwork October 2015

 

Tickets are on sale now for all of the above dates. Our Christmas Party Nights Afloat cruises will also be returning this December. For more information about these cruises, perfect for your office Christmas party, click here. They will be sailing on the following dates:

Saturday 5th December 2015

Friday 11th December 2015

Saturday 12th December 2015

Friday 18th December 2015

 

And finally (in the grand old tradition of the Evening News), a heart-warming tale we would like to share with you. A few days ago our Assistant Manager returned to her car following a day at work to find a small tabby cat curled up on the bonnet. We don’t usually find cats in our staff parking area so as you can imagine this certainly came as a surprise. He was a friendly little chap though and happily allowed her to pick him up and put him in her car. He had an address on his collar so she drove him home and returned him to his delighted owners. They duly informed her that the little rascal had been missing for two weeks!! Perhaps a ChesterBoat “Pet Rescue” branch will be opening in the near future.