Weymouth & Jurassic Odyssey Cruise: A Journey Through Time and Nature

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Join us on the Weymouth & Jurassic Odyssey Cruise and step into a world where history and natural beauty converge. Perfect for those seeking a blend of educational exploration and scenic relaxation. Book now for an unforgettable experience!

Cruises along the Jurassic Coast - A World Heritage site

Jurassic coastline

Experience the breathtaking Jurassic Coast from the best vantage point - the sea. As our vessel glides along the waters, you'll be treated to unparalleled views of this World Heritage Site, where each cliff and cove tells a story millions of years old. This cruise offers a unique perspective of the Jurassic Coast, allowing you to fully appreciate the natural artistry and historical significance of this stunning geological wonder. It's not just a journey; it's a voyage through time, revealing the Earth's ancient past in a way only the sea can unveil.

Melcombe Regis

Melcombe Regis

Step into the historical heart of Weymouth in Melcombe Regis. Once a significant seaport in the 13th century, this area offers a glimpse into the past, showcasing the development and heritage of Weymouth's maritime history.

Brewers Quay

Brewers Quay

Explore Brewers Quay, a Victorian-era marvel. This converted brewery near the Old Harbour is a testament to Dorset's architectural and industrial past. The intricate design and history of the brewery, dating back to 1903, provide a unique backdrop for your journey.

Nothe Fort

Nothe Fort

Nothe Fort, Weymouth’s premier museum and heritage attraction, invites you to delve into its rich military past. Discover underground tunnels, Victorian gun decks, WW2 artillery, and a secret nuclear bunker. The fort also offers breathtaking 360-degree views of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast, adding to its appeal.

Weymouth Lifting Bridge

Lifting Bridge

Witness the engineering spectacle of Weymouth’s Town Bridge. Resembling London's Tower Bridge, this bascule bridge is not just a functional structure but a piece of art. Learn about its fascinating history, dating back to 1930, and watch it in action – a sight that continues to captivate locals and visitors alike.


River Wey

The River Wey, with its modest length but significant impact, has been the lifeblood of the Wey Valley and Weymouth Harbour. A chalk river unique to Southern England, it offers both scenic beauty and a historical narrative of the area's development and trade. Its serene waters and lush surroundings provide a tranquil escape from the bustle of the town.