The Brixham Round Robin – from Dawlish (Central)

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A brand new adventure packed with fun! Available from Dawlish from April 2019. 

Trip Overview – In short

 

  • Starts & Ends at Dawlish Railway Station.

  • Spend time ashore in the seaside towns of Brixham (FISHTOWN) & Paignton.

  • Keep your eyes peeled for marine wildlife on the shoreline cruise and FULL COMMENTARY provided on board the boat. Bar & Toilets available (of course).

  • 5 Star rating on TripAdvisor – A #1 Attraction 2018. Fab value for money…
  • Very simple booking processCall us on 0800 086 9450 or Book Online.

‘Photo: Our 1923 historic passenger boat, “Brixham Belle“, at Brixham Harbour.’

Trip Itinerary – Everything you need to know.

 

Grab your tickets from ***Insert Here***

You’ll meet *** INSERT HERE *** in the morning to present you with your boat & train tickets, maps and a timetable for each leg of your adventure…

Take the Riviera Line to Teignmouth Town

They will assist you with any questions you may have, before you embark on the first leg of your journey – the Great Western Railway service to Teignmouth Railway Station. Your start time is flexible – any time from as early as 10:30am until 12:00pm at the latest. This takes about 10 minutes to enjoy this part of The Riviera Line (two stops), and offers spectacular views out to sea. 

Arrive in Teignmouth… Then meet your friendly boat crew!

‘Photo: One of the Town Maps (Teignmouth) you’ll be given by our representative at Dawlish Warren Station.’

Your map of Teignmouth Town will open your eyes up to the vast amount of things to see and do in Teignmouth. It’s certainly worth popping back down the line to spend a whole day just here! There are numerous boutique shops, coffee shops, restaurants and traditional pubs to fill your time…

 

We recommend having lunch here before the second leg of your journey begins. You will be boarding our historical vessel, Brixham Belle at the Teignmouth Town Pontoon – opposite the New Quay Inn Pub & Back Beach. A direct walk from Teignmouth Station to the boat departure point will take approx 10 minutes, and is mainly flat. 

Board at Teignmouth for the 1pm coastal cruise to Brixham…

‘Photo: Brixham Belle & crew alongside the Teignmouth Town Pontoon (opposite the New Quay Inn) – all aboard!’

Your boat crew will arrive and welcome you on-board at approximately 1pm.. (you cant miss her coming up The River Teign in her bright WeFerry livery!)

 

As we leave Teignmouth for the sea crossing to Brixham (Fishtown) – The crew will give you a full safety announcement, before pointing out spots and places of interest on the shoreline. 

‘Photo: Natural Arch – Locally known as ‘London Bridge.’

Your boat crew will arrive and welcome you on-board at approximately 1pm.. (you cant miss her coming up The River Teign in her bright WeFerry livery!)

‘Photo: Brixham Belle & crew alongside the Teignmouth Town Pontoon (opposite the New Quay Inn) – all aboard!’

As we leave Teignmouth for the sea crossing to Brixham (Fishtown) – The crew will give you a full safety announcement, before pointing out spots and places of interest on the shoreline. 

‘Photo: Natural Arch – Locally known as ‘London Bridge.’

Enjoy Brixham for a couple of hours…

The coastal cruise lasts approximately 1hr, 15 minutes, before you land at Brixham for around 2 hours. There is plenty to see and do in Brixham. Overlooking the inner harbour you’ll find Sir Drake’s “Golden Hind”, the museum ship replica. Plenty of boutique shops, quirky cocktail bar’s and traditional pubs and restaurants

‘Photo: The iconic Brixham Harbour – as seen on Sky TV’s popular FISHTOWN series. Brixham is currently the top earning fishing port in England!’

Back aboard! Sail to Paignton Harbour…

Rejoin the boat at 4:15pm for the next part of your journey…

 

This time we sail past Fishcombe Cove, Brixham’s Mussel Farm and Elberry & Goodrington beaches before arriving into Paignton Harbour…

 

This leg of the sea takes about 25 minutes and you can stay as long or as little as you like in Paignton!

Rejoin the boat at 4:15pm for the next part of your journey…

This time we sail past Fishcombe Cove, Brixham’s Mussel Farm and Elberry & Goodrington beaches before arriving into Paignton Harbour…

 

This leg of the sea takes about 25 minutes and you can stay as long or as little as you like in Paignton!

Take the Great Western Railway back to Dawlish Station…

 

The walk to Paignton Railway Station relatively flat and takes about 10 – 15 minutes from the Harbour. Stop for a moment to enjoy an ice cream & walk along Paignton’s golden sandy Beach… Here you can visit Paignton Pier and enjoy the amusements.

Ready to leave? Stroll on up the busy Torbay Road to catch any Great Western Railway service from Paignton back to Dawlish. You’ll experience the scenic sea & river views of The Riviera Line (for about 20 minutes) and arrive back where you started your South Devon adventure.

Memories that last a lifetime.

Ticket Prices – 2019 Season

Full Round Robin – (Boat & Train)

 

  • Adults – £18.50
  • Children – £12.50
  • Family (2+2) – £60.00
  • Concessions – £18.00
  • Under 3 – FREE

 Additional Info

  • Dogs – FREE
  • Bicycles – £1.50
  • Horses – £30

Boat Only Fares – (Excluding Train)

 

You can book any leg of the coastal cruises separately if you wish to.

This can save you money if you currently hold a bus pass or already have a Discount Railcard or Railway Pass.

You are more than welcome to plan your own adventure around our timetable. Our current single fare prices are here.

 

 

Recent News

  We did the Round Robin trip to Teignmouth yesterday A lovely day out. The commentary was great, loads of local knowledge. The crew, Joe and John, were friendly and welcoming. We got some fantastic photos and saw Sammy the seal. This trip is great value...More

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8/07/2018

  Needed to entertain 4 house guests that were down for weekend and booked the fish and chip cruise. We were not disappointed. What a lovely way to spend an evening. Even though the weather was not that good, the trip made up for that. An...More

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8/11/2018

  Pleasant enough trip, very friendly crew, warm blankets, good sized boat that could navigate close to the shore and decent commentary. 3.5/5 stars 🙂

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8/23/2018

4th of March 2019: Thank you for being patient with us while we update our website over the next few days. Our trips start on 5th April and will be available to book very soon! Dismiss

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