Visit ‘Historic Harwich’ all day trips
July 1 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm£65
Leaving from outside the Old Custom House, Ipswich at 09.00 and returning approximately 17.00, Victor’ will motor/sail to Harwich Ha’penny pier. Passengers will leave the Victor at approx. 10.45/11.00 for a conducted tour of Historic Harwich Town by two guides from the Harwich Society. The tour will last approx. 90 minutes and the passengers will return to the Victor at 12.30 for drinks and lunch at 13.00 (two-course meal with wine). Victor will then leave Harwich as soon as possible to sail/motor back to the Old Custom House with a cream tea on the way.
Victor was built in 1895 by Shrubsalls at Ipswich for Owen Parry of Colchester, mainly for use in the linseed oil trade. In 1947 she was the last sailing barge to be decommissioned. She was converted to a motor barge in the 1950s, restored in 1974 and refurbished in 2005/7.
The cost is £65 per head, including a donation to Harwich Society.
Booking and Payment information:
For all trips please book and pay-online at https://ipswichmaritimetrust.setmore.com
If booking and payment on-line is not possible or for any questions regarding the trips, please contact John Warren at email@example.com or on 07789 825 680
Parking and special dietary requirements
Limited parking available on the Island site by prior arrangement, courtesy of ABP. For a parking permit or for special dietary requirements please contact John Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07789 825 680