Our normal operating days are to be Tuesdays and Thursdays with bookable sailings via the Overwater Marina (01270 812677) at 11.00am, 1.30 pm and 3.00pm.
A flyer is available on request or visit the Overwater Wheelyboat website for more details. However, for the very first day we will be pleased to show you the boat and give free short trips from 10.30am to 5.00pm on Tuesday 21st July.
Just come to Overwater Marina with or without a disabled/ wheelchair / person. We just want to show everybody what a wonderful service we can offer to disabled or disadvantaged children and adults.
Our service is without a fixed charge at all times though a donation to help with running costs
will gladly accepted.
Our boat can carry 8 passengers with 4 of them in a wheelchair. A normal booked trip will last from half an hour to an hour and a half all according to weather and passengers wishes.
The marina cafe is open every day except Mondays and has disabled facilities.
We are pleased to say in the last fortnight almost 50 care homes and day centres from Telford to
Liverpool have registered with us.
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