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CruiseForth

The volunteers of the Forth Bridges’ Tourist Group provide a warm welcome to cruise ship passengers for Edinburgh arriving at Rosyth, South Queensferry, Newhaven and Leith.

CruiseForth Project Manager - Peter Wilson

CruiseForth Project Manager - Peter Wilson

Our main interest is to promote the many local visitor attractions for those visitors who are looking for something different to do.

On some occasions we come on board ship with maps and local visitor leaflets to provide a Hospitality Desk. At Rosyth, Fife, you will find us in the terminal building.

We can provide information for passengers seeking to make onward travel arrangements, identify travel options into Edinburgh, or elsewhere.

At Rosyth, the volunteers will also provide a courtesy shuttle service to Dunfermline and North Queensferry.

In 2017 we have been awarded Scottish Enterprise funding to allow us to continue our work to create new visitor opportunities. Explore our website for more options and keep an eye on our Facebook page.

For more information on CruiseForth, contact [email protected]   

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