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Clyde Cruises reveals details of Govan Ferry crossing

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One of the best ways to get to the Riverside Museum will be by ferry. Walk, bus or get the subway to Govan’s historic Water Row and take the MV Fencer for the short trip across the Clyde.

Here’s the timetable.

The service will run 7 days a week, 360 days a year

  • Monday – first service departs – 1000
  • Tuesday – first service departs – 1000
  • Wednesday – first service departs – 1000
  • Thursday – first service departs – 1000
  • Friday – first service departs – 1100
  • Saturday – first service departs – 1000
  • Sunday – first service departs – 1100

Services will run approximately every 20 minutes and the last departure from the Riverside Museum is 1705 each evening.

Visit the Clyde Cruises website for more details.

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Written by riversidestaff

April 30, 2011 at 8:57 am

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  1. […] Clyde Cruises reveals details of Govan Ferry crossing (via Riverside Museum) Posted April 30, 2011 Filed under: twistedmouth says … | One of the best ways to get to the Riverside Museum will be by ferry. Walk, bus or get the subway to Govan's historic Water Row and take the MV Fencer for the short trip across the Clyde. Here's the timetable. The service will run 7 days a week, 360 days a year Monday – first service departs – 1000 Tuesday – first service departs – 1000 Wednesday – first service departs – 1000 Thursday – first service departs – 1000 Friday – first service departs … Read More […]


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