Rib Ride AdventuresMenai Bridge, Anglesey
Rib Ride, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, North Wales
RibRide is a brilliant adventure boat tour company based in North Wales. Their fun and friendly skippers will take you on a powerboat ride along the Menai Strait, or further afield around Anglesey's stunning coastline.
Velocity is the worlds fastest RibRide. This is no ordinary boat, it is an adrenaline-fuelled fast moving RIB going from zero to the ‘speed of scream’. The Skippers will take you out on an amazingly fast adventure reaching optimum ‘Velocity’. Shoreside briefing and 30min RibRide from Menai Bridge.
There’s a range of charter options available, with bespoke tours to accommodate families' friends, stags and hens or more corporate groups. You can tie up on a remote beach for a picnic lunch or enjoy martini cocktails on the quayside as part of your tour. The rides are a great idea for a special occasion or memorable gift – the perfect present for the person who has everything. If you're staying in one of our waterfront properties they might be able to pick you up from your very own jetty. Just ask us and we’ll arrange it if we can!
Open All year 9am- 5pm - last trip 3.30pm.
Tuesday, Thursday Saturday and Sunday outside of School holiday. Holyhead Wednesday and Saturday.
School holidays every day.
Can you hire equipment?
No. All equipment is included in the activities.
Can you get instruction?
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