As a charity and run entirely by fully trained volunteers the rose offers regular public trips and private event charters for up to 50 people. The rose can take 45 passengers has a wheelchair lift and a fully licensed bar selling hot and cold drinks and snacks.
With a large number of possible inside layouts she is the perfect venue for a variety of events.
Hungerford canal trips. There is a choice of 1 or 2 hours trips. The rose of hungerford has just finished her 2019 season and the volunteers are busy organising the father christmas trips in december and all. Public trips on the rose of hungerford run from hungerford wharf and passengers are asked to be there at least 20 minutes beforehand.
The rose of hungerford is a purpose built 16 76 metres 55 feet long wide beamed passenger trip boat owned by the kennet and avon canal trust and has a maximum capacity of 50 passengers. She is run entirely by fully trained volunteers so all the funds raised can go to the charity. It is operated by volunteers of the kennet and avon canal trust.
The towpath along the canal at hungerford is a particularly nice walk in both directions and although we do the route hundreds of times each year there is always something new and interesting to see. The main activity is running the rose of hungerford a traditional widebeam boat based at hungerford wharf which offers regular public trips and private charters along the canal. The hungerford branch of the kennet and avon canal trust covers a particularly beautiful stretch of the canal between kintbury and great bedwyn.
All trips currently suspended until the end of april the rose of hungerford is a purpose built 55 long wide beamed passenger boat of traditional design and decoration owned by the kennet and avon canal trust. The rose of hungerford is lovely 55 canal boat offering public trips and private charters along a beautiful stretch of the kennet and avon canal. The rose of hungerford is a 55 traditional canal boat owned by the kennet and avon canal trust.
She has large glass sliding windows which can be opened when the weather is. The shorter trip takes you east from the wharf through dun mill lock.