To celebrate 100 years since the birth of Yehudi Menuhin, Live Music Now, an organisation set up by Menuhin is arranging classical musical concerts in unusual places.
Copper Jack will be hosting a concert by Icaris, a guitarist and flautist, on Friday 22nd commencing at 2pm. The event will last around 90 minutes and weather permitting will include a cruise up The River Tawe.
Tickets for the event are rather limited but are available by calling SCBT on 07785347549.
On June 14th Hands up for Downs, a support group for families with young children with Downs took over Copper Jack for a cruise along The River Tawe. Brothers, Sisters Mums Dads and Granddad Bob all dressed up as Pirates, enjoyed the trip in perfect weather. Not a single shot was fired or cutlass drawn in anger. The sound of happy families was just music to the lucky crew.
Copper Jack invaded by Jolly Bunch of Pirates (14-June-2015)
Hands up for Downs, draws its participating families from the area from Port Talbot to Llanelli and meet on a monthly basis.
Swansea Lord Mayor Cllr. Ceinwen Thomas and her consort Mr. David Thomas were welcomed aboard Copper Jack on Wednesday 26th November by Trustees and volunteers of Swansea Community Boat Trust. The visit marked the tenth anniversary of the setting up of SCBT.
A cold but sunny morning was ideal for the viewing of the many industrial heritage sites along the river bank. With many of the deciduous trees now shedding their leaves the ever changing scenery impressed our guests.
The Lord Mayor was pleasantly suprised to hear that since our inaugaral public cruise by our new purpose built Copper Jack, on June 10th 2014, SCBT have carried around 8000 passengers. She further commented on the high quality fitting out of Copper Jack providing a most comfortable trip for passengers. Despite the rather low temperatures being endured by our outside crew, the enclosed nature of the passenger area with the Boat’s efficient heating system provided a cosy enviroment.
Cllr Thomas a long time supporter of SCBT congratulated Trustees and volunteers for the many years of effort to put in place such an outstanding experience for locals and visitors to Swansea.
Before departing The Lord Mayor assured those present that a River Trip on Copper Jack would feature highly on her list of ‘Things to see or do in Swansea’ for her many visitors to Swansea. She wished SCBT every succes for the future.
Lord Mayor Cllr Ceinwen Thomas and Mr David Thomas welcomed aboard Copper Jack by Trustees and volunteers
Lord Mayor and Consort Mr. David Thomas chat informally to CGW
CRUISES IN 2019
TRIPS RUNNING EVERYDAY AT 12PM. ALSO 2PM ON TUESDAY-THURSADAY AND WEEKENDS
For sailing Enquiries, please call 07785 347 549 or send us an email through our enquiries page for detail
Please be aware we sail on the hour and we recommend that you be ready to board at 15 minutes before the sailing time.
You can find us moored in front of the large lightship (The Hellwick). Further information on getting to the marina via car,bus or train visit Finding Us
River trips include a “Floating Classroom” for schools and community use
Discover Swansea’s unique heritage
General public trips, corporate hospitality events, bookings for private functions
Licensed to carry 47 passengers
Public boat trips last between 1½ and 2 hours
For further details or to make a booking, contact the Boat Manager
on 07785 347549 (09:30-16:00)
NEW 2019 Price List:
Children over 5 £5
Copper Jack Public Sailings
Please check for sailing times either by call, email or through scrolling down to updates on the site.
Our regular sailing times start in March and ends in September.
Copper Jack is also available for pre-booked groups Monday-Sunday.
Early Bird Special sailings at 10:00 are available to schools and community groups.
CORPORATE HOSPITALITY EVENTS AND PRIVATE FUNCTIONS
(available 7 days per week)
Telephone for availability
YOUR safety is paramount to us.
All sailings are subject to weather and river conditions and thus may result in cancellations being made at short notice. We will endeavour to contact all customers in such instances.
Only food and drink purchased on the boat may be consumed on board.
Dogs are not allowed on trips up the River, due to the length of the trip. With exception for registered guide dogs.