Riverside Museum by boat

31 Mar 2011

The new ferry shuttle service from Govan to the Riverside Museum will be provided by Clyde Marine Services.

The Govan to Kelvin Harbour ferry service will operate from June, providing a new link across the river.

With plans now in place for the  £74m Riverside Museum to open on 21st June,  Clyde Marine has announced the new service that will ferry passengers across the Clyde from Govan to the new Riverside Museum.

From June, Clyde Marine Services will operate this 33-seater vessel, named Fencer, from a new jetty at Water Row - just a five-minute walk from Govan Subway station - to the new transport museum.

It was also revealed today that the company's regular river bus, which travels between the Broomielaw and Braehead, will also stop at the £74million visitor attraction.

Company director Hamish Munro said: "Going by ferry is the greenest way to get to the museum because there are no cars, traffic or road jams.

Source: Evening Times - All aboard new shuttle to £74m Riverside Museum