All opening times are subject to weather conditions on the day. We generally know the day before if were running so please phone or check our Facebook site (Scarborough Speedboat Rides) or call for confirmed opening times.
Summer Season & School Holidays (half terms, Easter, bank holidays)
Open daily:- 10:30 am – 6pm
Off Peak Times
Spring:- February – April
Autumn:- September – November
Open on weekends only – 12-5 (Depending on weather)
Safety & Restrictions
Where possible we try to accommodate customers with all disabilities on our Speed boat rides. For more information please give us a call or drop us an email. Please note conditions need to be right on the day.
Passengers should consider themselves to be sufficiently medically fit to undertake this high speed boat ride and if there is any doubt should seek medical advice before booking.
It is not advisable to ride if you are:
You are pregnant. Expectant mothers should not travel at any stage of pregnancy.
You are prone to motion sickness
You have muscular, Skeletal, Neck or Back problems
You have a heart condition
You are under the influence of Alcohol
This is a dynamic high speed boat ride you must hold on tightly to the handrails provided and remain seated at all times
No smoking, drinking or eating during the ride
On all of our speedboat experiences we demonstrate a clear and unswerving commitment to safety – your safety and comfort are paramount, we regularly review our practices to ensure we are at the forefront of the industry maintaining a very high standard.
Should you require copies of our Insurance or Risk assessments we will be happy to e-mail them across to you in advance of your booking.
Scarborough speedboats are licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and regulated by Scarborough Harbor Authority. We operate to a strict Safety Management System which provides clear operational procedures including regular;
Emergency drills and procedure training
Shore side procedures
Pontoon boarding procedures and method statements
Training programme and marine safety manual
Search and Rescue plans