You can now take a speedboat down the Clyde and pick up a Krispy Kreme donut along the way


There is so much to do in Glasgow that it can be easy to get overwhelmed – and that’s where we come in, to make the most of what’s going on.

And this week it must be that fabulous boat tour – giving you a good dose of Glasgow, adrenaline, memorable experiences and of course – donuts.

On this boat trip with Seaforce Motor Boats, you can detonate the Clyde all the way to Braehead.

Once there, you can spend half an hour at Krispy Kreme to get your blood sugar back, just to get on the boat and start all over again.

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The ride takes between 50 minutes to an hour, including the 30 minutes to refuel on sugar, though bosses say times can vary depending on weather and sea conditions.

You can charter the boat for a private group of eight or book individual spaces – perfect if you have a little person you want to impress! (But you also have to get the donuts yourself)

Future sailors meet at Seaforce Powerboats on the pontoons beside the Tall Ship and Riverside Museum before heading to Krispy Kreme in Braehead.

News from the captain: “This ride will be full of twists and turns! After devouring your donuts, we will head to the Science Center wharf before returning to base.”

The crew give you a life jacket, but advise you to bring sunglasses, a jacket, and your own money.

We hope you won’t get seasick!

For more information or how to book click here.


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