Steamers are based on Ullswater with the focal point
Bridge with Howtown a stopping off point and a connection
point for walkers for their trip back to Glenridding.
Taking a trip on the either "Lady of the Lake"
or the "Raven" steamers will take you along
the 12 km [7.5m] lake, in which fine views can be seen
all around and Helvellyn rising beyond.
Lady of the Lake commissioned in 1877 and the Raven
being commissioned in 1889 are classic vessels and were
once steam powered, they have since been converted to
conventional power and heating can be found in the saloon
deck on cooler days.
you cruise down the lake you will find onboard the two
 vessels, light refreshments, hot and cold drinks
being served from the licensed bars as you relax and
watch the scenery pass you by.
There is a one  hour cruise which takes place at
the southern end of the lake or take the complete two
 hour cruise around the lake, starting at Glenridding
or Pooley Bridge.
You can in corporate a walk
and boat ride, starting at Glenridding with you making
tracks towards Howtown to catch the Ullswater Steamer
back to Glenridding.
It is advisable to
contact the Ullswater Steamers prior to your visit if
there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations
have been made to the Opening times and the attraction
Further information and details on opening
times, costs and facilities please contact or
visit their website.
Location - Ullswater
Glenridding [Howtown & Pooley Bridge].