Fatal Ferry is back for 2018 from Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th July.
you’ll discover there are plenty more skeletons lurking in the history of this idyllic seaside town. Murder, accidents, war, disasters and suicide will all make an appearance at some of the Ferry’s most iconic locations.

Here’s what some of last year’s guests said about Fatal Ferry:

Absolutely love these tours. The stories Louise and Stewart share are so interesting and presented in such an entertaining way. Always very relaxed and taken at an easy pace but it’s amazing how the hour passes!Gillian B, on Trip Advisor
An absolutely amazing experience. Such a great tour with brilliant tour guides, Louise’s enthusiasm and Stewart’s humour made our night. Booked again for next tour!!!Amy, on Facebook
START/END LOCATION Viewing platform at the Harbour (just behind the YeAABA building) / St Vincent Street
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive 5 minutes before your tour begins for a prompt departure.
TOUR LENGTH Approximately 1 hour
WEAR Comfortable, warm clothing, preferably waterproof! Shoes suitable for walking on grass

This tour is only available during this week of July, but we also have our other Broughty Ferry tour ‘Brutal Broughty’ during gala week from 1st to 7th July, see here for details and tickets.

If arriving by car there is parking available at the harbour, although there are limited spaces there is a larger car park at the beach, past castle green and along the esplanade. There is also on street parking on St Vincent Street.

If arriving by bus, take any of the buses to Broughty Ferry which includes the Strathtay Services 73 or 75 or the Travel Dundee buses 5, 9 or 10 and alight at the Queen Street stop closest to the Train Station, the Library is probably the closest. You will have to cross the train tracks, use the underground walkway beside the train station, and walk in a straight line until you reach the shore, then walk in the direction of the castle until you see the harbour with viewing platform, close to the castle.

There are no flights of stairs on this tour, however there are several steps up and onto pavements or onto grassed areas, and some narrow and uneven surfaces. Part of the tour includes walking across a grassed graveyard with limited space in between some of the stones.

If you have any questions about accessibility for this tour then please get in touch with us.

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