Looking for something to do on the Saturday afternoon of your Liverpool stag do? Suit up in a flotation aid, grab a paddle and get kayaking. It's a completely different way to see the city.
That's right, chaps. This is no white water death ride, but a civilised kayaking tour of Liverpool's famous marine heritage. You'll start at the legendary Albert Dock, the first dock in history to allow ships to unload directly into warehouses. From here, the chaps will be led on a fascinating two hour tour of the city's incredible maritime system.
Check out Pier Head, where the "Three Graces" - Liverpool's most famous buildings - sit. You'll paddle past the Royal Liver Building, with its iconic towers, the Cunard Building and the incredible Port of Liverpool Building.
Don't worry if members of the stag do have never kayaked before. The watersports centre at Albert Dock is staffed by seasoned experts, who will assess your skill levels and get you up to speed on safe handling. You'll also be shadowed by a safety boat throughout your urban kayak safari - leaving you free to gape at the magnificent buildings, or concentrate on chucking the stag in the water!
Talking of which, the chaps who run this activity are always game for a laugh. When it's safe to do so, they'll make sure your boy gets a truly epic dunking.
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