Jubilee is a traditional narrowboat purpose built for carrying passengers. It has seating for up to 29 passengers. Jubilee is crewed by volunteers of the Kennet and Avon Canal Trust. A licensed bar, refreshments and a toilet are available on board.
All Jubilee’s trips remain suspended. We have reluctantly decided that despite the easing of lockdown measures, it will not be possible offer any trips for the time being. Sorry for any disappointment. We hope to be back operating again as soon as it is safe to do so and look forward to welcoming you on board then.
Our public trips are on Saturdays and Sundays at 12 noon and 2pm from April to October and on Thursdays at 2pm from April to the end of September.Book places by:
All tickets should be booked in advance or purchased on the boat. Check ticket availability on this website
Please note: Access to the boat is up a ramp and down 5 steps. The crew will be there to assist. We regret we can’t carry wheelchairs (but our sister boat the Rose of Hungerford can).
How to find us
Jubilee operates from the wharf at Newbury, close to the Stone Building café and Information Centre (RG14 5AS). Public car parking is available on the wharf.
Jubilee is operated by volunteers for the Kennet and Avon Canal Trust. The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust operates three other Trip Boats. For further information about these, please go to K&A Trust website and follow the links. Kennet and Avon Canal Trust