Sightseeing Ship (Uzushio sightseeing ship・Uzushio steamship)

If you want to experience the thrill of being sucked into a swirling and roaring whirlpool, try out this sightseeing ship!
You can feel the magnificent Naruto Whirlpools for the first time on a ship. The whirlpools are a natural phenomena caused by the difference in the tides and flows so there are times when it is not possible to see the whirlpools depending on the time of day, therefore the best time to see them changes everyday.
We recommend checking the tide tables for high tides and half tides and embarking as close as possible to those times.

Uzushio sightseeing ship

Uzushio steamship

Uzushio sightseeing ship

【TEL】088-687-0101 

【Business hours】8:00~17:00 

【Regular holiday】No Holidays

【Fee】

《Large Sightseeing Ship》Adult 1,800 yen/Child (elementary school student) 900 yen

《Small Underwater Sightseeing Ship》 ※Reservation required

   Adult 2,400 yen/Child (elementary school student) 1,200 yen

  ★Group discount · · · 10% discount for groups over 15 people

【Access】

· About 4 minutes by car from the Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway "Naruto North" IC

· Get off the Express Bus at "Naruto Park"

· From JR Naruto Station take the Route Bus (towards Naruto Park)→Get off at "Naruto Tourist Port"

【Address】Oge-264-1 Narutocho Tosadomariura, Naruto (Naruto Park Kamaura Sightseeing Harbor)

 

Uzushio steamship

【TEL】088-687-0613 

【Business hours】8:00~17:00

【Regular holiday】No Holidays

【Fee】Adult 1,550 yen, child (elementary school student) 750 yen

 ★Group discount (15 people or more)

 Adult 1,400 yen, child (elementary school student) 700 yen

【Access】

· About 3 minutes by car from the Naruto North IC

· From JR Naruto Station take the Route Bus (towards Naruto Park)→Get off at “Kameurago”

【Address】Fukuike-65-63 Narutocho Tosadomariura, Naruto(Otsuka International Art Museum Urukameura Fishing Port)

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