MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE, TOURS TAKE PLACE EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR AND LAST 35-40 MINUTES, NO HIGH HEELS PERMITTED ON-BOARD
For the first time ever, the Agri-Food and Bioscience Institute (AFBI) research ship, the RV Corystes, is opening its doors to welcome aboard members of the public as part of Northern Ireland Science Festival.
Join one of the hourly tours and climb on-board to get a tour of the ship, meet the crew and scientists and find out what they do when they go to sea!
It was time spent at sea on-board the RV Corystes that inspired the work of artist Alice Clark, which is currently on display in the Galley Café at Titanic Belfast. After your tour, why not check it out and compete your experience of the ship.
For further details email NISF2016@TitanicBelfast.com
Accessibility - We would like to inform you that the RV Corystes is a scientific research vessel, not normally accessible to the general public. Therefore it has several health and safety restrictions. Due to the small spaces and scientific structures and equipment a tour is not possible for anyone with restricted mobility and wheelchair access is not possible.