All aboard...it's time to see Norfolk from a completely different point of view on the Victory Rover!
Victory Rover Naval Base Cruises can take your family on a water adventure all about the Hampton River Harbor and Elizabeth River.
The ship can take nearly 150 on a family fun journey of fun facts and great views. The climate controlled main cabin has super large picture windows, so you can be inside or outside to enjoy the view of Norfolk moving past.
The top deck has a large amount of shade too, so you get the best of both worlds!
The Victory Rover also has refreshments, souvenirs, and comfortable seating - so it might be like a home away from home!
The cruise route will take you past some pretty special sights of the city. You will spot the Portsmouth Naval Hospital, the Shipyards, and the Norfolk Naval Station the World's LARGEST Naval Base!
This Naval Station is home to Aircraft Carriers, Assault Ships, Submarines, and Destroyers - so it's pretty important to the maritime history! (And they make for a great experience for your cruise!
Those ship loving children will love cruising past all of the harbor traffic, too, including tugboats, commercials ships, and barges.
The Victory Rover Naval Base is an education for you too, because the Captain offers you his expert narration over the sound system as you make your way past the sights. You can't ever learn enough fun facts!
Have a family water adventure in Norfolk - aye aye Captain!
Combo tickets available for the Battleship Wisconsin
They sell light refreshments on board to fill those rumbling nautical tummies!
Keep in mind with the weather that you will be on the water, it can sometimes get a bit windy so bring some layers!
There is a shop on board where you can pick up souvenirs to remind you of your journey!
There are student packages available for groups of 15 or more, offering a Two For The Sea package that includes extra admissions also
If you have special needs, just give them a call to see how they can help you on board.
Reservations are encouraged so you don\'t miss out, but walk-ins are welcome if space is available