Unique No Man's Fort Dining Experience | Solent Forts



– Includes return boat transfers
– Historical fort tour
– Seasonal three course dinner
– Time to explore the fort at your own leisure

Join us aboard No Man’s Fort for an evening steeped in history, with fine dining, and incredible views.

Your delectable three course dinner, expertly prepared by our talented chefs, is served in the forts “Mess Hall”; a room full of character and the perfect setting to sit back and relax whilst you are waited on by our crew. Our evening dinner menus are updated seasonally with fresh local produce.

View our Sample Dinner Menu

Before sitting down to eat, you will have the opportunity to take a guided tour of our incredible fortress; be amazed by its sheer breadth and scale as you learn about the significance of each room and the varied history the fort has to offer.

Your experience also includes boat transfers to and from the forts. The boat departs Gunwharf Quays at 6:30pm and returns to Gunwharf Quays at approximately 11.45pm. Travel time between Gunwharf Quays and No Man’s Fort is approximately 30 minutes.

From romantic first dates, or big birthday celebrations to long overdue ‘get-togethers’, our evening dining experiences are perfect for any occasion. Want to make yours an extra special occasion? Ask us about providing a surprise birthday cake, or about hiring the Lighthouse for private dining for up to 20 guests.

Our Dinner Experiences are available to book on the following selected dates between April 2018 and September 2018:


Or, why not join us for an afternoon tea aboard No Man’s Fort from only £55 per person or enjoy a four course Sunday lunch on Spitbank Fort for just £125 per person.

*All tables are shared tables unless otherwise requested. Dining on board the forts is a social experience we encourage you to enjoy. We do have a very limited number of tables for couples or smaller groups which are available on a first come first served basis.

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Ever wondered what our forts look like on the inside? View our virtual tour - click here!

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