A short boat ride from Portsmouth to No Man's Fort
Enjoy a tour of the magnificent man-made island
Tuck into a delicious buffet lunch
Take in unrivalled views of the Solent
With a lighthouse, helipad, rooftop hot tubs and a choice of bars, No Man's Fort is a five star venue like no other. Anticipation builds during the short boat trip from the mainland, less than two miles from the Isle of Wight, and on arrival climb onto this incredible former Victorian fortress (built in the late 1800's) with its imposing lighthouse, ready to be taken on a grand tour of the magnificent man-made island. No expense has been spared with a multi-million pound refurbishment restoring many of the original features and seamlessly blending 21st century elements. Tuck into a delicious buffet lunch with other guests in the grand Mess Hall, and then gather around the firepit on the top deck to enjoy unrivalled views of the Solent.
Guests aged 18 and over are welcome. The Forts aren't suitable for the elderly or those with restricted mobility, advise of any mobility issues at the time of booking to see if needs can be accommodated. Pets (excluding guide dogs) are not allowed.
In rare cases, it may be necessary to postpone or cancel if safe transit is not possible. Expect to be notified in advance and rebooked if this occurs.
Around midday, take a thirty minute boat journey to No Man's Fort, then spend up to four hours exploring the fort.
Numbers on the Day
The fort can accomodate up to 120 guests.
Smart casual, with water resistant clothing, flat shoes and a jacket or coat for the boat journey.
The unique sea fort includes a range of games and function rooms, bars, laser play area, a nightclub, sun deck, sauna, rooftop hot tubs, fire pit and rum and wine tasting areas.