Trolleys for Charter
Aquila owns four trolleys which seat 32 or up to 38 passengers. These motorized streetcar-style trolleys feature a lovely oak interior and a brass bell, plus large windows and a PA system.
Aquila’s trolleys are occasionally available to charter during the summer and fall months. To charter a trolley for your group or event in Saint John, contact email@example.com.
Trolley Fast Facts
- Number of Trolleys: 4
- Passenger Capacity Per Trolley: 32 to 38 passengers
- Season for Charter: May through October
Restrictions: Trolleys can travel within the greater Saint John area only.
Please note that Trolley Charters are not available when cruise ships are in port. Check the cruise ship schedule here:
Our tour guide, Bonnie, was the best tour guide we have ever had on a Princess Cruise shore tour. Our shore excursion was Tuesday Sept. 29th and she provided us with the most insightful experience on the people, the culture, the history and the sights of Saint John, New Brunswick. We really appreciate the job well done by Bonnie.
Joseph S. Kramer
What a PERFECT day in Saint Johns. Fabulous weather and a wonderful tour - The Ten Best of Saint John's. Our tour guide, Kelly Anne was the BEST - so knowledgeable and a wonderful story teller. An array of props, hats, pictures etc., used by Kelly Anne, truly enhanced the entire experience.
Milbrey Bercik Campbell
My family of 6 with 4 kids ages 6-11 took the Top 10 Tour of Saint John and the Bay of Fundy. Rennie was our guide and Les was our driver. Our day was outstanding. We saw it all and learned a lot. Beautiful sites and fun trivia and activities from Rennie. Not one complaint from any of the children on this 6.5 hour tour=2 thumbs up!!!
My husband and I loved our excursion of Bay of Fundy Whale and Wildlife Watching. Our tour guide was Sue and she was great. Very funny and entertaining as well as answered all questions. Made the tour fun and very enjoyable. Our marine biologist on our boat, Danielle was also fabulous. Extremely informative and love the information she provided while out looking at the different wildlife at the Bay of Fundy.
Colleen Schnibbe Lindsey