Trolleys for Charter

MG 3314Aquila 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 info@aquilatours.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:
www.sjport.com/cruise/cruise-schedule/

Testimonials

We thoroughly enjoyed Fay and the driver. She made you feel like you had been friends forever and tried really hard to get us to the Reversing Rapids at the right time, although nature didn't cooperate. We enjoyed the light meal at lunch and the opportunity for a little bit of shopping in St. Martin. Would enjoy doing this one again.

Paula Meier Veazie

Cruise Guest

Just wanted to say that we had a great trip and the tour from Aquila Tours was everything that it promised. Of course the main reason for excellence was the tour guide, Ian Patrick, one of the friendliest and most knowledgeable people we met on our cruise. Kudos to Ian!

Mark Lacienski

Cruise Guest

It may have been windy, but Paula made my excursion a wonderful way to visit Saint John for the first time. What a lovely lady and very knowledgeable.

Shirley Walker

Cruise Guest

The Best of Saint John hosted by guide Marilyn was excellent. After several tours with good guides, she stands ahead of them all. Knowledgeable, prepared with photos, books, lobster gadgets, and more, she improved the tour experience. Very good with people and a bonus for the city of Saint John. Highly recommend this tour. It included the right mix and all the important things that a western Canadian wanted to see.

Richard Welsh

Cruise Guest