Trolleys for Charter
Aquila owns five 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trolley Fast Facts
- Number of Trolleys: 5
- 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:
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On Aquila’s role as tour operator for Carnival’s shore excursions in Saint John
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