Hovertravel, the fastest Isle of Wight passenger service across the Solent, relaunched the Hoverettes to hand out chocolates and sing to passengers travelling from Southsea last night (21 December).
Neil Chapman Hovertravel Managing Director said: “We first launched the Hoverettes back in September to help raise money for charity by singing to passengers. Now that Christmas is approaching we have relaunched the Hoverettes to sing Christmas pop songs to our commuters and hand out some chocolates to help get everyone in the Christmas spirit.”
The Hoverettes will be performing in the Ryde terminal this evening (22 December) from 16h00 to 19h00. Commuters travelling tonight can pick up a chocolate treat and sing along to Christmas classics like “I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus” and “Jingle Bell Rock” with the Hoverettes.
For more information on the Hovertravel Christmas timetable visit http://www.hovertravel.co.uk/timetable/index.php