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Blakeney Point boat trips

The best way to get close up to the seals on Blakeney Point is to go on a seal boat trip.

Departure times vary daily according to tides so check details with operator at time of booking.

(Map marker is for Morston Quay)

Blakeney Point Seal Trips

Blakeney Point Seal Trips operate a traditional clinker built ferry boat 'Ptarmigan' offering one hour trips in Blakeney Harbour to view the seals, birds and other wildlife on Blakeney Point and in the harbour itself.
Operating daily April to October and occasionally thoughout the winter.

Tel: 01263 740792;  www.blakeneypointsealtrips.co.uk

Beans Seal Trips

A family run business running five purpose-built ferries from Morston or Blakeney Quay to view the seals at Blakeney Point.  An optional landing at Blakeney Point extends trip to 1.5-2 hours.
Operating daily April to October and occasionally throughout the winter.

Tel: 01263 740505;  www.beansboattrips.co.uk

Temples Seal Trips

Temples operate two ferries providing one-hour seal trips from Morston Quay to Blakeney Point.  An optional landing at Blakeney Point extends trip to 1.5 to 2 hours.

Tel: 01263 740791;  Email: info@sealtrips.co.ukwww.sealtrips.co.uk

Bishops Boats

This family run business has two traditional clinker boats and one smaller boat offering 1 hour seal trips to Blakeney Point from Morston or Blakeney Quay. An optional landing at Blakeney Point extends trip to 1.5-2 hours. Operate every day from April to October inclusive as well as occasionally throughout winter.

Tel: 01263 740753;  Email: paul@bishopsboats.com;  www.bishopsboats.com

Wash boat trips

One of the most well known boat trip operators in the Wash is the Searles Sea Tours whose trips include a seal safari.