This cruise has been created because of covid. It’s the same as the Grey Seal Cruise just a bit longer and we don’t start this trip until the 1st of May to make sure all the seabirds are settled.
This Farne Islands tour is approximately 2 hours long and perfect for everyone to view and photograph the puffins, terns, kittiwakes (and more!), and the seal habitats too. It’s also a chance to view the magnificent scenery of the islands and Northumberland’s iconic coastline and learn of Grace Darling’s life-saving heroics. This is also on our new vessel Serenity IV which is the 1st double-decker vessel for the Farne Islands with the amazing view from the top deck. This tour is wheelchair accessible but only when the tide is in so we can pick you up and drop you off at the slipway. Please note that we can’t get extra-wide chairs and electric wheelchairs onboard at this time.
PLEASE ARRIVE HALF AN HOUR BEFOREHAND TO COLLECT YOUR BOARDING PASS
Times and frequencies may change at short notice.
Full commentary during the trip with our wildlife guides there to help you with any questions you may have.
This tour takes approximately 2 hours and does not land on any of the islands.
Departure Dates: April 22nd to 31st July (During the breeding season)
Sailing Times 10.15am, 12.15pm and 2.15pm
Prices Adults: £25, Child*: £18, Under 4: Free
*Child classed as aged 15 and under.
Advanced booking is required, either by using the booking form below or contacting us by telephone.
Please wrap up warm, even on summer days. It can get cold offshore!
All of our vessels have easy wheelchair access onto a flush deck. Please let us know if you require wheelchair access please contact us direct so we can work the tides out for you and let you what’s available. We can also be prepared to assist you while boarding.
If you have reduced mobility, please make sure you have somebody from your own household or social bubble to assist you whilst onboard.
Please do not book or sail with us if you or your family, or anybody you may have been in contact with have displayed any symptoms of the Coronavirus. We do not accept any responsibility for any subsequent infections of any passengers.