Every evening during the spring breeding season, departing from 7 pm until 9 (ish!), enjoy the incredible peace and tranquillity of the Farne Islands during an evening cruise. See the wildlife basking in the evening light, watch the jumpling’s (guillemot chicks during the breeding season) take their leap of faith as they leave their nests. Fingers crossed for a beautiful sunset over Bamburgh Castle. This is a very popular trip for photographers as the Farne Islands bask in the warm light of the ‘golden hour’. A sunset cruise is a wonderful way to end to a brilliant day on the Farne Islands.
This tour takes approximately 2 hours and does not land on any of the islands.
Departure Dates: May to September
Prices Adults: £25, Child*: £20, Under 4: Free
*Child classed as aged 15 and under.
Departure Time: 7pm to 9pm
Times and frequencies may change at short notice. As we get to mid-August and the nights draw in, the times will come forward slightly so please ask before booking. Also please, please wrap up warm as it’s always cold a sea, especially on the evening cruise.
We will be sailing with reduced numbers and with social distancing measures in place. We ask that everybody wears an appropriate face mask / covering. We have a limited supply of face masks available to purchase at cost price at our harbour booking office, but recommend you bring your own. A one way system will be in place for boarding and alighting the boats. Please listen carefully to the directions and instructions given by our skippers and colleagues.
All of our vessels have easy wheelchair access onto a flush deck. Please let us know if you require wheelchair access so we can 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.