So you can plan your trip in advance, we are now taking advance bookings online (booking fee applies), up to the end of October for this season. To board the boats there is a 3-4 minute walk from the car park, over a narrow bridge which can be unsuitable for wheelchairs. Passengers will need to [...]
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Latest news from the EDP. Paul Bishop, from Bishop's Boats Seal Trips, said while fully booked for Tuesday, April 13...
For medium and larger groups, why not try our Covid-19 eco-friendly, e-ticket service to book your trip to see the seals? • Book by phone • Pay by phone • Tickets by e-mail Tel 01262 740753 email email@example.com
We are open and ready for business. We are afloat and ready to take you (socially distanced) to see the seals. Check the times here, and for more information. All vessels passed the Maritime & Coastguard agency running trials on a cold windy Tuesday. We are taking bookings now by phone 01263 740753. Book [...]
We are afloat and ready to take you (socially distanced) to see the seals. All vessels passed the Maritime & Coastguard agency running trials on a windy Tuesday. Starting on Monday 12th April onwards. We are taking bookings now by phone 01263 740753 Book early!
Bishop's Boats boat launch. Ready for the season ahead starting on the 12th April, doing daily Seal Trips to Blakeney Point. See our timetable for the trip times. For any further information or booking call on 01263 740 753. We will take bookings starting from the 7th April.
Covid rules relaxed [In Full] (We will still be subject to regulations if they are re-introduced) Although the rules are gone we are going to continue to limit capacity on our boats, enabling social distancing for passengers to continue for the summer season. While face masks and hand gell are no longer required, you [...]
Grey seal pup numbers have broken all previous records at the National Trust’s Blakeney Point, with a month of pupping still to go. The grey seal rookery has grown remarkably since it was first established in 2001, when just 25 pups were born. Since then numbers passed the 1,000 mark in 2012, 2,000 in [...]