We are a family-run, local business offering daily boat trips out to Blakeney Point
Our purpose built ferry boat, the Ptarmigan, sets sail from Morston Quay daily commencing April. The journey will take you around Blakeney Harbour and out to Blakeney Point to see the inquisitive seals which is now the home of the largest grey seal colony in the UK, you will be able to go up close to spot the ever changing array of sea birds that visit the area.
View this unique landscape, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and look out for the iconic Lifeboat house, now used as a Visitor Centre for the National Trust.
Adults and children alike will enjoy this wonderful experience, no visit to North Norfolk is complete without a seal trip!
During the trip, normally around 1 hour, we will share the long history and sights of this beautiful harbour and surrounding area, along with all the facts about the seals, birds and other wildlife that you will have a chance of seeing.
Our fully qualified skipper and his crew pride themselves on keeping safety a priority, the boat is fully fitted with Life-saving equipment and both the Crew and Boat are licenced and fully insured by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. Blakeney Harbour is a shallow, tidal harbour and we do not sail out to the open Sea.
As we can not guarantee perfect weather for your trip, for your own comfort, please prepare for wind, sun and water on Ptarmigan Blakeney Point Seal Trips.
Trip times vary according to tides and booking is strongly advised, particularly during holiday periods. To book, call us on 01263 740792 or 07563 332088 between 8am – 9pm Monday to Sunday.
Tickets are purchased at Blakeney Quay in advance of sailing times, and departure is then from Morston Quay, a 5 minute drive or 30 minute walk away.
To visit our website for times of the sailings or to get more information, please click on the contact buttons below
Ahoy me hearties! Read all about a trip out to sea in a beautiful (but not a pea green) boat and watching the seals at Blakeney Spit. It just might whet your appetite to take a trip in one of the passenger boats, to see the comical seals and their pups for yourself