Bass Rock Seabird Seafari (Berwick) Reviews
Newest Review: ... each seat as well if you feel the need to hang on at any time. And the crew? The boat is crewed by two people one of whom drives the boat and the other sits at the front facing the passengers and gives information about the islands and their history and the wildlife that you will see on your trip. The guide was a man who had lived in Berwick all his life so he really knew what he was talking about. Are there any safety precautions? You bet your life there are! We were all given waterproof trousers and jackets with hoods which we had to put on over our normal clothes. We were then all given a lifejacket to wear. It was one of the lightw... more
Customer Bass Rock Seabird Seafari (Berwick) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
While I have been staying here in Edinburgh with Dave (he is still working up here) we went on an adventure and it was so brilliant I just had to tell you about it! We went on a Seabird Seafari! Where is it? The trips depart from the harbour in North Berwick next to the Seabird Centre. The website address is http://www.seabird.org/boat-trips.asp where you will find lots of information about the trips. There are two boat trips to choose from - one goes to Craigleith and then on to Bass Rock taking about an hour overall and the other goes to the Isle of May where you have at least two hours ashore. We did the shorter trip this time but aim ... Read the complete review
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