North Berwick and the Bass Rock - 6 hour trip
Join us for an unforgettable and exhilarating trip in our brand new RIB on an exciting powerboat cruise from South Queensferry down the Firth of Forth past the City of Edinburgh, to the pretty seaside village of North Berwick for lunch.
You will see the spectacular Forth Bridges including the UNESCO world heritage listed Forth Rail Bridge, you will pass the islands of Inchcolm, Inchmickery, and Inchkeith, and will have to opportunity to enter Leith harbour to see the Royal Yacht Britannia which was once the private yacht of HRH Queen Elizabeth. After stopping for lunch at one of North Berwicks excellent restaurants, we will return to South Queensferry via the Bass Rock, Craigleith Island, and Fidra, all of which are peaceful, unspoilt and teeming with wildlife.
You will have the opportunity to view and photograph some of the diverse wildlife that makes its home in the Firth of Forth, and time permitting will be able to land on Inchcolm island to see the historic 11th Centurey Abbey and the wildlife that lives on the island and in the nearby sea, including Seals, Dolphins, Puffins, Fulmars, Gannets, and the occasional whale.
The trip will take place in our brand new passenger boat 'Forth Ranger' which is the safest, most advanced, and most exhilarating fast passenger boat in the Firth of Forth. Forth Ranger will take you for a thrilling and luxuriously comfortable ride whatever the weather conditions with her modern suspension seats and bespoke cabin to protect you from spray and wind. Many of the locations which we are able to take you to are inaccessible by larger vessels, so no other company will be able to create the experience we can.
The whole trip will be fascinating, exhilarating and memorable, and you will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions, take photographs or simply sit back and admire the scenery.
Pick up from Newhaven or Granton is available on request, so please contact us for further details.