Temples Seal Trips
- Boat Charter with Skipper
- Common Seals
- Grey Seals
- Suitable for All Ages
- Timetables Available
Come and take a boat trip with Temples Seal Trips to see these wonderful creatures in their natural environment basking on Blakeney Point. You will find us on the north Norfolk coast (A149) where our red and white boats, Morston Ferry & the Four Sisters leave from Morston Quay. The seal trip is suitable for all ages and can only be described as a ‘must do’ experience!
All seal trips last approximately one hour and the landing on Blakeney Point lasts for an additional 30 - 60 minutes. We will be happy to inform you of departure times, or we can send you a timetable so you can plan your trip. Tickets are obtained from The Anchor pub in Morston.
Please note: We cannot take bookings by email, but please ring to reserve your seats. Places fill very quickly so we suggest you book early to avoid disappointment. Call now on 01263 740791 or visit our website for current prices.
The Seal Trip
Having collected your tickets from The Anchor, we will direct you down to Morston Quay to catch the boat, which will take you out to Blakeney Harbour, with the fully qualified crew on board able to share their local knowledge with you. The seals, both common and grey variety will normally be basking on the end of Blakeney Point.
There are mostly common seals in the summer months, which have arrived at Blakeney Point in order to have their pups. The pups start arriving about June, and will continue through until the end of August. The grey seals have their pups in the months of November and December, so Christmas is a good time for viewing if you wrap up warm!
Seals are very inquisitive animals and will often swim around the boat. This is a perfect time for photographs, so don´t forget your camera! The views are stunning, and what better chance to breathe in the fresh air of the north Norfolk coast. The trip is a unique experience for all ages - a rare opportunity to visit wildlife in its natural surroundings.
On the way home (tide permitting) we will actually land on Blakeney Point, which is a welcome opportunity to stretch your legs on a beautiful strip of beach. Here you will have time to walk to the old Lifeboat house which is now an information centre owned by the National Trust.