Fins, Feathers & Fish Wildlife Trips….

Are you interested in wildlife..?

Would you like to see Whales & Dolphins..?

Or watch seabirds flying by…?

Minke, Humpback, Sei & Fin Whales have all been spotted just off the North York Moors Coast together with Porpoises, White-beaked & Bottle-nosed Dolphins…. 

The main season for whales, in this area, corresponds with the herring spawning season which runs from August though to early October.  While porpoises and dolphins can be spotted at any time of the year.

bow-riding-dolphin

The following seabirds Skuas & Shearwaters, Guillemots, Razorbills, Fulmars & Gannets Shag, Divers & Scoters have all been spotted on earlier trips aboard ‘All My Sons

Fins, Feathers & Fish Wildlife Trips – dates for 2021…

Six hour trips… @ £60.00 per person

Sorry, no more six hour trips available this year, we will get dates for next year up soon, so please check back….

Three hour trips… @ £30.00 per person

Accredited Wildlife Safe Operator

Saturday 25th September 2021 – 16.30 hr until 19.30 hr – Sorry, this trip is now fully booked…

Sunday 26th September 2021 – 17.00 until 20.00 – Sorry, this trip is now fully booked…

Monday 4th October 2021 – 12.00 until 15.00 hr – 3 places

Gift Vouchers are available, please get in touch…

call Sean on 01947 – 840278

or email sean@realstaithes.com

These trips may also be arranged to suit you and the tides.

Start & finish times and the actually length of the trip vary, Staithes harbour does dry out so we have to work with the tides…

Please note :-

  •  we cannot guarantee that whales, dolphins or certain seabirds will be spotted on every trip but if they are there Sean will usually spot them….
  • all our trips are weather dependant and we may have to cancel, we do ask that you contact us the evening before any trip to check…
  • Please bring with you warm, waterproof clothing & sturdy footwear.  Any refreshments you may require and don’t forget your camera…

The short video below showing a Minke Whale, was taken on Saturday 27th August 2016, it was posted by ‘Leeds Birder’ to twitter directly from our boat moments after it was shot….  thanks for sharing it with us ….