A Special Cruise has been organised to meet the Cunard Line Cruise Ship the Queen Elizabeth as she will be sailing close to Flamborough Head on Friday 24th June 2016.
We sail as always from our home port of Bridlington and the Belle will leave Bridlington North Pier at 12 noon promptly on Friday 24th June for a three and a quarter hour trip, aiming to meet the cruise ship and then sail right under East Yorkshire's fabulous seabird reserve, RSPB Bempton Cliffs to see the seabirds at the height of the breeding season
To read more detail about this trip and get links to other websites make sure you follow the link to read more .
Not only will you see the cruise ship close up, but then we will sail closely under the cliffs to see Puffins, Kittiwakes, Gannets, Fulmars, Guillemots, Razorbills, Shags and no doubt a few Herring Gulls too.
If you have not visited RSPB Bempton Cliffs then you have missed a treat, as we are fortunate to operate within an area full of Wildlfe. As we sail back towards Bridlington, we will also pass the home of Yorkshire Wildlife's Living Seas Centre at South Landing Flamborough, closely followed by North Beach Fish & Chips (situated right on Bridlington's North Beach, but sadly we cannot stop to buy a portion.
Bring your camera for an amazing experience, Take a look at the Cunard page to see more details of this amazing Cruise Ship - The Queen Elizabeth, named by the Queen herself in 2010. Most fitting to see her in her Majesty's 90th year.
Tickets will go on sail from the paybox on Friday morning - please note we do not sell tickets in advance.