Whitby Coastal Cruises operate a number of different boat trips out of Whitby Harbour. With regular sailings throughout the day, we offer plenty of opportunities to experience the Yorkshire coast from a unique perspective.
Read below to find out about each of our different trips. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates and information.
Our sea trips on Summer Queen and Esk Belle III are our most popular trip. Sailing from the harbour every 20 minutes throughout the day. We operate two boats at the same time, so there's plenty of capacity and never long to wait before the next trip NO BOOKING NEEDED
Tickets cost £5per person, with under 5s going free! Family Tickets available
Sail through the heart of Whitby on Dash II. This is a smaller boat, able to navigate the River Esk inland, through the harbour and marina and onward under the impressive viaduct towards the village of Ruswarp. This trip boards from opposite The Angel Hotel.
Tickets cost £5 per person, with under 2s going free!
This 2 half hour trip runs in September and provides a chance to see some of the amazing wildlife and scenery of the Yorkshire coast. Refreshments are available, so sit back, relax and enjoy an unforgettable experience!
Adults cost £20, children (under 16) cost £.15.00 Under 5s go free!
Our 45 minute Sunset Cruises operate throughout the summer. Sailing from Brewery Steps on the harbourside, we head north towards Sandsend to enjoy the dramatic North Sea sunset from a unique perspective. Please check the sign at Brewery Steps for sailing times, or visit out Facebook page.
Adults cost £9 children (under 14) cost £4.50
Leaving the Harbour at dusk we sail out to sea as the remaining daylight fades away. Returning after dark we give our passengers a unique opportunity to view Whitby from the sea at night, to view the town in another 'light'! Check the sign at Brewery Steps or our Facebook page for times.
Adults cost £9, children (under 14) cost £4.50
Great value for money only 20 mins but you get some good views you wouldn't get from shore good commentary as well!Mark G