Make sure you book your place on this spectacular summer evening cruise and enjoy magnificent views of the sun setting over the islands of the Firth of Forth, while you sip on a complimentary drink.

This leisurely two-hour cruise is a magical way to end any day, passing the islands of Craigleith, the Lamb and Fidra. Relax onboard taking in the stunning views across the sea and the sandy shoreline of East Lothian. A wonderful opportunity to see the seabirds and marine wildlife basking in the evening light. Sula III will leave from North Berwick harbour and the first port of call is Craigleith. 

Craigleith is home to thousands of nesting seabirds. We'll also keep a lookout for seals basking on Craigleith an established grey seal colony. If we're lucky maybe even dolphins which are being spotted regularly just off the coast of North Berwick. Next stop is the Lamb a small uninhabited island which is flanked by two 'sheep dogs', the North and South Dog Islands. The Lamb was bought in 2009 by world famous mystifier Uri Geller who believes that Fidra has links not only to the pyramids but to King Arthur, King Robert the Bruce and to the ancient Kings of Ireland. As dusk then turns to darkness you'll be able to see Fidra Lighthouse illuminated against the evening sky. Fidra is a national nature reserve owned by the RSPB. This charming little island fired up Robert Louis Stevenson's imagination to write Treasure Island when he accompanied his father and uncle on trips to the island while they were designing the lighthouse. He often visited the beaches at the area known today as Yellowcraig and it is said that he based his map of Treasure Island on the shape of Fidra. 

We look forward to welcoming you aboard for a wonderful evening to remember. 

Well behaved dogs are also welcome. 

The tour takes approximately 2 hours and does not land on any of the islands.


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