East Caithness coastline boat tours
Join the Geo Explorer at Wick Harbour Marina for an exciting tour of the East Caithness coastline. Exploring caves, Whaligoe Haven, castles, geos, natural arches and much more. Close up views of birds and marine wildlife.
Informative commentary throughout.
Family friendly seating for up to 12 passengers. Fitted with twin outboard engines for additional safety. Cruising at up to 25 knots when sea conditions permit.
Sailing times are very flexible depending on demand and sea conditions. Advanced booking highly recommended. Telephone, email or complete the enquiry form within our website.
90 minutes sea tour. Adult £38 / Children (4+) under 16 £28
30 minutes sea tour. Adult £24 / Children (4+) under 16 £15
30 minutes kiddies (walking age +) tour within harbour limits. Adult £13 / Children under 16 £10
3 hour specialized tours (require forward planning and very good sea conditions). £63 per person and children should be 10+
From £24 per adult
April — October
Covid 19 Facilities
- COVID-19 measures in place
- Clear signage
- Contactless payment possible
- Hand sanitiser available to visitors & staff
- Hygiene screens in place
- Staff required to regularly wash hands
From £24 Per Adult £15 Per Child
Prices are subject to change depending on season
Tour company information
Caithness Seacoast Limited
Join the Geo Explorer for an exciting tour of the East Caithness coastline. Exploring caves, Whaligoe Haven, castles, geos, natural arches and much more. Close up views of birds and marine wildlife.
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