Three Bridges and Three Islands

  • power boating

  • 1 hr 45 mins

  • Up to 12 people
  • house-outline

    Forth Sea Safaris

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    Fife, GB

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  • ticket-price
    From
    £50.00
    / adult
  • Description

    Join us on an exhilarating trip and experience the Three Bridges, Three Inches and Three lighthouses from the water. We will depart the pontoon at Burntisland where we will see out first lighthouse. After heading West towards Inchcolm island we will be blasting past the Haystack enroute to the Forth Bridges and our second lighthouse situated near to Inchgarvie island. After exploring the Forth Rail Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing and hopefully getting some unique photos of the bridges we will turn back East and head along the South shore past Hound Point oil terminal towards our third and final lighthouse Oxcars and Inchmickery Island. This should be a great opportunity to see puffins which burrow into the small cliffs on the island! (April - July only)

    There should also be plenty of opportunities to see seals, along the way. We guarantee an unforgettable adventure as you take in the sights and sounds of the Firth of Forth on board our boats. So join us today for an exhilarating experience of Scotland's famous Three Bridges and Three Inches!


    Requirements

    Our trip is not suitable for everyone and could put the following at an increased level of risk. Below are some examples. Please note this list is not exhaustive:

    1. Young children
    2. People with reduced mobility
    3. Those who are pregnant
    4. Those suffering from conditions resulting in decreased bone strength
    5. People with a history of back or spine conditions or injuries
    6. Anyone who is unable to effectively brace themselves during turns or impacts
    7. Regretfully we cannot accept those under 16 years of age due to conditions set by our landlords



    What to bring

    It is much colder out on the water than it is on land. We therefore suggest that you wear warm clothes and bring the following items:

    1. hats and gloves
    2. waterproofs (if you have them)
    Itinerary

    After being issued with waterproofs and a lifejacket and receiving a safety briefing we will head out on the water.


    After heading West towards 'Inchcolm' we will be blasting past the Haystack enroute to the Forth Bridges and our second lighthouse and island 'Inchgarvie'. After exploring the Forth Rail Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing, we will turn back East and head along the South shore past Hound Point oil terminal towards our third and final lighthouse 'Oxcars' and Inchmickery Island, This should be a great opportunity to see puffins which burrow into the small cliffs on the island!

    There should also be plenty of opportunities to see seals, along the way.



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