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Beans Seal Trips                                            Blakeney                                   www.beansboattrips.co.uk
A family run business for over 50 years providing daily boat trips to see the seals and birds at Blakeney Point nature reserve (North Norfolk).  The trips last for either one or two hours and we run throughout the year.  We guarantee you will see the seals and we get very close, all our boats are licensed by the MCA and carry full safety equipment. (More info on the website).
Directions:  Depart from MORSTON QUAY on the main A149 coast road between Blakeney and Wells next Sea

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Bishops Boats Seal Trips                              Blakeney                               www.bishopsboats.co.uk
A 1 to 2 hour boat trip to see the seals and birds on Blakeney Point nature reserve. We guarantee you will see the seals (or you get your money back!)  The seal trip lasts about one hour and additional time maybe spent on Blakeney Point if tides and conditions allow. Trip times vary every day with the tides. All boats and crew are licensed by the Maritime & Coastguard agency. We carry full life-saving equipment, but do not go out to the open sea on our trips. Please book in advance.
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All tickets are sold on Blakeney Quay. NR25 7NE. Blakeney is on the A149 between Wells and Sheringham.

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Searles Seatours                                     Hunstanton                               www.searles.co.uk/outdoorsports.asp
A unique trip fun for all ages; Visit the seals of the Wash.  See between 100 – 500 common seals in their natural environment.  Five tours are available leaving from the Central promenade Hunstanton, visit sandbanks and view Hunstanton’s Cliffs from the Sea. Ride the Wash Monster - the first 60 seater amphibious vessel, or the Sealion first 60 seater MSA approved catamaran. Call or visit our website for tour times and more details.
Directions:  Tours leave from the Central Promenade Hunstanton, off the A149 from Kings Lynn, Booking Recommended

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Redwings Caldecott Visitor Centre                  Fritton, Great Yarmouth                  www.redwings.co.uk
Visit more than 100 rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules at Redwings' Norfolk Visitor Centre. Meet the residents, shop in the gift shop, take part in a guided tour, enjoy a light meal in the Nosebag café and even adopt a Redwings resident for just £8.50 a year. Entry is free of charge and the centre is open daily until October.
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On Beccles Road between Beccles and Great Yarmouth, in the village of Fritton

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