Farne Island Trips

The Farne Islands are a spectacular venue for birdwatchers and photographers, it's great to take the kids they won't come any closer to wildlife than here especially if you take a landing trip.

Often at the end of March the first Puffins have already arrived and are inspecting the burrows in readiness for the breeding season (photo courtesy of the Farne Island Rangers)  and our friend Andrew took this fantastic video of the guillemots coming back around the same time, so from then on there's lots to see on the Farne Islands, and as the breeding season progresses, a variety of other birds take up residence, pufflings hatch and the guillemot jumplings launch themselves from the cliffs for their first swimming attempt if you are there to witness this event you wonder how so many of them survive.

Andrew Douglas runs Serentity and offers sail arounds and landings you can book at his office in Seahouses just next to Neptunes fish and chip shop or ring : 01665 721667

William Shiels operates operates the Billy Shiels  Glad Tidings boats and has a booking office  next to Barclays Bank Tel: 01665 720308

Hanvey's Farne Islands Boatmen operating the MV St. Cuthbert and offer a special family rate, they can be contacted on 01665 720388 

Dogs are allowed:

Hanveys allow dogs on boats and the Longstone Island landing.

Other trips may accept dogs please ask at the relevant cabin on booking.

Landing Charges

There is a fee payable when landing on National Trust Islands, National Trust Members free of charge.