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Blakeney Point is a four-mile-long sand and shingle spit which joins the Norfolk Coast at Cley next the Sea. Part of the Blakeney National Nature Reserve, managed by the National Trust, the land is a rare and valuable natural habitat, The Reserve also includes the surrounding areas of saltmarsh, mudflats and freshwater marsh. A wide range of wildlife, plant life and invertebrates can be seen throughout the year on the Blakeney Point National Nature Reserve, including some rarities.

One of the most iconic sights on Blakeney point, aside from the Seals, is the beautiful, blue Lifeboat House, Built in 1898. The lifeboat house is now a National Trust information centre and is open to the public. On certain tides we can offer you the chance to land on Blakeney Point and visit the Lifeboat House.

Trip times vary according to tides and booking is strongly advised, particularly during holiday periods.
To book, call us on 01263 740792 or 07563 332088 between 8am – 9pm Monday to Sunday.

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