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RSPB Firth of Forth Seabird Cruises

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South Queensferry
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See puffins in action by taking an RSPB boat tour on the beautiful Firth of Forth. But that's not all- skuas, red-throated divers, seals and dolphins can all be seen patrolling the seas here in search of food. RSPB staff will be on hand to point out all of the wildlife, and you can even relax with a drink on board once you've had your fill of the stunning wildlife.

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Dates of Cruises
Sunday 17 May, Sunday 31 May, Wednesday 3 June, Sunday 14 June, Sunday 21 June, Wednesday 24 June, Wednesday 1 July, Sunday 5 July and Sunday 12 July.

Time - Sunday morning cruises depart at 9am. Wednesday evening cruises depart at 6.30pm. Duration of Cruises: 3 hours.

Location: All cruises depart from the Hawes Pier, South Queensferry, Edinburgh EH30 9TB.

Price: Adults £12, Children £6. Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £30.

For more information or to make a booking: please contact Angela Newton, Seabird Cruise Coordinator: Tel: 0131 311 6500 or email.

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