It's difficult to keep up with who and when boat trips are running along this beautful coastline, but here's some information from local cruise companies operating. Call them to check dates!
Jurassic Cruise to Swanage - Cruise from Poole Quay past Old Harry Rocks to Swanage on this delightful 1½ - 2 hour round-trip cruise. Option to land in Swanage and return on a later boat.
Jurassic Cruise to Poole Quay - Cruise past the Isle of Purbeck and Old Harry Rocks to historic Poole Quay on this delightful 45 minute each way cruise. Spend time ashore in Poole.
Enjoy a cream tea onboard - Cream teas with freshly baked scones, clotted cream and preserve are served onboard.
Tel: 01202 724910 Website: www.dorsetcruises.co.uk
Enjoy a scenic trip to the picturesque cove at Lulworth, taking in the sights of the dramatic cliff formations along the way, including the magnificent limestone arch, Durdle Door - all from the unique perspective of being at sea. Then enjoy an exhilarating return trip to Weymouth.
Travel approximately 18 miles.
We are able to operate this ride daily, subject to sea & weather conditions.
The design & build of our RIB T2 allows us to view the coastline closely giving you the best view of England's only World Heritage Coast.
Tel: 0789 9892 317 Website: www.weymouth-whitewater.co.uk
Ever wondered what it would be like to see Dorset's beautiful Jurassic coastline from the water? Try the Secondwind Jurassic Coast Kayak Tours. See this amazing coastline from a completely different perspective!
We provide quality Kayak tours along Dorset's World Heritage coastline under the supervision of local qualified guides.
You will see the coastline from a different perspective and gain knowledge of rock formations and marine life.
Kayaks are the only suitable craft to enter caves and arches along the way including the famous 'Durdle Door'.
Tel: 01305 835301. Website: www.worldofwatersports.co.uk