JET ADVENTURES
Lowestoft Coastal Sightseeing

Lowestoft Coastal Sightseeing

See the Sunrise Coast first hand in an exciting boat trip

Adult £25, Child (under 16) & Senior (Over 65) £20

Fast Boat Trip

Gorleston via Lowestoft, Corton & Hopton

1 Hr 15 Mins Approx

Weather Dependant*

Overview

Step aboard for an exciting scenic boat trip of the Sunrise Coast where you’ll realise why we just can’t get enough of this beautiful stretch of coastline…

Interested in the wildlife or is it just the idea of seeing the coast from the “other side”, or maybe perhaps it’s just being on a boat! You’ll see plenty and get all the photo opportunities you need for that next insta post!

Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs

Trip Itinerary

  • Departure from our berth at MTB 102 Trust
  • Leisurely 4 knot journey downstream, passing under the towns Bascule Bridge before heading out to sea
  • 20 knot approx. cruise north passing Ness Point (Britain’s most easterly point), Gunton, Corton and Hopton
  • Arrival at Gorleston
  • Return journey
Shearwater moving at speed through the water

Important Things To know

  • This is a fast open boat trip
  • This trip goes out to sea
  • This trip is weather dependant*
  • You may get very wet and cold and are advised to dress accordingly

See here for how to find us: https://www.jetadventures.co.uk/how-to-find-us/

*Weather Dependant means we require favourable weather conditions in order for the trip to be comfortable for passengers. This is normally determined by the wind speed/direction. If we think weather may be a problem, this will be communicated to you ASAP.

  • Shearwater (our boat) at sea
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs
  • Andy Smith - Corton Cliffs

Photos courtesy of Andy Smith. See more of his great work at: https://www.facebook.com/Andys-Drone-Photography-and-Videos-101326142018507/