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Tickets for the Lundy Trip 2019

Tickets for the Lundy Trip 2019

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This year’s trip will take place on Sunday 23rd June, sailing from Bideford at 9.30am.

Everyone is welcome – birdwatchers, or those who would just like a peaceful day on this beautiful island.

We also hope to include a sail around the the island to see the seabirds and seals.

A bar and buffet will be available on board.

For more details please contact Mike Daniels on 01752 690278.

Itinerary

  • Boarding at Bideford from 9am.
  • Sailing at 9.30am.
  • Returning to Bideford at 9pm (approx).

Prices

  • Adults – £32 return.
  • Children – £16 return.
    Children must be under 16 years old on the day of the trip.

Please enter the full names and genders of your passengers in the ‘Passengers’ box above. This is a health and safety requirement for the ship.

If you’d prefer to pay by cheque rather than card, please send a cheque, payable to Devon Birds, plus a stamped addressed envelope, to:

Mike Daniels, 16 Erme Drive, Ivybridge, Devon, PL21 9BN

Please ensure you include the full names and genders of your passengers, plus your contact details.

MS Oldenburg at Bideford

 

The Ship

Lundy’s own ship, the MS Oldenburg, is a graceful motor vessel, comfortable and built on traditional lines. Below decks she retains her original panelling and brass fittings, but has been skillfully modernised to provide heated saloons, bar, buffet, shop and information centre.

The bar offers a wide range of drinks and a relaxing atmosphere, whilst hot and cold food is provided at the buffet. You can while away the time in our well stocked shop or find out more about the island at the information centre.

On fine days there is plenty of space on deck and if you are lucky you may be treated to the company of a playful pod of dolphins who often delight in following the ship.

Cancellation

The date is chosen after taking into account tide times, which govern sailing and return times. This is important as many people have to travel considerable distances, both before and after the event.

Since 1987, it’s known to have been cancelled twice, once through bad weather and once as a result of poor ticket sales. As much notice as possible and full refunds will always be given if a trip is expected to be cancelled.