Dave’s trip to Fife July’17

Dave from North Berwick I did not want it to end. The ferry journey over to Anstruther from North Berwick is something that everyone should put on their to-do list. Since the Seabird Centre launched the Forth Ferry Crossing, it had become something that I wanted to do, but somehow never found the time., When…

Dawn’s trip to Anstruther June’17

  Dawn from Dunbar We have been quite lucky recently with the weather; a lot of lovely sunny days so I couldn’t wait to head on the Ferry over to Anstruther with my husband, Graeme and dad, Brian, for a nice wee day out. Maybe enjoy a walk along the coastline, or a day trip…

Catriona’s trip September ’16

Catriona from Edinburgh Having been offered a trip on the new Forth Ferry between North Berwick and Anstruther with the Scottish Seabird Centre – I was keen to try it out! On this particular day, the sun was shining and it was looking like it was going to be a gorgeous trip! It was an…

The Christie’s trip to North Berwick August’16

The Christie family from Fife The Forth Ferry has been sailing between Anstruther and North Berwick since June, and we’d been meaning to do the trip with the kids all summer. So, we decided it would be a great family day out on the last day of the summer holidays. Well, we couldn’t have been…

Alison’s trip to Anstruther August’16

Alison Singleton and Darcey the dog As a member of the Seabird Centre, I felt it long overdue to take a trip on the catamaran to Fife. I vaguely remember this service being offered many years ago but by the time I’d thought about using it, it’d stopped running. There were four of us who…

Melanie’s trip to North Berwick July ’16

Melanie Chadd – photographer, blogger, traveller  I love being just a fifty minute drive from the East coast of Scotland. The sea is so calming and beautiful, even on it’s stormiest of days in the middle of winter. Our plans to have a day out in North Berwick this week meant we needed to listen…

The Crummey’s trip to Anstruther July ’16

The Crummeys (and friends) from East Lothian We know the East Neuk of Fife well and really wanted our friends from Wales to see it too. Living in Gullane, it can be frustrating seeing the Bass Rock and wishing you could just hop across the water! So having the chance to take the 45 minute…

The Roden family’s trip to Anstruther June ’16

The Rodens, from East Lothian, family of four Our family takes a summer holiday on the Fife Coast each year. Normally, we take the car and the kids tolerate the hour and a half drive there. So it was a novelty to take the short-cut across the water in only 45 minutes. And, boy, was…