Today’s cruise was simply brilliant! The weather forecast seemed to put some people off coming, but apart from a bit of light drizzle, everything was fine. So often the weather is much better in the estuary than in surrounding areas: please don’t be put off by a bad forecast! That said, wind surfers were taking
Unfortunately after several successful years in Mamhead Gardens our booking office is now gone. We have thoroughly enjoyed being located in such a prominent position allowing us to meet and greet our passengers professionally. During the summer months we have been surrounded by flowers and throughout the year we have gladly answered questions on everything
Our online ticket booking site is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. So even if you are not available during the traditional office hours you can still ensure you have booked for your favourite trip with us. You can even book vouchers online, very handy if you have forgotten Auntie Mabel’s
Followers of Stuart Line Cruises on Facebook (facebook.com/stuartlinecruises) and Twitter (stuartlineexm) will already know that last Thursday we were delighted to be awarded Silver in the Visit Devon Tourism Awards of 2015. A group of staff including company owners Ian and Philippa Stuart and their son Jake attended a packed evening at the Plymouth Holiday
My first trip of the year was a real treat. At least forty species seen with some surprises amongst them. As we headed out towards the Mouth there were many Brent Geese feeding on the vegetation at the edges of the shore the first of the many hundreds that we saw throughout the trip but
‘I love him and he loves me….. we’ll get married by the sea!’ If you are planing a wedding for 2016, 2017 or beyond (any one planning on a Christmas proposal take note!) then you may like to consider a seaside wedding on the Devon Heritage Coast. We have teamed up with Martin John Nicholls
There is only 20 days to go until the first of our Sail With Santa Cruises leaves the docks. With this in mind we’ve been sent a couple of Santa’s Elves to ensure we have the age and gender of all the boys and girls coming to see us and start wrapping the 1500 presents
It was good to be back for the first bird watching cruise of the winter. Although breezy with drizzle at first, it proved to be a good one. In the estuary mouth, just off the seaward side of Dawlish Warren, was a female or immature Long-tailed Duck – let’s hope it stays for the winter!
Because we really really think you’ll want to hear what is going on! Admittedly, non of us have started our own Christmas shopping or planned much beyond who is cooking the turkey but when it comes to the Festive season on the boats we have been in full swing since last winter! There is still
This week we had the first of our Cream Tea Cruises and our second Ploughman’s Lunch Cruise of the year! Both of these cruises have proved to be extremely popular with groups this year, with over 10 planned so far of each cruise there is no reason to miss out on joining us!