The official page for The Yorkshire Belle, a purpose built pleasure boat sailing from Bridlington. Queries via website or directly via FaceBook Messenger The Yorkshire Belle sails from The North Pier, Bridlington Harbour, East Yorkshire, UK. Taking passengers on cruises varying in length from 30 mins to 3.5 hours. Sailing under the spectacular cliffs of Flamborough & Bempton to see the vast seabird colonies including Puffins & Gannets, the Belle has worked with the RSPB for over 28 years on special seabird cruises.
There are toilets on board as well as a fully licensed bar selling alcoholic drink, soft drinks, hot drinks, crisps, chocolates, sweets and nuts. Official merchandise is available to buy on board
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From all of us on the Yorkshire Belle. We hope you’ve had a fantastic Christmas and will have the best of luck in the new year.
We are safely back in Bridlington after this years visit to Hull. We left Albert dock at 5.20 this morning and arrived in Bridlington at 11.15. According to the ships GPS we covered 60 nautical miles. Unfortunately the most interesting bit (sailing down the Humber) was done completely in darkness so there are no photos to show of that.
Thanks to everyone who waved at us at we brought the centre of Hull to a standstill by opening all the bridges as we sailed down the river Hull from Deans dry dock. We will be leaving Albert dock around 5.30 tomorrow morning (Thursday 14th December) and sailing back to Bridlington. If you’re around in Bridlington at dinner time, come give a wave.
We’ve had a busy three weeks at Deans dry dock in Hull, but we are ready to leave and come home to Bridlington. We will be leaving Deans tomorrow (Wednesday 13th December) between 2.30 and 3 o’clock in the afternoon and sailing down the river Hull and into Albert dock. Weather permitting we will then sail back to Bridlington on Thursday.
Did anyone see us making our way up the River Hull this morning to Deans dry dock?
If you’re up and about in the centre of Hull tomorrow morning (Tuesday 21st November) keep an eye out for us making our way up the River Hull to dry dock on Lime street. We plan to be out in the Humber ready to pass the Deep and pass through Myton Bridge at 6.30am. We apologise in advance if you’re stuck in the traffic waiting as we have all the bridges open 😁
It was a lovely day to be out on the water. YB is all tucked up in Albert dock in Hull now until we move into dry dock next Tuesday.
A little short notice for anyone wanting to catch a glimpse of us sailing up the river Humber, but we've just left Bridlington en route to Albert Dock, Hull.
Bridlington’s brand new Shannon class lifeboat, Anthony Patrick Jones, arrived today. While we didn’t sail out to meet her, we were on the beach with the rest of the crowds braving the weather to welcome the new boat. Here are a few photos.
Since our season finished last week YB has transformed from summer pleasure steamer to the subject of our winter maintenance program. Most of the things you'd recognise from a cruise onboard are either covered up or removed completely.
Yesterday marked the end of our 2017 season. In the last 7 months we've covered 3743 nautical miles, and we'd like to thank everyone who supported and sailed with us. We've worked hard but had lots of fun and some great moments along the way. Here are a few photos of some of the best bits. There's no rest though as we start the winter maintenance work straight away, so keep an on us over the next 5 months for some behind the scenes photos.
Tomorrow (Tuesday 31st October) is the last day of sailing for our 2017 season. If you haven’t been for a cruise yet, tomorrow is the last chance this year. We will be sailing at 1 o’clock for a one hour cruise to Flamborough Head.