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Sea Angling Boat Trips Boddam Peterhead to Bullers
Sea Angling Boat Trips Boddam Peterhead to Bullers of Buchan and Cruden Bay Aberdeenshire Go sea angling or on a sightseeing trip aboard Misty the boat from Boddam harbour near Peterhead in Aberdeenshire to Bullers of Buchan and Cruden Bay
Misty Angling Trips is a super fishing or sightseeing service operating out of Boddam
harbour taking guests around the Aberdeenshire coast. This includes the rare opportunity to see Buchanness Lighthouse
, Bullers Of Buchan
and Slains Castle
at Cruden Bay from the sea.
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Misty and her skipper Gordon Morrison sail 7 days a week, weather permitting. There is a two hour minimum sailing for boat trips and three hours for fishing trips, though these times can be extended to suited customers. At a cost from just £7-50 an hour (children under 14 are half price) this is not only a fantastic price but makes a unique opportunity to see the Shires coastline, features like Dunbuy rock and even the chance to see wildlife and birds like puffins, guillemots, razorbills, cormorants, Shags, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, porpoises or dolphins and seals. One year the crew and passengers even sighted killer whales (orcas) swimming alongside skerry rock.
Misty has an onboard toilet and passengers get free tea and coffee. There is an additional small charge for rods, reels, lures and weight hire.
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