Stuart Line Cruises offers evening trip along Jurassic coast

PUBLISHED: 16:45 12 September 2018

The Stuart Line Cruises boat near the dramatic red Jurassic cliffs. Picture: Stuart Line Cruises.

The Stuart Line Cruises boat near the dramatic red Jurassic cliffs. Picture: Stuart Line Cruises.

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Cruise with commentary and musical entertainment will raise money for the Jurassic Coast Trust’s conservation work

A fun and informative evening cruise along the Jurassic coast from Exmouth to Sidmouth takes place on Thursday, September 13.

The Jurassic Coast Trust and Stuart Line Cruises have teamed up to offer the cruise, with which will feature expert commentary on the rocks and landforms of Exmouth, Ladram Bay, Budleigh Salterton and more, courtesy of the Trust’s volunteer “Ambassadors”.

On the journey back to Exmouth, guests will be entertained by sea shanties from the internationally-renowned group the Exmouth Shantymen.

Sam Rose, Chief Executive of the Trust, said: “I’m looking forward to welcoming people on board the cruise, which will showcase the western end of our World Heritage Site in all its glory. Stuart Line Cruises have generously donated their boat to us for the evening, so all money raised from ticket sales goes towards conserving and protecting the coastline.”

Tickets are £10 per person and available from the Jurassic Coast Trust website: jurassiccoast.org/shop.


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