Isle of May Ferry
Anstruther Pleasure Cruises
Tel 07957585200
Anstruther Pleasure Cruises - Online Booking
COVID 19: Good news

We look forward to welcoming you aboard. The Scottish Government has announced that with restrictions, the tourism sector can open up again from the 15th July. From that date we will commence our scheduled sailings, limiting numbers to maintain social distancing with a number of procedures in place to mitigate the risk of infection. For "track and trace" we require bookings to be made online to ensure we have all contact details. We have made alterations to seating plans and fitted perspex screens on the boat to ensure areas are separated, and will closely monitor bookings as they come in to ensure that appropriate distancing can be managed between different individuals or groups. We are operating to a one metre distance so all passengers must wear face masks and for this season you will have allocated seating on arrival. If you are part of a group it is really important that you indicate in the comments section on the booking form if you can sit together.

Trips to the Island run from April through to the end of September Trips take 4 to 5 hours, with 2 to 3 hours on the island to enjoy the wildlife. The exact time is determined by the tide and weather conditions.

Please note our online booking facility closes at midnight on the day prior to the sailing, and also closes when we have reached the maximum number of available places allocated to the online system so after it has closed please contact us directly with any late availability enquiries as we may still have places available.

Please contact us directly on 07957 585200 or email

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If the boat does not sail due to adverse weather conditions etc we will refund your ticket payments in full - please check our full Terms & Conditions for online booking.

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