Breil Newk at Flamborough is an imposing sight, being a promontory sticking out from the chalk cliffs.
The Yorkshire Belle will attempt to pull along side Queen Rock, and at lower water you will see the remnants of a second, King Rock, that was victim of storms and erosion in the early part of last century.
Our trip to Breil Newk will take 1.5 hours. We will leave Bridlington, sailing across the Bay, seeing the same sights as our Lighthouse trip and Seaside Specialals. As we reach Flamborough Head itself, we will be 6 miles "out into the North Sea". We will then take a wider angle and sail around Flamborugh Head itself, making our way under the Lighthouse and the Fog Station.
As we sail around the Head itself, you will see that the chalk cliffs have altered in their geology and we start to see ledges appearing. These are what make the chalk cliffs of Flamborough and Bempton so eminentily suitable for seabirds to nest upon.