Monday 26th April comments: At last we are open! Today marked a significant day in the Isle of May calendar (especially this year) as we opened our doors to the public. Following a long hard winter with restrictions in place, we have been given permission to open with restricted numbers and today we welcomed people onto the island.
It’s great to share this magical place and although the weather was a bit cooler than in recent days (the wind was a bit biting) everyone enjoyed the experience and it was great to chat to those who had ventured out. The island will now be open (weather permitting) through to the end of September and you can book boats on the websites below.
So welcome back everyone, we have the seabirds and now the people to enjoy the place, so we can look forward to a good summer. I hope everyone gets the opportunity to visit the Isle of May and of course, if you can’t make it, you can still follow all the excitement from our regular social media updates. It’s good to be back.
May Princess (sails from Anstruther): https://www.isleofmayferry.com/
Ospreyrib (sails from Anstruther): https://www.isleofmayboattrips.co.uk/index.php
Seabird Rib (sails from North Berwick): https://seabird-centre.seafari-edinburgh.co.uk/forth-ferry-and-isle-of-may
Bluewild (sails from Dunbar): https://www.bluewild.co.uk/isle-of-may-landing-tour/