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Lyme Bay Rib Charter

West Bay, Dorset

  • Lyme Bay Rib Charter
  • Lyme Bay Rib Charter
  • Lyme Bay Rib Charter
  • Lyme Bay Rib Charter

The Harbour, West Bay, Dorset, DT6 4HE

Tel: 07971 258515

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Lyme Bay RIB Charter have repeatedly won Gold for ‘Best Activity, Experience’ at the Dorset Tourism Awards for our Quayside trips!

Come and see why for yourself…!

The trips run from the quayside in West Bay from Easter until the end of the October.

Our ‘West Bay Blast’ is one of the fastest rides on the water! Experience for yourself the truly AWESOME speed and handling of a RIB, nothing comes close to the feeling you’ll get as we head along the coast at full throttle.

Our half hour coastal cruise takes in ALL of the stunning, iconic views and scenery as seen on Broadchurch and offers you photo opportunities all along the Jurassic Coast, from Burton Cliff to Golden Cap! This daily excursion is becoming extremely popular with its suitability for nearly all the family.

This is the perfect way to see just how amazing the Dorset coastline and cliffs really are! 30 minutes at sea offers enough time to view up to 16 miles of coast and millions of years of history
A private charter gives you exclusive use of the boats on a date and time that’s fits around you and, offers you and your party the best way to spend your time on the water in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Our skippers will help you tailor your charter in order to maximise what you can see and where to go, taking in the best of Dorset’s stunning Jurassic Coast and ensuring you a hassle free experience.

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