Stonehaven Sea Safari

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Get ready to see some of the most dramatic coastline on the East Coast of Scotland as Stonehaven Sea Safari transport you safely at speed for an unforgettable trip! Experience the thrill of a specially built Sea Safari boat you get up close and personal to some of the world’s most popular sea and wildlife.

Whether it’s beautiful and highly intelligent dolphins or the unmistakable colours of the Puffin to the secret caves and waterfalls that cannot be seen from land, you are guaranteed to have an amazing experience for the whole family to enjoy.


The Buchanan family operated fishing boats for 5 generations from the Firth of Forth until Andrew settled with his wife Rachael in the North East 20 years ago. The sea is in their blood and since then their family of 4 boys have grown up enjoying this amazing seashore and rich diversity of the Kincardine coastline in their own boat. With a desire to share this well kept secret and allow others the chance to view this stunning coastline the idea for Stonehaven Sea Safari was born and along with it came 4 Brothers……

4 Brothers is a custom built British RIB which uses modern technology to transport you safely at speed to some of the most dramatic coastline on the East Coast of Scotland. She is very manoeuvrable and whisper quiet when running slowly amongst birds, seals and dolphins. 4 Brothers is much bigger than a similar type pleasure boat and built to handle the North Sea. You can be assured that with the years of boatbuilding experience from Ribcraft, and the reliability of two 300hp Suzuki outboards, combined with our expert local knowledge we have the best possible platform for our trips. Stonehaven Sea Safari's crew and skippers (2 of whom are RNLI helmsman) hold all the relevant qualifications to ensure your safety at all times.


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    May - September
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