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We are pleased to welcome you back on board the Laura May! 

It has been a long while!  Now operational again we are ready and eager to take you, your family and friends out to Scolt again and cruise the creeks and channels around the island.


Price, per family whole boat charter / max 5 people*

 £ 180


For more information, updates and to book, please call

 Mobile: 07775 728904   Home Office: 01485 211132

 or use the website CONTACT page


*Subject to current covid restrictions

Looking for a unique way to experience the North Norfolk coastline, wanting to discover more about the birds, the wildlife and beautiful landscape - and feel like exploring magical Scolt Head Island?

Then welcome aboard!


Our boat, Laura May, operates daily (weather dependent) from Brancaster Staithe Harbour with skipper and guide Jon Brown at the helm.

Jon has lived and worked around Brancaster for more than 50 years.  Drawing on his unique experience you will learn about the coastal landscape and the wildlife that is constantly changing throughout the day between the ebb and flow of tides and changing seasons.


Whether this is your first visit to Norfolk or you are a local resident our trips offer a fantastic way to see the unspoiled beauty of this part of the North Norfolk coastline, and experience its tranquillity and peace.


We would be delighted to help you with your booking - by telephone or via the Contact page.

See prices.  Please call or get in touch to discuss your trip.

Mobile: 07775 728904   Home Office: 01485 211132

Steinvora, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE31 8BU


Private Charter

Laura May is also available for exclusive private charter, offering tailor-made opportunities to experience the island in ways that best suits your friends and family. 

Either phone or use the Contact form to discuss your ideas and requirements:

Mobile:  07775 728904         Home Office:  01485 211132

Branta Cruises is extremely grateful to Baz Scampion and Chris Gomersall for allowing their photographs to be used on this site