Seven Sisters and Birling Gap


The trip takes us across Seaford Bay, passing Seaford Head before reaching the Coastguard Cottages at Cuckmere Haven. We’ll then continue along the Sussex Heritage Coast towards Birling Gap and the Belle Toute Lighthouse.

Once there, we’ll head south to catch a glimpse of the famous Beachy Head Lighthouse a little further along the coast.  It lies approximately seven miles to the east of Newhaven Port.

We’ll then venture back towards the southwest so we can see the Seven Sisters in all of their splendour, stopping to take plenty of photos en route.  In the summer months, we have regular sightings of Harbour Porpoise and occasionally Common Seals.

We’ll cruise west to Newhaven from there and be back alongside before you know it.

In short, if you’re simply looking for the best Seven Sisters boat trip on offer then this is the one for you…!


The Seven Sisters rival even the White Cliffs of Dover for ivory clarity. The constant crashing of the ocean waves at their base is causing them to fall piece-by-piece back into the ocean.

The cliffs are known as the Seven Sisters due to the seven distinct hilltops that comprise their silhouette. The bright white colour of the stone is thanks to the abundance of chalk that makes up the majority of the cliff face.


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The voyage takes place several times each day throughout Spring, Summer and Autumn. It’s suitable for all ages and lasts approximately one hour.

Book early as you won’t be alone in wanting to experience our view of the incredible Sussex Heritage Coastline.


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