Trips on Lucy Lavers

Following her return from Dunkirk, Lucy Lavers now lives in the working fishing port of Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk,

where she served twice as the town's relief lifeboat. She gives pre-booked trips afloat from Easter to October (weather permitting) to the public, schools and other groups, acting as a floating ambassador to help people understand and experience our maritime heritage. 

On land her story will continue to be told through films, photographs and displays at Rescue Wooden Boats Maritime Heritage Centre in Stiffkey, Norfolk, and here on the website. 

Trips on Lucy Lavers recommence from May 2018.  Book your ticket/s now! 


 Sun 6th   Sat 12th   Sun 20th   Sun 27th        
 9.00am  3.00pm  9.00am  4.00pm        
 Sat 9th  Sat 23rd  Sat 30th          
 1.00pm  1.30pm  6.30pm          
 Sat 7th  Sat 14th  Sat 21st  Weds 25th  Sat 28th      
 11.00am  7.00pm  12 noon  4.30pm  6.00pm      
 Fri 3rd  Sun 5th  Weds 8th  Sat 11th  Thurs 16th  Sat 18th   Weds 22nd  Sat 25th
 9.00am  10.30am  2.30pm  5.30pm  9.00am  10.00am  3.00pm  5.30pm
 Sun 2nd  Weds 5th  Sat 8th  Sat 15th  Weds 19th  Sat 22nd    
 9.30am  1.00pm  4.30pm  9.00am  1.30pm  4.00pm    
 Sat 6th  Sun 14th  Sat 20th          
 3.30pm  9.00am  3.00pm          


How to book standard trips: contact the Tourist Information Office in Staithe Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk,  NR23 1AN  01328 710885.  

How to book special trips or whole boat charters: contact us.  

How much? Adults: £15 / Children (4-15 years): £10.  Pay on board.

Trip duration: approximately 45-60 minutes.

Where: Meet on Tugboat Yard (see map) 15 minutes before departure. Full safety and instruction details at the Tourist Information Office.

Directions for Tugboat Yard: walk to the road beside the quay and, facing the sea, turn right and walk until the road turns inland up the hill. Tugboat Yard is the grassed area ahead on the left. 

Limited spaces are available and all trips are pre-booked only.  All trips are subject to weather conditions.


Image: Gary Anthony

For more images, visit the Lucy Lavers New Life Afloat photograph collection.