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Seal-Watching Trips, Blakeney

England's insider take:

Bishop's Boats ferries depart Blakeney Harbour or Morston Quay daily to view a 500-strong colony of common and gray seals in their natural habitat, then land on Blakeney National Nature Reserve if the tide allows. Knowledgeable crews give commentary along the way; the trips take between one and two hours, depending on the tides. The boats operate year-round, with reservations advisable in July, August, September, and at Christmas. Be sure to collect your tickets from Blakeney Quay 30 minutes before sailing time, and wear something warm and waterproof (Turnstone Cottage, Westgate Street, Blakeney; 44-1263-740-753;

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