Hit the water this summer along the Yorkshire coastline

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With temperatures set to rise this summer, dive into these five water-based activities on the Yorkshire coast.

The Yorkshire coast is a great destination to explore by boat or paddleboard with its rugged cliffs, charming seaside towns, and beautiful beaches. Soak up the natural beauty of the coastline by taking to the water as part of Yorkshire’s ultimate road trip – Route YC.

North Yorkshire Waterpark: For an adrenaline-fuelled day out, why not get wet and wild at North Yorkshire Waterpark. They offer a range of fun-filled activities including inflatable aquatic obstacle courses and SUP-ing to kayaking. There is also a café to relax in afterwards.

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Yorkshire Belle: Cruise into summer with a sightseeing trip aboard the historic MV Yorkshire Belle, a pleasure cruiser based in Bridlington. You can choose between a one-hour lighthouse cruise, one-and-a-half hour Breil Newk/Silex Bay cruise, two-and-a-half hour Bempton Cliffs cruise or three hour trip to Filey Bay.

Passengers enjoying a high speed powerboat experience on Scarborough's beautiful coastlinePassengers enjoying a high speed powerboat experience on Scarborough's beautiful coastline
Passengers enjoying a high speed powerboat experience on Scarborough's beautiful coastline

Scarborough Speedboat Rides: For the adrenaline lovers out there, Scarborough Speedboat Rides are a must! They offer an eight-minute exhilarating high-speed ride across Scarborough Bay, with exciting twists and turns along the way.

Scarborough Surf School: Learn to surf with Scarborough’s Surf School at Cayton Bay, which operates all year round, seven days a week. They offer surf lessons from stunning Cayton Bay just South of Scarborough but can also offer coasteering, stand up paddleboarding, super SUP activities.

Route YC’s top beach picks: No trip to the Yorkshire coast would be complete without a trip to the beach, so here are Route YC’s favourite five beaches:

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Spurn Point – great for spotting wildlife, Hornsea Beach – a fabulous destination for families with facilities and a golden sandy beach, Mappleton Beach – a true hidden gem on the Yorkshire coast, Runswick Bay – ideal for those looking for water sports hire and Whitby’s Beaches for a traditional beach experience. Route YC is helping visitors explore a choice of six destinations along the Yorkshire Coast including Spurn Point to the coves of Whitby, the golden sandy beaches of Hornsea and Bridlington and everything in between, including Scarborough, Filey and Withernsea.

For more information about Route YC and water-based activities you can do here, head over to www.routeyc.co.uk and follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/RouteYC and Instagram www.instagram.com/routeyc

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