Lyme Bay RIB Charter is a Multi Award Winning company based in West Bay Harbour, Dorset.

Running three bespoke built passenger carrying RIBs, (rigid inflatable boat) LBRC has the capacity to carry over 30 passengers over the three vessels.

Offering a wide choice of trips, there is something to suit all. Whether you’re looking for an exhilarating Blast along the coast or a more leisurely cruise – LBRC has the answer.

  • Cruises & Coasteering
  • Family Friendly

Trips running daily from the quayside in West Bay include:

  • West Bay RIB Blast: a quarter hr high speed trip
  • Jurassic Coastal Cruise: half hr cruise along the coast
  • Golden Hour Cruise: a 1hr extended cruise running mornings and evenings.
  • Water Taxi: pick up from either West Bay or Lyme Regis and travel across the bay
  • Water Skiing/Wakeboarding: lessons and tows with all equipment provided.
  • Jurassic Coast Trust Tours: a special tour with commentary from a JCT expert guide.
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Plus, a huge choice of private charters available which are perfect for families, groups, clubs, birthday parties, hen parties or work outings… even scattering of ashes.

With immediate access to the stunning Jurassic Coastline, LBRC is the perfect choice when it comes to getting afloat and viewing the coastline from a totally different perspective… the sea.

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