Championing the North Sea
From the outset Wetwheels Yorkshire has worked closely with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to not only ensure that our interactions with the creatures of the North Sea are carried out in an appropriate manner, but also on projects that help actively preserve the wonderful animals and birds of our region. Projects include, amongst others, carrying out cetacean (whales, dolphins and porpoise) surveys, siting and maintaining fishing line disposal bins, running online information sessions (Wetwheels Yorkshire Live!) plus providing a film platform for tv interviews and promotional videos as seen here (look out for your favourite accessible power boat towards the end) ...
Amble Outreach 2021
Brief highlights of Wetwheels Yorkshire's Amble Outreach 2021.
Discover Yorkshire Coast (inc Wetwheels Yorkshire)
New for the 2021 season, this video features everythign that's terrific about the Yorkshire Coast - including Wetwheels Yorkshire!
Smiles All The Way...
A lovely video of a special trip taken in Summer 2020. In the midst of the C19 pandemic, Wetwheels Yorkshire was able to deliver a limited number of trips to families emerging from shielding. Safe, exhilarating and emotional for everyone involved. This trip, taken out of Scarborough, had it all....
Wetwheels Yorkshire Royal Naming Ceremony 2018
On August 1st 2018 (Yorkshire Day) Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, visited Whitby to meet participants and crew on board Wetwheels Yorkshire. Her Royal Highness then performed a naming ceremony to officially welcome the fifth boat into the Wetwheels fleet.
Wetwheels Yorkshire 2018 Outreach Scarborough
Following the arrival of Wetwheels Yorkshire into Whitby in June 2018, she travelled to the nearby port of Scarborough to run the first ever fully accessible trips from the UK's first ever holiday resort.