Skegness Seasiders are Back

From Easter 2017 until October 2017 Stagecoach East Midlands will be operating their exciting fleet of open-top buses which they call the ‘Skegness and Cleethorpes Seasiders’. Each Seasider has his or her own name and are very much part of the hearts of the Skegness community. If you fancy a day out, why not visit Skegness on one of the Seasiders?


Candy

Lolly

Milly

Pierre

Rocky

Rolly

Salty

Sandy

Shelly

Splash

Getting to Skegness from Lincoln

There's a direct route from Lincoln to Skegness by bus on the Interconnect 6. Use the Lincoln Bus journey planner or download the timetable.

Getting to Cleethorpes from Lincoln

To get to Cleethorpes take the Interconnect 53 from Lincoln to Grimsby, (download the timetable). From Grimbsby you can then take a local bus to get to Cleethorpes or (if you are able to) you could also walk the rest of your journey.

Fares

If you plan on taking the bus from Lincoln to see the Seasiders then you can purchase a day out ticket for £8.70 which can then be used on the Seasiders and on other Stagecoach East Midlands buses. If you are not travelling by bus from Lincoln but plan on riding on one of the Seasiders when you get to Skegness or Cleethorpes, you could purchase a dayrider for £4 for unlimited travel when you board a Seasider or any other bus in Skegness. Please note that you cannot use the Skegness Dayrider ticket to commute back to Lincoln, you can only use the Skegness Dayrider in Skegness.

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