About A Bay to Remember.
Cardigan Bay is home to a rich and diverse variety of wildlife including the photogenic (if you’re quick!) and ever playful bottlenose dolphin.
Our operating area is in the most important area in the UK and Europe for bottlenose dolphins and where you’ll see the largest resident population – approximately 300 all year round with numbers peaking during the summer.
Also home to large numbers of inquisitive atlantic grey seals, the shy harbour porpoise and during the summer months the occasional sun fish or leather back turtle.
Spot gannets, razorbills, gullimots, choughs, manx shearwaters, fulmar petrels, peregrine falcons, shags, cormorants, kittiwakes, greater and lesser black backed gulls, to name a few!
Not to forget almost lunar sea cliffs and great caves. No surprise then that the southern part of Cardigan Bay is designated as a Special Are of Conservation (SAC), safeguarding the beautiful coastline and its wildlife for future generations.
Our fully guided trips are a combination of education, fun and exhilaration. Whether you are a family with young children (you will often see ours out on trips) or a wildlife enthusiast, we offer an unforgettable experience with something suitable for all ages. There is easy access boarding, suitable for all abilities (although we cannot get wheelchairs actually on the boat, we are happy to assist users aboard in any way we can).
Using modern purpose built vessels fitted with the latest safety equipment and high powered yet environmentally friendly engines, our trips depart all year round (limited winter sailings) from Cardigan.
We offer a choice of trips ranging from 1 to 2 hours, exploring the amazing coastline of North Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion with its abundant wildlife.
With regular stops at points of interest you’ll see and learn about local wildlife, geology and history, don’t forget to bring your camera (and a waterproof bag!).
Open from December to December.
Please call for times of trips.
- Open All Year