Ynglŷn â Falcon Boats
With over 20 years experience running wildlife boat trips around Pembrokeshire's islands our staff know every nook and cranny of the coast, every rock where seals haul out to bask in the sun, where the porpoise feed at the turn of the tide and every emerald cave. With every trip, we hope to impart our love and connection with the landscape to all on board.
We offer a range of trips with something to suit every ability and we will match you to the trip that best suits your needs and interests.
Join us for the Ramsey Island Explorer, suitable for all ages, where you will experience close encounters with wildlife such as Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoise and myriads of nesting seabirds as well as exploring the island's spectacular scenery of rock gorges, echoing sea caves towering sea cliffs and some of the fastest tidal races in Britain.
For the more intrepid explorer we offer an expedition to the most remote of the Pembrokeshire islands and the fringes of the Celtic deep. On this voyage our first stop is Grassholm island where you will encounter over 80,000 gannets, Britain's largest and most majestic seabird before we begin our search for dolphins whales and porpoise.
Or find the perfect end to the perfect day in Pembrokeshire and witness one of the wonders of the natural world as 360,000 Manx shearwaters return to their burrows at dusk, wingtips skimming the surface as the sun sets.
We also specialise in bespoke trips running exclusive trips for photographers and artists both with and without tuition as well as storytelling trips with best selling authors, Jackie Morris and Nicola Davies. Join us for a 'supper at Sea' where you can sit among the shearwaters at sunset and enjoy a picnic hamper.
Alternatively if you have a group or a specific interest you can charter the boat exclusively and we can create your perfect adventure.
Open from December to December.
- Free Admission
- Parking (charge)
- Parking (free)
Catch the local Celtic Coaster bus leaving from St Davids to St Justinians every hour and half hourly during the holidays. The journey takes about 10 minutes.