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  • Dolphin Watching

    Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching tour, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, West Wales. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgeable skippers. Trips run daily at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm, 5.00pm and our sunset trips are currently leaving at 7.15pm. All trips depart from the main pier in New Quay. Read More
  • Dolphin Watching

    Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching tour, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, West Wales. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgable skippers. Trips run daily at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm, 5.00pm and our sunset trips are currently leaving at 7.15pm. All trips depart from the main pier in New Quay. Read More
  • Dolphin Watching

    Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching tour, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, West Wales. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgable skippers. Trips run daily at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm, 5.00pm and our sunset trips are currently leaving at 7.15pm. All trips depart from the main pier in New Quay. Read More
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Dolphin Watching

 The waters around New Quay are home to one of the only two resident populations of Bottlenose Dolphins in the UK, which means we can see dolphins here all year round. In the summer months, when fish like the mackerel and bass migrate into the Bay, the number of dolphins can go up to around 300, which means the sighting rate on our trips are even higher. Obviously, being wild animals, we cannot guarantee that we will see dolphins on our trip, but this doesn't happen very often and we can give you a good indicator if you ask before booking the trip.

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Wildlife

Cardigan Bay is home to an amazing variety of wildlife - both above and under the waves.        

As well as the dolphins, we regularly see seals and porpoise in the water, peregrines, choughs, razorbills, guillimots and kittiwakes on the clifftops, with gannets and fulmars feeding on the rich seas teeming with fish. In our lobster pots we can find lobsters, edible, velvet, hermit, shore and spider crabs, as well as small sharks like dogfish and bullhuss, conger eels and trigger fish. Each lift is different and everything we catch can be handled by the customers (except for the conger eels because they WILL bite you...)

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