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This was one of the highlights of our holiday and is well worth doing. We did a one hour trip around Skomer as they were not landing that day. We saw seals, porpoises and and dazzling array of birdlife. The captain was very friendly and...More
To guarantee a place on the boat it is best to be there at around 6am, although some days there seened to be more boats. Need to be fit hard walk and climb to get from boat on to Skomer, and if tide low mountain...More
Dale Sea Safaris is well organised, with a friendly and knowledgeable crew of 2 (Toby & Tom) were our guides and helmsman on the 12-seat fast RIB. We joined the 2 hour Islands Safari of the Skokholm, Skomer and Grassholm.
As we were late in...More
We went on an hour cruise to Skomer Island while visiting Pembrokeshire for the weekend. Unfortunately the puffins have already migrated but we did did manage to see two and other birds and seals. The views across St Brides bay are spectacular from the water...More
What a great way to see Skomer, puffins and seals. We were very lucky to have such a clear day yesterday the visibility of the whole coastline was fantastic. Jim and Jamie were very welcoming and I was immediately at ease. It's one of the...More
We took the one hour trip around Skomer. We were blessed with wonderful weather and visibility and saw puffins and seals. The trip was made all the more enjoyable by our captain Jim who was full of information delivered in a very entertaining way. A...More
We took the 1 hour Cruise to Skomer and back and saw a variety of bird life including puffins. Jim gave us a fact-filled running commentary and is clearly a part time stand-up comedian! (emphasis on part-time!) We were blessed with very nice weather which...More
Had a glorious birthday treat visiting the Gannets of Grassholm. On the way saw Puffins, Guillemots, Razorbills, Gulls and Grey Seals. The ‘White Crowned’ island was teeming with tens of thousands of Gannets whose tremendous plumage was accentuated by the sun shining through the clouds....More
No hotels in Marloes which is the nearest village, but the Lobster Pot pub has rooms I think and Foxdale Guest house does too. It is a lovely little village and has one shop and one pub. less than Ten minutes drive from the... More
No hotels in Marloes which is the nearest village, but the Lobster Pot pub has rooms I think and Foxdale Guest house does too. It is a lovely little village and has one shop and one pub. less than Ten minutes drive from the boat at Martin's haven. We stayed in a self catering cottage. No boats on Mondays and Tuesday tends to be their busiest day.