Frequently Asked Questions
It’s easy! Simply give us a call on 01437 720 471 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave us a contact telephone number so we can get back to you if needed.
We do! Our boat tours are perfect for schools, being both educational and great fun. Kids can learn about local wildlife and sea life, hear about Ramsey Island and Grassholm Island and learn why both sites are looked after by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). To book, call us on 01437 720 471 or drop us an email at email@example.com. Please leave us a contact telephone number so we can get back to you if needed.
Our boat trips are suitable for anyone at any age. We’re family friendly, and you can even bring the dog!
Our Ramsey Island trip for adults it’s £28.00 but children under 14 can go for only £18.00, and children under 4 are only £10.00.
Our Dolphin trip for adults it’s £60.00 and childrens it's £30.00 ( please noted no children under the age of 4 )
Our Nighttime Ramsey Island trip for adults it’s £35.00 but children under 14 can go for only £20.00.
Both our Skomer Island and St Bridges Bay trips are £50.00 for adults and £25.00 for children under 14.
Our gorgeous boat trip around Ramsey Island lasts for between one and one and a half hours.
This is our longest boat trip, going further out to see and including both Ramsey Island and Grassholm Island and it takes a full two and a half to three hours.
We offer free parking at our booking office while you’re enjoying your boat trip, and we provide a free minibus to take you to and from the office and the boat.
*Please Maximise your cars seating capacity when using our car park as vehicle parking spaces are limited thank you
Absolutely! Dogs are welcome on board so no need to try and make alternative arrangements while you enjoy your trip.
Yes, absolutely. Everyone on board has their own lifejacket, we have internal seating for all and don’t seat people on the outer tubes, and you’re piloted by a DTI licensed skipper. We also keep an eye on the weather and won’t head out if we think there’ll be a problem.