BOAT TRIPS ON THE PEMBROKESHIRE COAST TO RAMSEY ISLAND, SKOMER ISLAND AND GRASSHOLM ISLAND IN WALES
Join one of our boat trips to see the Islands of Ramsey, Skomer or Grassholm on the Pembrokeshire Coast. Witness some of the most powerful currents in Britain and pass beneath some of the highest sea cliffs in Wales. Spectacular breeding colonies of hundreds of nesting seabirds on the cliffs around Ramsey.
Discover a magical island wilderness coupled with the fun and excitement of a true marine adventure.
Ramsey Island is home to one of the UK's largest Atlantic Grey Seal colonies. Hundreds of seal pups are born on Ramseys beaches from late August to October.
Ramsey Sound has some of the fastest currents in the UK. At certain states of the tide you can watch the Harbour Porpoise feed.
Join us on a trip offshore. Keep your eyes open, you may see Common dolphins or Rissos dolphins on your way to see the spectacular Gannet colony on the RSPB island of Grassholm. Grassholm is home to over 37,000 pairs of breeding gannets. For the lucky one you may see a sighting of a whale.
We run wildlife trips across St Brides Bay to watch the Puffins around Skomer Island
Thousand Islands wildlife adventure boat trips have been operating since 1975. We have the sole landing rights to Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve. The Ramsey Island ferry boat runs twice a day on Sunday to Thursday (closed Friday and Saturday). The ferry boat departs at 10.00 and 12.00 from 1st April to 31st October. Ramsey Island is a special protection area for families of Chough, watch them feed in the short grassland.
In Spring the islands coastline is alive with hundred of nesting seabirds. Guillimots, Razorbills and Fulmar nest on the hundred metre high cliffs. Watch Peregrine Falcons and Chough fly overhead.
Boat trips leave from the RNLI Lifeboat Station at St Justinians which is also an interesting place to visit.
Our boat trip office is situated in the centre of St Davids, the smallest City in Britain. We are in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales.
There are plenty of hotels, guest houses, caravan parks and camp sites and lots of lovely restaurants and pubs.
The scenery is spectacular and the Pembrokeshire Coast path walks are breathtaking. St Davids Cathedral, outdoors activities, wildlife boat trips and fishing trips , plenty for things to do for everyone.