Take a boat trip and visit the Pembrokeshire Islands of Ramsey, Skomer or Grassholm and witness some of the most powerful currents in Britain, pass beneath some of the highest sea cliffs in Wales, see spectacular breeding colonies of hundreds of nesting seabirds.
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.
Harbour Porpoise feed in the fast currents in Ramsey Sound. Venture offshore to see the gannets on Grassholm Island, home to over 37,000 pairs of breeding gannets. Join our wildlife guide on a dolphin watching boat trip offshore and if you are lucky a sighting of a whale or take a trip over to Skomer Island to watch the Puffins.
Thousand Islands Expeditions wildlife adventure boat trips have been operating for over 40 years and has the sole landing rights to Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve.
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 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the smallest City in Britain, St Davids. There are plenty of hotels, guest houses, caravan parks and camp site. Lots of interesting restaurants and pubs and spectacular scenery, the Pembrokeshire Coastal path walks, St Davids Cathedral, outdoors activities, wildlife boat trips and fishing trips. Plenty for everyone.


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latest sightings and bird reports


photographs taken on our boat trips

Latest sightings

Wildlife boat trip report by Lyndon Lomax

Yesterday was a brilliant day for bird watching on Ramsey – Lots of breeding sea birds, also Chough, Raven, Groups […]

Common Dolphins near Grassholm Island

First Whale & Dolphin watching trip of the season

First Whale and Dolphin trip.  It was a nice forecast and the Gannets on Grassholm Island put on a spectacular […]

RSPB volunteer Sarah waiting to go over to Ramsey Island

Ramsey Island April Island report by RSPB warden Lisa

Island people – Greg is now back from his ‘research trip’ to the Cayman Islands (he owes me big time) and […]

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