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Fishguard Bay Boat Tours

Discover North Pembrokeshire’s breathtaking coastline and meet our maritime neighbours!

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New and exclusive to North Pembrokeshire Tours

1.5 hour Strumble Head trips

Fishguard Bay to Strumble Head: Adult: £38 Child: £25

Suitable for all ages, and running from April to October, weather permitting.

On this wildlife trip you’ll see the landing place where French forces made the historic last invasion of mainland Britain, on the way to the dramatic Strumble Head lighthouse. Emerald coves and secret beaches hidden from the land, to rocks where seals bask in the sun and where porpoises feed at the turn of the tide.

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We are delighted to introduce a collaboration with Falcon Boats and Blue Shark charters, bringing you Fishguard Bay boat trips.

Scroll down to learn more about the skippers and their boats!

Fishguard harbour is the ideal departure point to take in the full breadth of Fishguard bay and Goodwick Parrog. It is no secret Pembrokeshire has some of the UK’s most breath-taking coastal walks, beautiful from land but now you can view this stunning landscape from the sea.

With its rugged coastline brimming with prehistoric formations, and wildlife, such as porpoises, seals, and gannets. Whether rounding Dinas Island on the way to Cwm yr Eglwys or going past the landing point of the French invasion in 1797 on the way to Strumble Head, North Pembrokeshire coast has plenty of hidden gems!

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All trips depart from Fishguard Port which has dry quayside boarding and last around 1.5 hours.

  • Free parking at the port
  • Lifejackets are provided for everyone.
  • Full lifesaving and emergency equipment is carried.
  • Boats are fully licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency, and we have full third-party insurance.
  • Always bring warm, waterproof clothing; it is always colder at sea.
  • All trips are subject to sea and weather conditions. If cancelled, the operator will offer an alternative trip or a full refund.
  • Boat trips carry a maximum of twelve passengers, so the boat is never crowded and ensures everyone onboard has an excellent view. Your safety, comfort, and enjoyment is our priority.

About the Skippers

With decades of experience brother and sister, Padrig & Ffion Rees are committed to the welbeing of the abundant wildlife of the area. They come from a family of seafarers who have all worked the north Pembrokeshire waters for many years. As children spending holidays on a fishing boat with their dad and then on to the passenger boats around Ramsey Island, they developed their love of fishing and the local waters. Ffion started Falcon boats and Padrig Blue Shark Charters.

They both share love and passion for the Pembrokeshire coastline, with a sense of kinship for the land. They know every nook and cranny of the coast, every rock where seals haul out to bask in the sun, where the porpoise feed at the turn of the tide and every haunting emerald cave.

Having operated RIBs in many different commercial applications and delivered specialist RIB training both in the UK and abroad Ffion’s knowledge and understanding of high-speed boats is unique in the UK.

On this trip we are searching for Common and Rissos Dolphins. For the lucky few, maybe a sighting of a whale. There is a wildlife guide onboard each of the boat trips who will show you the wildlife and talk to you about the history and geology.

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Shearwater RIB                                                    

10m open Humber Quinquari RIB the ultimate in wildlife tourism boat. Their RIBs are renowned for their unique high performance ‘deep V’ hull design, which have an enviable reputation for excelling in adverse sea states. It has twin engines, a full suite of navigational and communication electronics and operates to the new Maritime and Coastguard Agencies harmonised Code of Practice.

The RIB has been designed to included include a variety of seating suitable for all passengers including parents with children. All passengers have individual seats with appropriate handholds. With skipper and crew positioned at the rear of the vessel all passengers can be seen at all times throughout the trip, an important safety consideration on an open vessel.

Atlantic Storm RIB

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