There are a few boat style attractions within this book and all are just as diverse as each other. But one of our newest additions to the Wales book is Seamor's Dolphin Watching Boat tours. This part of Wales's coastline is a big playground for these beautiful creatures and this professionally run boat trip is the best way to see them. Seamor runs two tours from both New Quay and Aberaeron but I have to mention, to save disappointment it's important to book ahead rather than just turning up on the day. But Tours aren't the only thing Seamor does, they also run Scuba Diving trips as well. With Brett the proprietor being part of the RNLI, you couldn't be in safer hands. This attraction has great value for money, bags of visitor experience, which are two of the main factors looked for when choosing our Top 100 attractions.
SeaMor Dolphin Watching Boat Trips
Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching Boat Trip, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, Ceredigion, West Wales. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgeable
skippers. Trips from New Quay leave from the end of the main pier, and our booking office is in the gift shop next to the ice cream shop on the seafront in New Quay. No trip is the same and although we cannot guarantee wildlife sightings we typically see bottlenose dolphins, a variety of seabirds, grey seals, bottlenose dolphins and harbour porpoises. Occasional visitors here are
sunfish, basking sharks, minke whales and even humpback whales!
The crew will help you identify the different species we see and you can assist in the dolphin research conducted in Cardigan Bay by the SeaMôr team. We also conduct photo-identification of the dolphins, and all data is passed to Sea Watch Foundation for
analysis. We carry a hydrophone onboard and listen to t