St Agnes Boating Wildlife Safaris - St. Agnes

Activities

St Agnes Boating is working with the Seabird Recovery Project and the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust to promote the island’s wildlife. Every Wednesday we have a Wildlife Trust Ranger onboard who is our guide. The Spirit travels to Annet, the protected island where the seabirds nest and then onto the Western Rocks towards the Bishop Rock Lighthouse. Puffins, Manx Shearwaters and other nesting seabirds should be seen from April to July.  Come along to find out why our customers say this trip is exciting, educational, informative and fun!

 

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Spirit of St Agnes

Additional Information

We have teamed up with the Isles of Scilly Sea Bird Recovery Project to bring you wildlife safaris every Wednesday departing St Agnes at 13.00. We have a guide onboard who is a ranger from the Isles of Scilly Wildlife trust. We expect to see Puffins, Manx Shearwaters, Guillemots, Razorbills, Shags and Fulmars during the breeding season  ( April to end of July ). Dolphins, Porpoises, Sun Fish may also be seen. We gurantee that you will see Seals and our resident sea birds all year. Come along to find out why our 2013 customers told us the trip was exhilarating, fascinating and a holiday experience not to be missed. The safari lasts 1 and 1/2 hours and we recommend bringing binoculars with you but we do also supply some for the trip.

We are members of the WISE scheme so you can guarantee that we won't disturb the wildlife in their natural environment.

Opening Times

This trip runs every Wednesday normally at 1.00 from St Agnes Quay. 

Facilities & Features

  • Toilet onboard
  • Guide aboard
  • Binoculars and information leaflets provided

Prices & Conditions

The price is £16.50 for adults and £8.00 for children. This price includes a £2.00 donation to the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust

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