Our Evening Puffin and Shearwater Voyage offers a stunning boat trip in into the evening.
Join us on this 1 ½ hour wildlife voyage as we navigate the RSPB Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve and head to the outer islands of the Bishops & Clerks.
We explore spectacular Sea Caves and Rock Gorges, whilst spotting Atlantic Grey Seals, Harbour Porpoises around Ramsey Island.
We then head further out towards the Bishops & Clerks to see the Puffin Colney aswell watching the tens of thousands of migrating Manx Shearwaters as the sun sets.
1.5 hr Fully Guided Wildlife Voyage
Ages 4 + (No dogs on this Voyage)
EXPECT TO SEE
Porpoises, Seals, Puffin and Manx Shearwater (dependent on the time of year) as well as other seabirds. Also, some of the Caves of Ramsey Island and the South Bishops Lighthouse
1800 hrs & 1930 hrs
April to late August
£45 per person
St Justinians (St Davids Old Lifeboat Station), 2 miles (3km) west of St Davids.
This is the departure point for our Voyages.
Once you have booked either online, in our office or by telephone you will receive full directions to make it to St Justinians.
Alternatively, the quickest way to find directions is by putting ‘St Justinians' into Google Maps and this will take you directly to the destination.
At Justinians we have our dedicated check-in and meeting point. This is located by the Kisok on the right-hand side when you arrive at St Justinians. You must ensure you have your ticket with you on arrival.
You must arrive at least 30 minutes before the boat departure time (e.g. – if your boat trip is at 10.15 am, please arrive at 09.45 am).
Parking Facilities are available at St Justinians. There is free parking for up to 40 cars and one disabled parking slot. There is a seasonal overflow field carpark which costs £4 per day.
There is a local bus service called the Celtic Coaster Minibus which operates from April through the end of September.
Full details of this bus service can be found on the following website link-
You can also walk to St Justinians from St Davids via the road, the distance is 2 miles (3km). If you choose to walk, we advise that it takes approximately 45 minutes.
To access the slipway to get to the boat, you must walk down 50 + steps. For passengers with severe mobility issues, unfortunately, access to the boat may not be suitable due to the sheer number of steps. There is also no access for wheelchair users to get down there.
Warm clothes (it’s always colder at sea), bottle of water, suncream, sun cap, sunglasses, waterproofs (if needed).
We provide every passenger with a fitted lifejacket, and we can also provide warm waterproof coats if needed.
Binoculars and Camera (optional).
If we must cancel for any reason (e.g., poor weather and sea conditions etc.), we will either try to re-book you onto a different day or you will be entitled to a full refund.
If you need to cancel your booking – up to 48 hours’ notice before departure, we will give you a 90% refund (we must cover admin and credit card fees).
Up to 24 hours before departure, a 75% refund can be made. If you cancel with less than 24 hours' notice, NO REFUND will be given.