A Scilly Sea Adventure

St Agnes, Isles of Scilly
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    Running from April to September every Wednesday at 1.15pm

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    1.5 Hours

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    Price from

    £19.50 adults £9.75 children

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    Suitable for

    All ages and wheelchair accessible


This sea safari takes you on a journey around the Isles of Scilly, taking in all of the incredible wildlife that it has to offer. As part of your journey, you'll visit the bird sanctuary of Annett, an important breeding site for seabirds including, Puffins, Razorbills and Manx Shearwaters. You'll also visit a resident population of Atlantic Grey seals which live on the Western Rocks, and if you're lucky, you may also see a dolphin or porpoise along the way!

During your trip, a guide from the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust will be on on board to interpret the wildlife that you view.

This a unique & highly engaging sea experience that cannot be missed, so book today!




At St Agnes Quay, you'll be invited on board the boat and learn about the work of the Scilly Wildlife Trust.


You'll then travel to the Annett to view the breeding birds, watch these amazing birds light up the sky 


Your journey will then continue with a visit of the Western Rocks to view the seals. take photos or simply enjoy watching the Herd of seals. 


Finally, your journey will conclude with a view of the beautiful Bishop Rock Lighthouse.

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Why this experience is great for you

  • You'll view the island's wildlife interpreted by a guide from Wildlife Trust including Grey Seals, cetaceans and Puffins (during the breeding season). 
  • You'll learn about the work of the Seabird Recovery Project.
  • You'll see the spectacular Bishop Rock Lighthouse and the stunning Isles of Scilly scenery.


Facilities and additional information

Equipment: Please bring warm clothing. The host is able to supply a few pairs of binoculars per trip, but please bring your own if you have them.

Weather: This trip can be affected by the weather. It’s unusual that cancellations occur, but you will be contacted if necessary.

Food and drink: The Turk's Head pub is adjacent the quay. Please note that refreshments are not for sale onboard, and due to current Covid restrictions, food consumption on board the boats is not permitted.

Toilets: There is a toilet onboard, along with on the quay your boat will depart from.



To book please visit website