The Secret Waterway, Skokholm & Skomer Island.
Pembrokeshire's Marine Reserve.
A fantastic journey along the upper reaches of the river Cleddau, passing some remote places unseen from the shoreline. The area is extremely pretty with little coves nestled in amongst the trees, where you will spot Herons & Buzzards. Learn all about its history of mining and fishing activities as we pass up the river to the many little fishing coves.
A two hour trip leaves Neyland. Cost £20.00
per head with children £10.00.
Call now to book your ticket and to get the next launch time on 07545 967180. Trip run throughout the year on week days and at some weekends.
Travel along the Milford Haven Waterway where you will be given a guided tour of its history and involvement during WW2. Lounge chairs are supplied for your comfort where you can relax and watch the Haven pass by. Tea, coffee and refreshments are supplied during the journey.
A one to two hour trip depending on tides, leaving Neyland marina. Cost £20.00 per head with children £10.00
Enjoy a ride up river and explore some of the remote parts of the river. Leaving between 17.30 and 18.00 on a Thursday evening, returning back into Neyland. The trip takes about an hour where the Fish n Chip supply will be served on the boat as we journey up this magical waterway. Can be run on Tuesdays and Wednesdays if Thursdays are full.
Cost including meal and drinks £20.00
An experience of a lifetime onboard our own hard boat called Predator. Experience the trip made by Jamie Owen when he sailed amongst these Islands and was shown on BBC Wales. Our hard boat is the fast offshore bullet with its own cabin, toilets, flying bridge, kitchen, and large deck area with lounge chairs supplied for your comfort. Trips are around the Islands of Skomer and Skokholm where you will discover seals, puffins, cormorants, gannets, shags, sunfish, dolphins and even the odd whale and shark.
A trip through the notorious Jack Sound is made where you will experience fast moving waters at 6 kts where many a ship has floundered amongst the rocks. An unforgettable experience not to be missed.
An on going commentary explaining all the sites with some of the history of the area and its people, including that of pirates and wreckers. Tea and coffee are served along the route and lunch is supplied overlooking one of the Islands.
Cost for half a day including refreshments
£42.00 per person. Children £20.00. four hours approx trip). Weather and numbers dependant.
Call now to book your places and to get the next launch time on 07545 967180 or 01646 600200. Trips run throughout the year on week days and weekends.