This evening we were chartered by the Burgh family to take a cruise round Ramsey and out to the Bishops. Such a pleasure having you on board, there really is no better way to watch the sunset. Book a bespoke trip and we will help to create your perfect adventure.
More from Thursdays filming with Robson Green, @itvshiver and @seakayakguides It was such a great day, lovely to meet you all and can’t wait to see the program when it comes out.
Wild common dolphin in the Celtic Deep
New underwater footage of common dolphin up on our YouTube channel, go check it out
“The ocean is the heart of our planet. Like your heart pumping blood to every part of your body, the ocean connects people across the Earth, no matter where we live.” Its our livelihood and our playground. It is the worlds greatest supplier of protein. It has a huge role in the carbon cycle. Whether you live near it or not, we are all connected to the sea, so please look after it. Try to use less plastic. Pick up marine litter. Be respectful. #worldoceansday
We’ve already seen our 1st moon jelly of the year at Ramsey. It seems like the plankton bloomed really early this year, followed by the jellyfish arriving, maybe as the result of a mild winter?
“I work with a marine conservation charity and Falcon Boat trips kindly offered to help me with my research. I have been on many boat trips with several suppliers and none to date have been as professional, knowledgable and conscientious as a Falcon.” Angharad Carrington-Edmunds
Seeing this review on tripadvisor last night made us so happy. Setting up the business this year was fairly daunting and we have put so much hard work into it that it is absolutely amazing to see that we are getting the message that we want to across. Conservation through education.
Adventures on Skomer today with the Porthgain Gig Rowing Club
Exploring some of the more hidden caves on Ramsey. This shot was taken inside the emerald cave where the water is illuminated and seems to glow a bright green colour.
Say no to marine litter. On Sunday, we encountered gannets fighting over this piece of net to take back and use as nesting material. Every year, a large number of gannet chicks gets trapped in the netting leading to horrible consequences such as them losing their feet due to loss of circulation. We recovered this particular piece of net but it’s such a small part of a big problem. @surfersagainstsewage