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Our first trips of the half term week started yesterday (saturday 23rd) with a sighting of a pod of 8 bottle nose dolphins only 5 minutes after departing. They were feeding just to the Mwnt side of Cardigan Island. We stayed with them for 10 - 15 minutes before leaving them in peace. Cardigan Island was teaming with birds and as always its a pleasure to see the nesting Razor bills and Guillemots, although they won't be here for too long now. Finally approximately 25 seals were hauled out on our seal beach with about the same number in the water around the boat.
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Posted by : Tony Barber - Sunday, 24 May 2009

Average Sightings Rates


  1 Hour
Trips
Extended
Trips
2013 78%* 91%*
2014 65%* 89%*
2015 55%* 89%*
2016 57%* 86%*
4yr Avg 64% 89%


*June-September

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