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 National Whale and Dolphin Watch Week

Join us on the "Adventure of a Lifetime" and Awaken your Senses for the ultimate marine wildlife watching extravaganza!

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26 July - 3 August 2014

We invite you to support and take an active part in The Sea Watch Foundation's 13th national whale and dolphin watch week. We will be collecting data which helps in developing a snapshot of the distribution of whales, dolphins and porpoises around the UK. A great opportunity for everyone to become involved in the research which goes into the understanding and protection of these magnificent creatures.

7 hour and 4 hour trips

Wed 30. Full                                      Thurs 31. Full

Fri 1 Aug. (7hr) 4 seats open             Sat 2. (7hr)  3 seats open

Sun 3. (7hr) 3  seats open


3rd day of NWDW week sighted 12 bottlenose dolphins with calf 




We sighted a baby basking shark off Falmouth, just 3.6m (12ft) in length. With plankton blooming we are out everyday over the National Whale and Dolphin Watch Week looking for these mysterious and fasinating  animals. 

Basking Shark by Richard Hollis

Photo by Richard Hollis


Sat Aug 9, 2 seats open

Sat Aug 16th, Full.     Sun Aug 24th. Full.

Trips sailing from 10am returning 5pm

Heading off shore from Falmouth in search of Storm Petrels using scent based chums.


Sat Sept 6th, Sat Sept 13th, Sat Sept 20th.

Trips sailing from 10am returning 5pm

For all booking enquiries on Pelagic trips please call 

01326 753389

Storm Petrel with GBBG by Jon Irvine

   The picture above shows just how small a storm petrel is compared to the greater black backed gull.  Photo by Jon Irvine.    

Common dolphins jumping near boat by Charlie Parry 

Common dolphins came by the boat to play.

Photo by Charlie Parry

Bookings and enquiries   01326 753389

Join us on the "Adventure of a Lifetime" and Awaken your Senses for the ultimate marine wildlife watching extravaganza!

We are offering longer 7 hour trips out as the longer we are out at sea the better our chances are of seeing incredible wildlife and rare birds. Minke whale coming up to breath, one of 6 passing through Falmouth bay.

photo by Billy Heaney

Minke whale by Billy Heaney

photo by Calum Laver

Porpoise mother and calf by Calum Laver 


 With Porpoise, Basking Sharks, whales & dolphins galore, we invite you to sit back and prepare to be amazed as we take you on a wildlife journey unparalleled off our beautiful Cornish shores. 

Student discount available with student ID card.

Tall Ships Regatta

AK wildlife cruises is proud to anounce that we are press boat on race day.  Over 40 Sail Training vessels from around the world, including a number of magnificent Tall Ships, will arrive in Falmouth for three days of festivities.

Bookings and enquiries: 01326 211655

Sea Watch Foundation 2014

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December 31st, 2013