We ran back to back trips yesterday and evjoyed every minute spent on the sea as again, Falmouth Bay was full of activity. Late afternoon can be a really nice time of day for wildlife spotting and we weren’t disappointed, with over 50 common dolphins, 3 different harbour porpoise intertactions, a pufifn and grey seals all being recorded in just 3 hours. The seals showed up so clearly beneath the turquoise sea and it was absolutely joyful to hear the squeals of excitement from the kids on board every time more cetaceans were spotted. We encountered a maternal group of common dolphins with some tiny calves and we are still seeing these large workup of feeding gannets and shearwaters.
This weekend is pretty full but we do have lots spaces available on 4 and 3 hour cruises next week so please phone our office 01326 316098 to book.
+-75 Common Dolphins, including maternal group with mother-calf pairs, 26 Harbour Porpoises, mostly individuals plus larger group of 7, Atlantic Grey Seals, 1 Puffin, Manx Shearwaters, Gannets, large workups offshore, Guillemots, Barrel Jellyfish, Compass Jellyfish