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Orca Sea Safari's

Age group: 5+

Location: SOUTH Cornwall

 

Contact: Falmouth, TR3 6QJ

TEL: 01326 214928

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Running from the historic port of Falmouth, Orca boat trips aim to introduce you to the outstanding beauty of the south Cornish coastline, whilst also looking for wildlife that may be in the area.

 

That wildlife could include Dolphins, Basking Sharks, Seals or many other species that are regularly spotted around this part of the coastline.

 

Your Skipper will provide a cheery face and an informative commentary on your trip, describing fascinating facts about shipwrecks, smuggling stories, local history and of course the fantastic marine environment.

 

Did you know? At least 21 species of Sharks can be found in British waters with Blue, Shortfin Mako, Thresher and Porbeagle being among species either resident or seasonal to the Cornish Shores. However, it is mainly for the Basking Shark, the second largest fish in the world that Cornwall is famous for. You may well even see 'Georges', a solitary dolphin who comes to visit Falmouth harbour every now and then is not attached to a pod of other dolphins. As they are such sociable creatures, he enjoys the company of people and boats so he doesn't get too lonely!

 

While seeing all of these amazing animals can never be guaranteed, Cornwall’s coastal waters offer the perfect environment for you to catch a glimpse into the lesser known lives of the Cornish wildlife.

 

 

As well as offering sea safari trips they also offer private charters for group bookings and special occasions.

Falmouth 0.5 miles, Pendennis Castle 1.5 miles, King Harry Ferry 11 miles