Cardigan Bay is the largest Bay in the Britain, stretching approximately 50 miles the Llyn Peninsular in the north to Strumble Head in Pembrokeshire. Cardigan Bay is home to a wide variety of wildlife including the biggest resident population of bottlenose dolphins in Europe. The dolphins often steal the limelight, but Cardigan Bay also hosts harbour porpoise, atlantic grey seals, and a wide variety of bird species including rarely seen Choughs.
Cardigan Bay's beautiful coastline is designated as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) to help ensure its beauty and its wildlife is safeguarded for generations to come.
The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre is based in the heart of New Quay, overlooking the beautiful beach and harbour.
We operate a popular visitor centre and work in conjunction with Dolphin Survey Boat Trips
Our dolphin, seal and sea bird watching boat trips offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages.
Boarding in Cardigan, using modern purpose built vessels with the latest environmentally friendly engines and safety equipment.
A 20 minute boat trip takes to another world, Caldey is beautiful and fascinating Island.
Caldey is a monastic island but also much more, there are beautiful beaches, wonderful walks, a lighthouse, village, post office, gift shop, café...
1 Hours 7 Mins
1 and 2 hour dolphin spotting cruises and 2, 4 and 8 hour fishing trips.
One hour cruise: south to Cwmtudu where you will see amazing sights seal haul out areas, ruins of an iron age settlement and a good chance of seeing dolphins and porpoise.
The boat trips aboard Sea Warrior start from the Prince Charles Quay near Cardigans historic stone bridge near Cardigan Castle. Experience the wonders & wildlife along the Teifi River estuary.
SeaMôr is a small company running dolphin watching boat trips and private boat charter in the picturesque fishing village of New Quay and the Victorian town of Aberaeron in West Wales.