Orca Sea
Safaris

One of Cornwall's top boat trips.

Wildlife watching and coastal safaris in some of the UK’s most stunning waters.

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Orca Sea Safaris

Orca Sea Safaris, one of Cornwall's top boat trips, offer wildlife watching and coastal safaris in some of the UK’s most stunning waters.

Leaving from Falmouth on the purpose-built Seaquest of Falmouth, our trips take in the spectacular sights of the Carrick Roads.

Our aim is to introduce you to the outstanding beauty of our coastline, while looking for wildlife that may be in the area. A huge array of speicies visit the area including dolphins, seals, whales, seabirds and basking sharks.

While seeing all of these amazing animals can never be guaranteed, Cornwall’s coastal waters offer the perfect environment for pods of dolphins, groups of seals, basking sharks and whales.

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Common Dolphins

02:00 PM, Sun 13 October 2013
50°W 5' 45" 50°E 5' 45"

With the Falmouth Oyster Festival in full swing it would have been tempting to stay ashore sampling all the lovely food on offer! There was so much to see today as we set off, the working boats racing in the harbour, the largest single masted yacht in the world, M5, the Castle to Castle Gig race and this was all before we got to St Anthonys Lighthouse. Heading some way out an eagle eyed passenger spotted a couple of fins, these soon became lots. It's always difficult to say how many but we reckon it was in excess of 40! As we moved away the Gannets were falling like stones, this is a totally awesome sight and to top it all a small group of Harbour Porpoises. The boat came back in alongside to be greeted by Falmouth Town's Marching Band. What a day and still time to sample an oyster or two! Check out our Facebook page for some more stunning pictures.

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