Our Seal Watching tour is probably our most popular and our personal favorite.
Seal Watching - from £20.00 per person
From £20.00 Child (under 16)
Maximum 4 Passengers
Depart From: Saundersfoot Beach
Return To: Saundersfoot Beach
Average tour length 55 mins
Please arrive 25 mins before departure time to check in.
(Please allow a minimum combined time of 1hr, 30 Mins)
Sea Taxi is an open boat exposed to the elements, Heat, Sun, Cold, Wind, Rain, Salt, Sea Spray. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear.
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We advise those who have Heart, Neck and Back medical conditions and pregnant women not to travel.
Passengers under 16 (Child) must be accompanied by an adult.
Maximum average weight and height restrictions apply. There is no specific age restriction, however, young babies and tolders may be too small to fit into our child life jackets.
Animals are generally not allowed on board.
Tickets, Suitable Clothing & Footwear, Sun Cream, Sun Glasses.
We depart from Saundersfoot's blue flag beach and head across the golden sand to the water’s edge. Fom here we enter the water in Amphibious mode and commence our transition to boat.
We set a course towards Monkstone Point, a headland which lies south east of Saundersfoot, as we pass Monkstone we alter course to a southerly route out to Woolhouse Rocks.
We start to reduce our speed some way off and make a slow approach so as to not disturb the Seals.
As we glide towards Woolhouse we get our first glipmse of the jagged rocks that become home to the seals.
Woolhouse is our personal favorite, we love observing these wonderful animals, it makes us want to return over and over.
After an opportunity to take some photos, your skipper will set a course for our return journey to Saundersfoot.
Sea Taxi is an advocate and supporter of the Pembrokeshire Marine Code.
Join us on our Seal Watching tour to Woolhouse Rocks.
Located some 3 nautical miles from Saundersfoot, Woolhouse is a small outcrop of rocks that lies to the south east of Tenby.
The rocks are covered by water for the majority of the day, however as the tide starts to fall, the rocks slowly appear and become home to the Seals and passing Sea Brids for just a few hours per day.
Tour times to Woolhouse change daily to coincide with low water.