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Port St Mary Boat Excursions

Type:Boat Trip

Port St Mary Boat Excursions

About

With over 40 years experience and trips running all year round, Port St Mary Boat Excursions provides the perfect opportunity to see the Island from a new perspective. 

The sightseeing excursions run daily (weather-permitting) from Port St Mary Harbour and travel south to the Calf of Man. On the way you will see stunning rock formations such as Sugarloaf Rock and the famous Drinking Dragon, as well as various species of sea birds and marine wildlife up close. 

You can then alight at the Calf and spend two hours exploring this unhabited and tranquil island, before heading back to the quaint town of Port St Mary. Dedicated bird-watching and fishing trips are also available. 

Adults £20 per three hour trip and children under 10 go half price. 

Minimum group size 4 people and maximum group size 12 people. 

 

Facilities

Provider Features

  • Outdoor Activity
1 High Street, Port St Mary, IM9 5DP
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Tel07624 490615

Tel01624 834307

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Opening Times

* Open daily (weather permitting)

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