Manx Sea Life Safari - Peel

Type:Boat Trip

From £20.00
Manx Sea Life Safari - Peel

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About

We take great pride in bringing together people on a journey to discover the Islands fantastic coastal landscapes and sea life. Being on our emerald waters in this beautiful part of the world gives many people a perspective they may have never seen before. 

The excursion provides visitors with the opportunity to sail out of Peel bay, see the outskirts of Peel Castle and venture around the coast of the Island to the picturesque Niarbyl Bay with guided commentary. Trips may be tailored to what will offer you the best sightings.As well as sea caves and the promise of stunning scenery the west coast is a hotspot for wild seabirds and often families of seals, visiting pods of dolphins and basking sharks can be spotted.

The boat can take up to 12 passengers and adult and child life jackets are available as well as warm jackets if needed!

The boat is easly accessed by a stairway slip with step on access to the boat via a door. Wheelchair access can be arranged from the Peel marina.

Trips take place in the season daily twice a day although the boat is avaiable year round for tailored trips weather permitting.

 

 

 

 

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£40.00 package
Child£20.00 package

Price includes the two hour excursion, warm jackets and safety equipment plus a free meal at the Kiosk.

Peel Breakwater

Opening Times

* Morning sailing 11am - 1pm
Afternoon sailing 2pm - 4pm

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the A1 road to Peel from Douglas. Follow the signs to Peel Quay, look for Moore's Kipper factory and travel over the bridge following the road around towards the Castle, continue around to find the Kiosk where you will find on-site parking on the pier.

Alternatively parking can be found on the promenade and a pedestrian bridge is available on the left of the Peel bay.

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