Boat Trips & Tours in Cornwall – The Best Way To View Stunning Uk Sea Life

Join us for a breathtaking experience!

See amazing wildlife and a unique view of the stunning Cornish coastline. Our boat trips in Cornwall, are an unforgettable experience for you, your family or friends. Come and see how truly magical a sea life safari trip really is…


 2 Hours

Our popular 2 hour sea safari departs from the historic fishing port of Padstow and covers approximately 25 miles of our beautiful coastline.

Adults £42.50 |
Children £30.00

 1 Hour

A shorter version of our spectacular, on this 1 hour voyage we visit areas where we can regularly see our local grey seals. The perfect family boat trip.

Adults £27.50 |
Children £17.50

3-4 Hours

Travel further along the coast and further offshore with our 3-4 hour explorers safari; depending on the conditions on the day, we may visit places of interest or down the coast in search of wildlife.

Adults £55 |
14 yrs+ Only

1 Hour

Come and explore the Camel Estuary from its gentle meandering course further upriver, to where waves build as it meets the wild Atlantic. Discover more about the area’s fascinating history and legend as well as keeping an eye out for wildlife along the way.

Adults £25 | Children £15


Hire the boat and your skipper will take you anywhere you would like to go.  Up to Boscastle for an ice cream or Newquay for a picnic.

Price on request

25 Years Experience

Our boats are head skippered by Ian Kitto who has grown up in Padstow and spent his life going to sea with his father Andrew from an young age.

State-of-the-art Boats

Our boats are 10m Humber Quinquari Ribs with twin Evinrude 200bhp out board engines with cruising speeds of 30 knots and a top speeds of 50 knots.


Your safety and comfort are paramount to us. All passengers are personally fitted with life jackets and a safety briefing given before departure of every trip.

Incredible Area

Padstow Uk’s Sea life Gem has some of the most rugged and beautiful coast in the British Isles. We give you a unique view of the hidden headlands and caves in Cornwall’s beautiful coastline

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