On these trips we often see Bottlenose Dolphins, Seals and Harbour Porpoise. Minke Whale can also be seen on this part of the Moray Firth during the Summer months.
The bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth are the most northerly resident group of bottlenose dolphins in the world and a vital part of Scotland’s natural heritage
On our 3hour birdwatching trip we sail to Troup Head,the R S P B site which is home to 4,000 plus gannets and is the only gannet colony in mainland Scotland.
In Summer, approximately 22,000 guillemots, 2,000 razorbills, 15,000 pairs of kittiwakes and 2,000 pairs of fulmars are present along with smaller numbers of puffins and shags as well as seals