Experience the wonders of South Devon’s coastline. With magnificent wildlife and stunning views, our tours provide an amazing coastal adventure.

About us

We are an exciting new boat tour business based in Teignmouth that launched in April 2018. In our safe and stable ten metre Humber RIB boat, we offer unique tours that explore the beautiful South Devon coastline as never before.

Our trips provide fantastic opportunities to get up close to an abundance of marine wildlife and incredible geological formations, whilst also providing information on our fascinating local history. Tours depart and return from Teignmouth’s Fish Quay Pontoon (behind the New Quay Inn Pub on the river side of town).

We offer different duration tours sailing daily, as well as being available for Private Charter hire. Check out the different tours we offer here and any other FAQs here.

 

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Teignmouth

We operate from Teignmouth, the ‘gem of South Devon’. Teignmouth harbour is a thriving fishing port full of fascinating history, being the last English town to be invaded by foreign powers.

In the town you will find plenty of things to do for the whole family; boutique shops, restaurants and cafes, the museum, art galleries and play parks, before reaching the beautiful beach and estuary with water sports activities and the ferry over to Shaldon.

You might recognise areas from the recent film ‘The Mercy’ which told the true story of Donald Crowhurst in Teignmouth in the 50s, and it is also famous for being the hometown of rock band Muse.

The Area

This area of South Devon is known for its unique red sandstone cliffs, providing a stunning coastline for our boat tours, along which you will discover historic caves, quarries and impressive rock formations such as Orestone Rock and Thatcher’s Rock.

These dramatic rock faces provide the perfect home for nesting marine birds as well as nice sun-loungers for the seals!

Our tours sail across Labrador Bay, Babbacombe and Torbay areas, where we are always on the look out for dolphins, whales and porpoises.