Whale Watching Trips
Isle of Mull
for the whalewatch trip is £80.00 per person.
(not suitable for very young children - under 10 year old at discretion of operators)
We also offer shorter cruises, suitable for families, small children, and even large groups up to 60 passengers from Tobermory. www.sealifesurveys.com
All trips leave from Tobermory
FULL payment required to secure a booking. Late cancellations and no-shows will be charged at full rate.
Its easy to book, either by telephone, online, or in our booking office
at Ledaig, Tobermory (yellow building next to the distillery) Destinations may have to be
altered depending on conditions prevailing at the time.
decision to sail and to land is entirely at the skipper's discretion.
Sea Life Surveys
Isle of Mull Telephone
01688 302 916
TRADING CONDITIONS AND FAQ FOR
1) The most frequently asked question is " when is the best time of year to see whales ? " This is very difficult to answer precisely. Whale watching on the west coast of Scotland is essentially a summer activity. Our season runs from the end of March to the end of September. In this time it is possible to see whales on any day.
We describe the trips in 3 categories of weather.
Category A: Calm conditions
where the route and destination is not affected by weather.
2) To secure a booking we require
full payment. The details we will need
are either credit card type, number, expiry date, and last three digits
of the security number, a cheque made payable to Sea Life Surveys Ltd,
please remember if using a cheque your booking is only secured once the
cheque has cleared. Final payment is due on the day of your cruise, we
will take the balance from your card unless you wish to pay cash or cheque
once aboard. If you fail to arrive on the day booked please note
4) You will need a packed lunch,
warm clothing and waterproofs, including waterproof trousers. We must
stress that it can be cold on the water even in summer. Extra clothing
is strongly advised. If you are booked on an island day with a landing,
good walking boots or suitable alternative footware is essential. On sunny
days, don't forget the
5) We meet at the Sea Life Surveys office (yellow building in Ledaig car park, next to the Distillery, Tobermory) 15 minutes before departure, please make sure you meet here and check in before being taken down to the pontoon for departure.
6) All our trips are full day. We are usually home between 17:00 and 18:00. Please note we cannot guarantee to get passengers back in time to catch the last ferry off the island. It is essential for passengers to have accommodation booked on the island the night after the trip.
7) If you are prone to travel sickness, please be sure to take a sea sick pill before arriving on the boat.