Last month Simon had arranged for me to go out on a boat trip and as far as I was concerned it was a 30 year old wooden vessel that would potter up and down the Teign estuary.
How wrong was I. It was a 10 meter RIB kitted out specifically for sea safari operations that carries 12 people.
When I met Rob for the first time, I knew he was on to great venture with his coastal wildlife tours.
The 400 horse power outboard engines will get you safely to parts of the coastline that not many other vessels can reach in very little time.
The tours include visits to Berry Head where porpoise are regularly seen, Hope’s Nose which is an amazing rock that has spectacular geological formations, Dawlish Warren for the wading birds, Passage House up the river Teign for it’s reed beds next to Hackney Marshes and Labrador Bay reserve which has stunning views of the very rare Cirl Bunting.
I loved it so much I’ve been out 3 times now. A must for visitors and residents. Simply Breathtaking!