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We are a Wise Accredited and Sea Watch Foundation Recomended operator. We take managing our interaction with the wildlife we take you to see very seriously. Our priority in creating the best experience for you is the safety of the wildlife.

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Wise Scheme

All our team have been trained using this scheme. The aim of the scheme is to promote responsible wildlife-watching, through training, accreditation and raising awareness. The WiSe Scheme is a simple modular training course aimed primarily at wildlife cruise operators, dive and service boats, yacht skippers and sea kayakers, plus people participating in coasteering, stand-up paddle boarding and wild swimming. These groups of people are most likely to come into contact with marine wildlife, as they are likely out on the water on a regular basis. The scheme also seeks to educate the general public who are keen to minimise their impact whilst out on or near the water.

We use our training to help you be a better Sea-Life Conservation Tours Ambassador!

Educate

We don't just watch the wildlife, we make you apart of this amazing world. With spotting guides, we explain as we travelled out how to identify easily the different mammal that might see. You'll get to hear how it is all linked together!

Conservation

Conservation comes first with our organisation. We are proud to partner with charities. In 2024 we are adding a series of guest experts who'll come out on selected dates. So whether you are a seal enthusiast, love other diverse animals of our ocean or want to know more about the ecosystem. We have something for you.

Environmental

Whether it is pulling other peoples discarded waste from the sea while we operate or ensuring that we invest in the health of the seas, we try to ensure our impact is minimal. We recognise that our boat uses fossil fuel, and as such help promote either charities or programmes that preserve or improve the health of the ocean.

Charity Support

We aren't your typical tour operator. As an organisation of people who care and enthuse about our seas we see it as a requirement to support and work with charities. Each year we look at how we can additional support and invest in organisations that do important work that helps the oceans.

Our Blog

Even if you cannot join us on a trip, you can hear about the work, the world, and stories that we hope will feed your conservation hunger!

Sea-Life Conservation Tours

Wildlife Sea Safaris - Ethical, conservation orientated, WiSe trained and SeaWatch Foundation recomended. Operating off the coast of South Devon, from Brixham.

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