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Offshore Sea Life Boat Trips Sligo & Donegal Bay – Mullaghmore

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Offshore Watersports Sea Life Boat Trips Sligo & Donegal Bay – Mullaghmore

Enjoy exciting Sea Life Safari Sligo Boat Trips on-board the M.V. Kiwi Girl with Offshore Watersports Mullaghmore. We sail out of Mullaghmore Harbor and along the beautiful Sligo coastline where there are plenty of opportunities to view Sligo’s diverse sea life including Basking Sharks, Dolphins, Sea Birds, Seals and even Whales.
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Sea Bird Watching

Sea Bird Watching Tours on-board M.V. Kiwi Girl

Sea Bird Boat Trips Sligo

Sea bird watching Mullaghmore Boat Trips on-board the M.V. Kiwi Girl offer a chance to see 30 or more species of seabird off the coast of North Sligo. The best time of year to view Mullaghmore’s seabird population is from July – October when hundreds of birds can be spotted offshore. Gannet, Fulmar and Kittiwake are often numerous, while Manx Shearwater, Sooty Shearwater, Storm Petrel, Leach’s Petrel Arctic, Pomarine and Skua can be seen in Small numbers. Raritites include Goosander, Great Shearwater, Marsh Harrier, Buzzard, Long Tailed Skua, Sabine’s Gull and Whiskered Tern.
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Whale & Dolphin Watching

Whale & Dolphin Sightseeing Tours on-board M.V. Kiwi Girl

Whale & Dolphin Boat Trips Sligo

The Whale and Dolphin family are called “cetaceans”, pronounced (set-a-shuns). These are large marine mammals with smooth furless bodies and flippers, and are perfectly adapted to life in the sea. Of the 79 species of cetacean, 24 have been recorded off Ireland. These range from 5ft long Harbour Porpoises up to the 100ft giant the Blue Whale. Cetacean species that can be spotted off the Sligo & Donegal Coast include Fin, Minke, Killer and Sperm Wahles. Harbour Porpoises and Bottle Nose Dolphins.

Basking Shark Boat Trips Sligo

The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is the second-largest living fish, after the whale shark, and one of three plankton-eating sharks. These social animals are spotted regularly off the coast of Mullaghmore.

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