D is for Dolphin

D is for Dolphin

Our most popular visitor here at Easdale has to be the dolphins! With inquisitive minds and playful natures, the dolphins swim along with our boats, close enough to make eye contact! Bottlenose dolphins are a special visitor here at Easdale Our most common dolphin...
C is for Corryvreckan

C is for Corryvreckan

Whether you’ve been out with us before, or if you’re soon to embark your first voyage with Seafari – the Corryvreckan is calling you!You’ve probably seen “Corryvreckan” written all over our website- and here’s why. Here at Easdale, we’re about 10 miles away from the...
B is for Birds

B is for Birds

We see a huge number of birds on our wildlife tours, even on a “bad” day, you’re likely to see ten species of bird on a Seafari Adventures tour which isn’t a bad number- especially if you’re a keen bird spotter! Black guillemots are closely related to the puffin and...
A to Z of Seafari

A to Z of Seafari

Over the next few weeks, we will be giving you the ABCs of life here at Seafari Adventures, giving you bite-sized info to sink your teeth into before embarking on your Seafari adventure! A calm day out on the Atlantic! First up… A, and A is for Atlantic. Here at...
SEAFARI CREW – THE FIRST 2 MONTHS !

SEAFARI CREW – THE FIRST 2 MONTHS !

Our seasonal crew have been with us for 2 months now and so much new information has had to be absorbed – here is a review of the first 2 months from crew Meerabai (Meek) – Eight weeks on Easdale has flown by, yet it also seems like I’ve always been here. It’s...
Team Seafari from days gone by …. Where are they now?

Team Seafari from days gone by …. Where are they now?

We thought you may like to know what some of our “old” team members are doing now – what have they been up to since they left Seafari ? This week we are featuring Chris Lickley … CHRIS LICKLEY Chris enjoying being out on the water ! What season did you work for...