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

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? Last week we caught up with Allan Laycock – this week we have been reminiscing with “Tedward” or Ted Creek as he is more commonly...

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

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?  First to catch up with is Allan Laycock (or Maff as he was known!) – Allan is a true Easdale Islander having lived on the island...

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Driving in Scotland – our guide

What you need to know Driving on unfamiliar roads with an alien car and jaw dropping scenery to the left and right may cause you to worry, however there is no need to be concerned.  Here we talk you through the do’s, the don’ts and how to get the most out of...

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First Impressions ….. a view from Calum …

After a long drive from West Sussex I round a corner and am greeted with my first view of Easdale Island. My new home for the next 8.5 months. I’m Calum and I’m a wildlife biologist joining Seafari Adventures as a guide for the 2018 season.             Arriving in the...

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Skipper Steve’s Seafari Summer !

... everyone loves a good bit of alliteration !   So, summer is over for another year but we've still got lots of wildlife out there and our popular Corryvreckan Wildlife Tours are still running every day. Seafari Skipper Steve has been sharing some of his favourite...

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A day in the life of the Seafari Crew

The life of a Seafari guide may appear to some to be all adventure and fun but there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes that you probably don't know about. Our mornings can sometimes start very early if we have an early morning Whirlpool Special trip. None of us...

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The difficulties of being a wildlife photographer.

Today's blog by Roy. Wildlife photography while stood on a boat as you can imagine has some advantages and disadvantages. When going along next to the islands you can definitely get much closer to the different species living on land than if you had walked towards...

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Gardening on Easdale’s Edge

Today's blog by Jess. Gardening is one of my passions. Leaving my Perthshire garden of 25 years with its rich soil was a wrench. It supplied our growing family with fresh fruit and vegetables for much of the year. How was I going to restart again on an island battered...

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Easdale’s dolphin-fest !

Today's blog by Sarah. Last week here at Easdale we had a rare and wonderful moment when bottlenose dolphins came to play in the sound, much to the excitement of the new crew. As if by prior arrangement they were there in time for Roy’s morning Corryvreckan Wildlife...

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