What you can see

The waters around the north Pembrokeshire coast are important marine habitats for a range of  species, including dolphins, porpoise, whales, grey seals, sharks, anemones, corals, jellyfish, octopuses, squid, seaweeds and grasses, crabs, urchins, starfish, lobsters and much, much more!

Harbour Porpoise - Sea Trust Wales

Harbour Porpoise

The smallest and most abundant cetacean found in UK waters.
Common Dolphin - Sea Trust Wales

Short-beaked Common Dolphin

The most commonly sighted dolphin in the world.
Bottlenose Dolphin - Sea Trust Wales 01

Bottlenose Dolphin

The most recognisable and charismatic dolphin in the world.
Risso's Dolphin - Sea Trust Wales

Risso's Dolphin

The largest and most mysterious of our UK dolphins.
Minke Whale

Minke Whale

The smallest and most abundant baleen whale found in UK waters.
Grey Seal - Sea Trust Wales

Atlantic Grey Seal

The largest of the two UK seal species.