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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Brighton Dolphin Project – Wind Farm and Wildlife Cruise

Join the Brighton Dolphin Project on our 2-hour wildlife watching boat trip to the new Rampion Wind Farm!

The 116 turbines are more than 8 miles offshore from Brighton and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Our boat will enter the windfarm array field for approximately 20 minutes of slow cruising amongst the massive turbines.

Panoramic views of the Sussex coast can be seen on the way back to Brighton Marina when we will learn about and hopefully see some of our amazing marine wildlife in the sea off Brighton. Whilst sightings of dolphins and sharks are occasional, we often see interesting seabirds including Gannets, Fulmars, and Kittiwakes, as well as jellyfish, fishes, and other weird and wonderful sea creatures!

The cruise will leave from Brighton Marina promptly at the allocated start time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the cruise is set to begin.

All proceeds from the trip directly fund the Brighton Dolphin Project. The project (part of the registered charity World Cetacean Alliance) studies the local dolphin population and works with local communities to better understand and protect our unique marine natural heritage! More information at: https://www.brightondolphinproject.org/

You’ll have a whale of a time!

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Simon McPherson

An Interview with WiseOceans…Simon McPherson from World Cetacean Alliance

An Interview with WiseOceans… Simon McPherson from the World Cetacean Alliance This week we chat to Simon McPherson from World Cetacean Alliance’s Brighton Dolphin Project. Simon has made the most of every volunteer opportunity that has come his way and this has led to his current position. If you are looking for a volunteer position […]

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Careers Evening at SEA LIFE Brighton

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A fantastic opportunity to meet with scientific experts to discuss your future career, ask them questions and listen to talks from Sussex Wildlife Trust and the SEA LIFE Trust.

We will be joined by STEM Sussex, British Science Association , Marine Conservation Society , Manta Trust , WiseOceans and Marine Pix.

All in the surroundings of the worlds oldest operating aquarium.

Limited spaces so please pre book your FREE ticket here.

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