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The Literary Institute Aberdyfi Gwynedd Wales
We are a small, family-run business based in Aberdyfi on the coast of Mid-Wales and our aim is to provide heritage and wildlife boat trips for the sight-seer and enthusiast alike. Our trips are suitable for all ages, including young children. Aberdyfi is in a stunning location in Snowdonia National Park, sandwiched between the mountains of Cadair Idris and the waters of Cardigan Bay, which forms part of the Irish Sea. Wales is steeped in myths and legends - come and discover some of our very own local legends, including the famous Bells of Aberdyfi, together with some of the fascinating history and heritage of the area. And don't forget the wildlife - the rich waters of the Irish Sea provide a home to many different animals and birds such as bottle-nose dolphins, shearwaters and even leather-back turtles! We hope to share some of the secrets of this special place with you soon. We aim to provide you with professionally-guided boat trips encompassing heritage, wildlife and sight-seeing. They are suitable for all ages, including young children. We will provide and fit you with a life-jacket, though we ask that you wear warm clothes and a waterproof jacket, as it is often colder at sea than you might expect. We use a purpose-built, 10 metre Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) which has inboard bench-type seating for all passengers and all the latest safety features. This boat is ideally suited to this type of work, as it is very stable and safe with plenty of room for your comfort. policy is to make our trips as interactive as possible and our guides will tailor the trip to your needs and make the most of current wildlife sightings, such as dolphins and seals. We are privileged to have access to a range of conservation areas
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