Which other Poole family attraction can take you through 198 million years in 90 minutes?! The Poole Sea Safari is a rare opportunity to see the world-famous Jurassic coastline from the sea, and you get to ride in a brand new RIB boat too.
Take in the World Heritage Site that's Dorset's coastline from the viewpoint of the water and experience the thrill of a RIB trip. There's a full commentary via stereo along the way (so you won't miss a thing) and the comfort of the boat means you can sit back and enjoy the freedom of being out on the waves. You'll be taken right up close to some of the country's oldest sections of coastline and there's always wildlife to spot along the way.
Trips leave from Poole Quay and include the Port of Poole, Brownsea Island (where the Scout movement started), as well as the very glamorous Sandbanks, Studlands, the Isle of Purbeck, Swanage, Durlstone Country Park and St Albans Head. There are lots of stops on the tour so passengers can take photos of the stunning scenery, and children over the age of 5 are welcome too.
Address: Poole Quay Boat Haven, Poole Quay, Poole, BH15 1HJ
Phone: 07792 820 245