Christmas Gift Ideas & Prizedraw!

~ Win a Coasteering Changing Robe ~

TO cebrate the launch of our 2019 coasteering changing robe we’re giving you the chance to win one!! Check out our prizedraw page for details of how to enter.

Experience Gift Vouchers

So we may be little biased but…Our Coasteering Experience Gift Vouchers are a fab last minute Christmas gift idea.
Order online, print and present!
Valid for 12 months, this gives the recipient the flexibility of booking a date of their choice.

Coasteering Changing Robes

If you’re not planning to leave things til the last minute, our Changing Robes are sent out first class free of charge (last orders 19th Dec for delivery before Christmas). Premium quality 100% terry towel, these luxurious towels will keep you toasty warm when changing at the beach or poolside!

The Works

How about a premium gift package.
Combine a Coasteering Experience Gift Voucher with a Coasteering Changing Robe for a deluxe present this Christmas!

For more information and online ordering, check out our Gift Vouchers and Changing Robes here

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The Travel Marketing Awards 2018

The Travel Marketing Awards 2018 - Shortlisted Finalist. Best Use of Technology - Celtic Quest Coasteering Ltd

Wooooohoooo! We’re delighted to share the news that we are shortlisted finalists for The Travel Marketing Awards 2018 – Best use of Technology for our Virtual Coasteering Campaign.
Check out the 2D and 3D coasteering experience videos…

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Welsh Marine Life Rescue


It’s a sad fact, mother nature can be harsh. Living and working on the Pembrokeshire coast we get to share our office with some incredible marine life. Sadly we also see the destructive nature of the beast. Often coming across stranded and injured seal pups.

A volunteer who saves stranded seals reckons he has faced his busiest ever year of rescues due to high tides and stormy weather.

Terry Leadbetter, 71, the co-ordinator for Welsh Marine Life Rescue, has rescued 61 seals around the Pembrokeshire coast this year so far, whereas in an average year he sees only 25-35.

Welsh Marine Life Rescue is staffed by Terry and his friend John, while his wife Ann prepares food and medicates the seals brought in to the small facility at their home in Liddeston.

They are able to keep seals at their home for more than a week, while waiting for a space to be available at one of the RSPCA’s nearest rescue centres in Cheshire or Somerset.

Terry has been rescuing seals for 30 years, and believes Pembrokeshire needs its own dedicated rescue centre which could care for injured or stranded seals within the county.

“There is going to be a limited amount of time I can carry on doing it. If I go then it is all gone,” he warned.

Pupping season for seals is between late summer and the end of winter each year with its peak in October.

Young seals are vulnerable to becoming stranded as they have not yet learned to swim as well as their adult relatives.

Anyone who spots a stranded seal in Pembrokeshire should not try to handle it themselves and should contact Welsh Marine Life Rescue on 01646 692943 or 07970285086.

The RSPCA can also be called for assistance on 0300 1234 999.

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Wales’ Year of the Sea 2018


2018 is Wales’ Year of the Sea.
Celebrating everything oceanic, visit Wales in 2018 and explore our stunning coastline and coastal waters. Everything from strolling along the coast path to cliff jumping, wake boarding and surfing. Wales has something salty to suit everyone!
Why not join one of our coasteering sessions, a sea safari in calm glassy seas or an adrenaline packed white water adventure. Check availability and prices.

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