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Fullers Hole in the Rock Tour AM or PM?

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Fullers Hole in the Rock Tour AM or PM?

Hi all

We are planning to do a BOI Hole in the Rock tour with Fullers this coming December and wondered which time is best to go out on the boat, for best chances of seeing wildlife? should we take the morning or afternoon trip or are either just as likely and same in experience?

Many Thanks

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1. Re: Fullers Hole in the Rock Tour AM or PM?

The morning trip becaue the sea is usually calmer before the afternoon breeze kicks in. Sealife tends to be more active in the morning too.

Edited: 15 March 2011, 17:49
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2. Re: Fullers Hole in the Rock Tour AM or PM?

I would take the morning cruise. On the unlikely chance that you dont see any dolphins or whales on your cruise the company generally gives you the option of another trip free, which you could take in the afternoon if time is short. The chances of not seeing any wildlife are slim but it does happen on occassions. If you take the afternoon cruise the opportunity above maybe lost, secondly once the trip has been taken you can move on enjoying the rest of the BOI. If you take the afternnon cruise your morning activities are going to be predicated by the afternoon activities

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