A charter on the Danny Boy 2 offers a unique way of viewing the Jurassic and Isle of Wight coastline - from the sea. You will be able to see rock formations over 180 millon years old.
The Isle of Wight and the Dorset coast covers a large portion of the 95 miles that has exposed the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
The Needles (below) on the Isle of Wight, the arch at Durdle Door (left) and the limestone cliffs at Lulworth cove makes sightseeing from the sea a real treat for all.
The Jurassic Coast is first natural UNESCO World Heritage Site in England. Numerous fossils exposed by the eroding waves are waiting there, ready to be discovered.
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