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    Jersey to the Ecrehous

Jersey to Les Ecrehous

Les Ecrehous

Les Ecrehous is only 10 minutes away on our fast RIB. It is a reef of rocky islets which triples in size on a low spring tide, exposing some sand banks and warm rock pools to bathe in. We run our RIB trips as close to low water as possible, where there is more of the Ecrehous to explore, and where the grey seals are hopefully basking in the sunshine on the rocks. There is also a chance of seeing a pod of dolphins during our crossing, so keep a good look out.


Ecrehous 2 Hour Dolphin & Seal Watch RIB Trip

  • Trip Duration: 2 Hours
  • Price per Adult: £35.00
  • Price per Child (4 - 17 Years): £30.00

Ecrehous 3 Hour Dolphin, Seal and Reef Exploration RIB Trip

  • Trip Duration: 3 Hours
  • Price per Adult: £45.00
  • Price per Child (4 - 17 Years): £40.00

Ecrehous 4 Hour Dolphin, Seal and Reef Exploration RIB Trip

  • Trip Duration: 4 Hours
  • Price per Adult: £55.00
  • Price per Child (4 - 17 Years): £50.00

We also offer day trips and discount for groups and private charters


Location Details

The Ecrehous is uniquely situated between Jersey and France and is administered by the parish of St. Martin as part of the Bailiwick of Jersey. Although there are a number of beach huts based on the main island, these are privately owned.

This is a unique opportunity to visit a tiny cluster of Islands, belonging to Jersey situated 6 miles East of Jersey. The waters around the islands are clear and the pebble beaches spotless as the islands stay uninhabited for the majority of the year. There is a treasure of protected wildlife inhabiting the islands, including a colony of grey seals. Why not bring along a picnic and spend some time enjoying your surroundings or take a plunge into the crystal clear waters of the Ecrehous. Bring along binoculars for spotting any of the rare species of birds and bottle-nosed dolphins, often sighted in this marine environment.

What to Bring

We provide you with waterproof jackets and lifejackets. Due to the rocky surface of the Ecrehous we recommend flat shoes i.e. trainer style shoes, swimwear for a deep in the crystal clear waters, towel to dry off, a drink (water) and something to eat (picnic).

Departure Point

All of our Ecrehous trips leave from St. Catherine's Breakwater.