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  • Jersey Seafaris trip
  • Water sports in Jersey
  • Yachting in Jersey
  • Coasteering in Jersey
  • Stand up paddle boarding in Jersey
  • Inflatables in Jersey

Watersports in Jersey

Being an island it’s no surprise there’s plenty of choice when it comes to watersport activities. Whether you want to catch some waves or catch something in the waves, there are numerous hire companies and guides who will be able to set you up ready to go. From the sheltered bays on the south of the island to the stronger Atlantic currents in the west, Jersey makes the most of its golden beaches and sparkling waters. Jersey also experiences some of the highest tidal waters in the world so it’s worth checking conditions and seeking advice from professionals.


Local anglers will recommend Bass fishing, with the outer walls of Gorey Harbour in the east being a popular spot to cast a line either first thing in the morning or in the evening when it’s quieter. The reefs and rock formations in the shallower water attract conger and squid in the winter. The Royal Bay of Grouville is a great nursery area for Bass with Lobster, Crabs and Sand-eels in the shallows.

The clear waters of St Aubins Bay in the south make for good Sole, Bass, Mullet and Dogfish catches with Wrasse, Conger and Mackeral towards Noirmont Point. The stronger currents at St Ouen’s Bay produce larger species but wading alone is not recommended. In the summer, the northern piers are a good place to catch Black Bream and Mullet, Sole, Plaice, Dogfish and Pouting can all be found. Specimen fish and record breakers have been caught off St Catherine’s breakwater.

Fishing at Seymour Tower, Jersey
Royal Bay of Grouville & Mont Orgueil Castle overlooking Gorey Harbour
Fishing at St Ouen's Bay

Charters, Cruises, Kayaking, Jet Skiing and RIB Rides

For both fishing and pleasure, a number of companies specialise in around the island charters including visiting some of the lesser known islands in the area. Visit Les Minquiers (known as the “Minkies”) or Les Écréhous. Once inhabited, the tiny islands are now used by fishermen and for enjoyable RIB ride destinations. Take a boat to Guernsey and its Bailiwick islands of Alderney, Sark and Herm or Kayak around the coastline of Jersey

  • Jersey Kayak Adventures – A British Canoe Union approved centre and Jersey Enterprise Environment Award winner. Choice of venues island wide. Suitable for all ages and novices. All equipment supplied. Paddle user friendly sit-on-top sea kayaks. Kayak with local residents who are passionate about kayaking, Jersey and its nature.
  • Jersey Seafaris – RIB trips and charter around Jersey and its surrounding waters. Fast and exhilarating with beautiful scenery and wildlife; including seals and dolphins and the amazing offshore islands of Les Ecrehous and Les Minquiers.
Summer fun at Greve de Lecq
South Coast Cruises
Sea kayaking in Jersey


Once considered the surf capital of Europe, St Ouen’s Bay is the place locals head to for the surf. The five mile stretch of beach is open to the Atlantic swells with strong rips and currents in the water. Other surf locations can be found at St Brelades Bay and sometimes conditions at Plemont and the sheltered bay at Grève de Lecq can be good.


Experience white water thrills around the cliffs and caves of Jersey’s coastline. Scramble up the cliffs before jumping into the swells below. Exploring ancient caves and rock formations, this is the way to really get close to Jersey!

Wakeboarding, Water Skiing, Windsurfing and Paddle Boarding

Whether you want high speed thrills or gentle tranquillity, the clear waters off Jersey’s shores make these adventure sports inviting and learning to balance or take command of the water can be an exciting adventure.

Swimming and Scuba Diving

It would be hard to come to Jersey and not encounter the beach and sea! Miles of golden coastline and crystal clear water surround the island. Sunny sheltered coves and long stretches of golden sands can be found all around the island with a special sea water bathing pools at Havre de Pas near St Helier and Victoria Pool at St Aubin’s Bay. The north coast is the place to go for rock pools and dramatic scenery whilst the south coast offers large sandy beaches. For the extra adventurous, learn to scuba dive and explore below the surface and take a look at the wonderful marine life – you may even discover a shipwreck or two!

Coasteering in Jersey
Surfer at St Ouen's Bay
Stand Up Paddle Boarding at Gorey