Explore the Jurassic Coast
The Jurassic Coast is a 95-mile long stretch of coastline in southern England, situated within the counties of Dorset and Devon. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular destinations in Britain, recognised for its beautiful and breath-taking coastlines and landforms. Exploring the Jurassic Coast on a Sea-Doo offers a unique and exhilarating way of viewing these sites. Some notable destinations include:
- Old Harry Rocks – marvel at the stunning chalk foundations and sea stacks near Studland Bay. The unique rock formations make for a picturesque jet ski excursion.
- Durdle Door – witness the iconic limestone arch rising dramatically from the sea. An absolutely breath-taking site.
- Lulworth Cove – navigate the pristine waters of this horseshoe shaped cove with crystal-clear turquoise waters, a beautiful location with a tranquil atmosphere.
- Chapman’s Pool – a small cove to the west of Worth Matravers on the Isle of Purbeck, in Dorset. Remote and rugged, this Dorset cove is a tranquil spot to wile away a few hours.
- Portland Bill – venture around Portland Bill to experience the rugged beauty of the Isle of Portland. The lighthouse and surrounding cliffs provide a distinctive seascape.
- Kimmeridge Bay – explore the unique geology of Kimmeridge Bay, known for its shale ledges and rock pools. The bay is part of the Purbeck Marine Wildlife Reserve, offering glimpses of marine life.
Remember to check local regulations, tidal conditions and weather forecasts before embarking on your jet ski adventure. Always prioritise safety and respect the natural environment while enjoying the beauty of the Jurassic Coast.
The Ocean Club is part of the Salterns Group of Companies that includes Salterns Marina, Chandlery, Brokerage, Offshore Performance and Golden Arrow Marine. Based in Sandbanks, Poole Harbour we’ve been helping boaters enjoy life on the water since the 1960’s.