Cardigan Bay


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Car·di·gan Bay

 (kär′dĭ-gən)
A wide-mouthed inlet of St. George's Channel on the western coast of Wales.

Cardigan Bay

n
(Placename) an inlet of St George's Channel, on the W coast of Wales
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Around 240 dolphins live in Cardigan Bay, off the Welsh coast, which has been targeted by oil companies.
More than 10,000 are expected to watch Cardigan Bay come off the slipway at Govan, Glasgow.
It will arrive at Scotstoun next week, where it is expected to stay for several weeks while its sister ship, the Cardigan Bay, is finished at Govan by BAE Systems before being handed over to the Government.
Set in the stunning Llyn Peninsula on Abersoch beach, Penrhos and Pwllheli Marina, the night action took place on raised fields overlooking Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia.
Quay West Holiday Park in West Wales is ideally placed for trips across Cardigan Bay to spot the resident school of bottle-nosed dolphins.
The dead mammal was discovered at Cardigan Bay, West Wales, sparking fears for the survival of other local marine life.
45) is the better of the two, and the bookies have got it right by making Mr Cahill and Cardigan Bay the market leaders.
Cardigan Bay ( a 16,000-tonne Royal Fleet Auxiliary Vessel ( descended the Glasgow yard slipway on Saturday before a crowd of about 8,000.
He added: "One was distinctive and exclusive to the dolphins of Cardigan Bay.
The section of sand dune, which measures only several feet, in Abersoch, north Wales, comes with stunning views of Cardigan Bay and St Tudwal's islands.
The Barmouth all-weather lifeboat (ALB) went to the aid of the 25ft vessel Lady Carole which broke down in Cardigan Bay, off the Barmouth coast on Thursday morning.
At the top, as well as views across Cardigan Bay, there is a licensed cafe, play area and the largest camera obscura of its type in the world.