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St Kilda and the Outer Hebrides cruise, Scotland

Situated on the very edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the Outer Hebrides is a chain of inter-connected islands with their own unique way of life. Much of the Hebrides is very isolated, with an infectious sense of peace and tranquillity. Following a stopover at Canna, the itinerary takes in the far-flung Isles of Barra, Mingulay and the Uists with their endless shell-sand beaches fringed with flowering machair. Given good weather, St Kilda will be the next stop, with the intention to stay for two nights exploring the Archipelago. Depart St Kilda for the Sound of Harris and its stunning sea vistas of thousands of small islands. Visits to the wild Shiant Islands, the romantic Isle of Skye and ...Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Scotland cruises, Islay and the Southern Hebrides

Despite their close proximity, each island in the Southern Hebrides has a distinct personality, from the wild mountainous wilderness of Jura to the lush gardens of Gigha. Historically, the area was of great significance as “Argyll’s Sea Kingdom” from the 10th century which had far reaching influence over Scotland and beyond. Clusters of small islands, The “Slate Isles” and the Garvellachs provide some idyllic anchorages. The most westerly and remote island, Colonsay, is surprisingly wooded and fertile with fabulous beaches and scenery whereas Islay is justly famous for its whisky distilleries. The highly-indented coastline of the Argyll mainland offers sheltered stopovers in Loch Crinan ...Read more >
From £2,750 excluding flights

Isles of the Clyde and the Southern Hebrides cruise

Explore the islands and sea lochs of the magnificent Firth of Clyde on one of our three vessels before rounding the Mull of Kintyre to reach the southern Hebrides. Within the sheltered Firth of Clyde, there are many sheltered sea lochs from Loch Goil and Loch Long to the Kyles of Bute and Loch Fyne. The Islands of Arran, Cumbrae and Bute are all excellent stopovers as is the town of Campbeltown with its unique whisky distillery . Rounding the Mull of Kintyre allows access to the southernmost islands of the Hebrides, including Islay, Jura and Gigha each with its own unique character.Read more >
From £2,460 excluding flights

Southern Hebrides and Sea Lochs of Argyll cruise

Explore the delightful coastline of Argyll and some magnificent Scottish islands, in particular the Inner Hebridean Islands, on this unique Scottish cruise. Exploring this stunning west coast, and indeed the Scottish Highlands, from the sea is not only the most wonderful way to do so, but also a very relaxing way. Cruise in unique style in a group of 11 guests aboard beautifully converted traditional wooden vessels, all cabins ensuite. Experience Scottish hospitality at its best with fabulous food featuring locally-sourced menus. There is plenty of opportunity to go ashore to explore remote coastlines rich in heritage, dotted with traditional communities and historic castles and gardens. ...Read more >
From £2,310 excluding flights

Argyll and Clyde cruise in Scotland

In celebration of Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 2020, we have announced a new 6-night cruise itinerary and dates for 2020 ‘Coastlines and Castles of Argyll and the Clyde’. The cruise pays homage to days when tourists flocked to the Clyde resorts from Glasgow and offers a glimpse of why so many chose to go ‘Doon the Watter’. Highlights include dinner at anchor off Carrick Castle, a visit to the delightful village of Rothesay and the fabulous Mount Stuart Mansion House on the Isle of Bute. Sail through the picturesque Kyles of Bute then cruise up Loch Fyne to Inveraray, or along the coast of Arran with a possible visit to Brodick Castle. Admire the contrasting islands of Arran, ...Read more >
From £2,420 excluding flights

Isle of Skye cruise

The Isle of Skye is one of Scotland's most famous destinations and now you can circumnavigate this misty isle on our new 10-night cruise. The West coast of Skye offers idyllic anchorages in deeply indented sea lochs such as Loch Dunvegan with its Dunvegan Castle and Loch Harport, home to the Talisker Distillery. The East coast is equally as spectacular as you cruise past Kilt Rock while searching for kittiwakes and fulmars. The Isle of Raasay is a popular anchorage and shore stop for avid walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. Come aboard our third custom built vessel, Glen Etive, as she navigates round this dramatic isle with the ever present Cuillin mountain range in the background.Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Skye and the Small Isles cruises, Scotland

The waters around the Small Isles and Skye are ideal for dolphin, seal and whale watching. The Small Isles offers a unique island-hopping adventure with ever-changing ocean vistas. The Isles of Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna each has its own distinct character and profile with the distinctive silhouette of the Isle of Skye ever present on the horizon. Approaching Skye from the sea is the best way to be introduced to the beauty of the rugged coastline and mountain ridges. Loch Scavaig, with its deeply indented coastline, is dominated by the majestic Cuillin Mountain range. Heading around the Sound of Sleat, the itinerary takes in Eilean Donan Castle, the Skye Bridge, the sheltered Inner Sound ...Read more >
From £2,460 excluding flights

Caledonian Canal cruise in Scotland, via Loch Ness

The Caledonian Canal is a feat of engineering, slicing Scotland on the diagonal for 97 kilometres between Inverness and Fort William. It includes a complex ‘staircase’ of locks designed by Thomas Telford and connects several freshwater lochs, including Loch Ness, the most famous of them all. Travel along it on a small ship for the best experience. This mode of transport is fantastic for appreciating the tranquillity and majesty of Scotland. Your charming home for the seven days is a converted traditional wooden fishing vessel. There’s room for four crew and up to 11 guests. On board you’ll be served gourmet food at anchor every evening, and can sit back and enjoy the stunning scenery as ...Read more >
From £1,900 excluding flights

North West Scotland cruise

Come aboard our two purpose built vessels, Glen Etive or Glen Shiel, as they embark on a 10-night itinerary to our newest cruising area. The North West Coast Mainland of Scotland is a stunning location peppered with deeply indented sea lochs such as Loch Carron and Loch Torridon. Go ashore to visit the quaint little villages of Applecross, Plockton and Gairloch or simply take in the striking beauty of this remote area from one of our three outdoor decks. A visit to the Summer Isles is our most northerly stop on this 10-night itinerary. This is a perfect place to spot marine mammals in the crystal clear waters while gazing across the Minch to the Outer Hebrides. Photo Credits: Inverewe ...Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Outer Hebrides cruise in Scotland

The Outer Hebrides is an island world like no other, with more than 200 of them stretching 130 miles. This epic 10-night itinerary aboard Glen Shiel will take you to the islands that lie on the very edge of Western Europe. After a quick stop in the Inner Hebrides, you will venture onto the ‘Long Isle’, the archipelago where crofting and weaving is a way of life and Gaelic is the mother tongue. Take in the atmosphere of the islands, each of which has its own distinctive feel. North Uist has its machair and birdlife. South Uist’s Machair is dominated by Beinn Mhor. On Barra, regarded by many as the Outer Hebrides in miniature, there is ‘Kisimul Castle’ in Castlebay and the white sandy ...Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Scotland cruise, Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides is an island world like no other. On the very edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the pace of life is slower, the majority of inhabitants speak Gaelic and crofting is a way of life. Many of the rugged and mysterious islands, with evocative names such as Mingulay, the Monachs and the Shiants are populated only by thousands of seabirds. The scenery is breathtaking with huge skies and green seas providing a striking backdrop to white sand beaches and the jagged crags of some of the most remote, unspoiled and enchanting islands of the Hebrides. The crystal clear waters are home to many cetaceans, with porpoise, several species of dolphin and even whales and Orcas regularly ...Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Autumn Scotland cruise

Come aboard this October 17th for a special 'Captain's Choice' Cruise on Glen Massan, our original vessel. Let our experienced Skipper take you on an idyllic autumn adventure to remote anchorages where there is little light pollution. Not only does this mean clear, dark skies, perfect for a bit of stargazing, you may even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights. Witness spectacular sunrises with no need for early wake up calls and enjoy autumnal sunsets each evening. Departing from Oban on Saturday 17th at 4pm after a champagne reception on arrival, your Skipper will transport you to a cruising area rich in Autumn colours and spectacular scenery. Each day will be different making this a ...Read more >
From £2,080 excluding flights

Hebrides short break cruise, Scotland

Enjoy a revitalising short break cruise to the Hebrides. Come aboard our new 3-night cruise onboard our four vessels, Glen Shiel, Glen Etive, Glen Massan and Glen Tarsan to glide through splendid coastal scenery, enjoy delicious gourmet food and experience the very best of Highland hospitality afloat. Departing from Oban the cruising area takes in Loch Linnhe, Glencoe, the Sound of Mull, Tobermory and Loch Sunart. Along the way your four crew will enlighten guests on all aspects of the area with options to visit ancient castles, spot rare wildlife and explore beautiful coastlines ashore. Our Skippers are expert on the best anchorages and stopovers and our fabulous chefs get rave reviews for ...Read more >
From £1,070 excluding flights

Skye and the Inner Hebrides cruise, Scotland

Cruise to the Isle of Skye and the Inner Hebridean Islands on a unique Scottish islands cruise. The best way to visit this stunning area of the Scottish Highlands is from the sea. Our Hebridean cruise is unique, with maximum11 guests aboard beautifully converted traditional wooden vessels, all cabins ensuite. Experience Scottish hospitality at its best with fabulous food featuring locally-sourced menus. There is plenty of opportunity to go ashore to explore remote coastlines rich in heritage and wildlife, dotted with traditional communities and historic castles and gardens. Your onboard crew will ensure your holiday is unforgettable. Departing from Oban, cruise the Sound of Mull and then ...Read more >
From £2,310 excluding flights

Isle of Mull wildlife cruise in Scotland

Cruise the idyllic coastline of the Hebridean Island of Mull on the West Coast of Scotland, including the amazing wildife haven of the Treshnish Islands and the fabulous Island of Iona. The best way to visit this stunning area of the Scottish Highlands is from the sea. Cruise in unique style in a group of 11 guests aboard beautifully converted traditional wooden vessels, all cabins ensuite. Wildlife is commonly seen on our Mull cruises and this cruise is for those keen to see as much wildlife as possible, introducing a day trip on land to extend the range of species seen. Anchorages have been chosen for their beauty, tranquility, natural environment and wildlife. The wildlife seen will ...Read more >
From £2,310 excluding flights

Isle of Mull and west coast of Scotland cruise

This Isle of Mull and west coast of Scotland cruise is a seven day trip on board one of two small, traditional wooden fishing vessels, which have been beautifully restored to accommodate eleven passengers in ensuite cabins. Starting in Oban with a glass of bubbly as we set off into the west of Scotland waters over to Mull, our skipper will choose one of several beautiful spots to drop anchor for the night. Mull is a wonderful island, with its vibrant hub at Tobermory and also fine sites such as Duart Castle. From here we head to the Treshnish Islands, an uninhabited archipelago that is now home to puffin and seal colonies. Their neighbouring Island of Iona is another beautiful spot, with ...Read more >
From £2,080 excluding flights

Scotland cruise holiday, private charter

A Private Cruise Charter is the ultimate choice to celebrate that very special occasion, enjoying the freedom to do exactly as you please, hiring the whole boat, with up to eleven of your family or friends. For some dates it is possible to hire three of our charming Scottish cruise vessels for up to 34 people, cruising from Oban in the Scottish Western Isles. Our private charter guests range from high profile celebrities seeking to escape from the public eye to people having the trip of a lifetime. Design your own bespoke cruise itinerary with activities to suit your group and with our full all-inclusive service. Gather your friends and family together to plan your own itinerary and ...Read more >
From £29,700 excluding flights

Scotland short break cruise, private charter

A Private Cruise Charter is the ultimate choice to celebrate that very special occasion, enjoying the freedom to do exactly as you please, hiring the whole boat, with up to eleven of your family or friends. For some dates it is possible to hire up to three of our charming Scottish cruise vessels for up to 34 people, cruising from Oban in the Scottish Western Isles. Our private charter guests range from high profile celebrities seeking to escape from the public eye, from Emma Thompson to Dame Judi Dench, to friends and family wishing to have the trip of a lifetime. Design your own bespoke cruise itinerary with activities to suit your group and with our full all-inclusive service. ...Read more >
From £10,330 excluding flights

Scottish cruise private charter

A Private Cruise Charter is the ultimate choice to celebrate that very special occasion, enjoying the freedom to do exactly as you please, hiring the whole boat, with up to twelve of your family or friends. For some dates it is possible to hire two of our purpose built Scottish cruise vessels for up to 24 people, cruising from Oban in the Scottish Western Isles. Our private charter guests range from high profile celebrities seeking to escape from the public eye to people having the trip of a lifetime. Design your own bespoke cruise itinerary with activities to suit your group and with our full all-inclusive service. Gather your friends and family together to plan your own itinerary ...Read more >
From £48,390 excluding flights
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