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Caledonian canal cruise in Scotland, Oban to Inverness

This week long Caledonian Canal cruise is on board a small vessel, sleeping maximum ten guests. The Caledonian Canal is the genius work of Victorian engineers, designed to create a coast to coast short cut by adjoining inland lochs between Oban in the west and Inverness in the east. Your travel on board either Elizabeth G or Proud Seahorse will take you on a glorious journey not only along stunning lochs such as Linnhe and Ochy but also through impressive lock systems at Neptune’s Staircase in Corpach and Fort Augustus at Loch Ness. On board the facilities are as follows: Elizabeth G This is our original vessel and is a beautifully restored Norwegian Rescue ship. There are six double ... Read more >
From £1,055 excluding flights

Outer Hebrides wildlife cruise in Scotland

This 10-night wildlife adventure cruise, with an onboard Wildlife Guide takes in the more remote Islands of the Hebrides. Destinations include many magical and far-flung places; the Isles of Canna, Berneray and Mingulay; the Monach isles, Taransay and the Shiants, amongst others. Find out more about the Shiant Isles and the Monach Isles. This cruise provides excellent chances of seeing most of the wildlife the Western Isles has to offer and the scenery and locations are a photographers dream. To have the opportunity to fully explore these amazing places, we provide fully guided walks and plenty of local knowledge. One of the ultimate highlights of this cruise is to watch the resident ... Read more >
From £1,995 excluding flights

Isle of Mull cruise, Scotland

With over 300 miles of spectacular coastline, incredible scenery and amazing wildlife this cruise introduces you to the most fascinating parts of Mull and its offshore islands. Often called ‘Eagle Island’ there are excellent opportunities to spot both species of eagle and many other rare birds. Dolphins, seals and otters are frequently seen on Mull with basking sharks and Minke whales often putting in an appearance from July onwards. Beautiful beaches and secluded bays stretch from Calgary and Kilninian in the north to Loch Buie and Carsaig in the south, just perfect for a coastal walk or picnic on the sands. On the western side of the island, the Treshnish Isles, Iona, Staffa, Ulva and ... Read more >
From £1,285 excluding flights

Scotland cruise, Lismore and Loch Etive

This autumn short-break cruise is for those who wish to explore one of Scotland’s most beautiful and inaccessible areas. Loch Etive is a stunningly beautiful, remote sea loch and the best way to access its stunning coastline is from the sea. The cruise is particularly suited to guests interested in going ashore for one-way or circular walks in an area rich in wildlife and natural beauty. Loch Etive is one of the most attractive lochs in Scotland. It is surrounded by wild countryside and a spectacular mountain landscape towering over the loch. The north end of Loch Etive is dominated by the view up Glen Etive to the twin mountains of Buachaille Etive Mor and, to its west, Buachaille Etive ... Read more >
From £695 excluding flights

Scotland cruise, Skye and the Small Isles

This guided sea adventure has a focus on wildlife, getting close to many seabirds and cetaceans. There are puffins, gannets, Manx shearwaters, storm petrels, great skuas, and fulmars around on the water while golden and white-tailed eagle are often overhead. We anchor in some of the most beautiful, remote and otherwise inaccessible locations, and see the jewels of the Inner Hebrides from an entirely new angle, making the most of the long days of summer. We can choose to visit the Isles of Mull, Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna. We would also aim to stopover on Loch Scavaig on the Isle of Skye, which sits under the towering Cuillin mountains; some of the most dramatic scenery on the West Coast ... Read more >
From £1,325 excluding flights

St Kilda & the Outer Hebrides wildlife cruise, Scotland

This 10-night St Kilda & Outer Hebrides wildlife adventure cruise, led by a Wildlife Guide and three knowledgeable crew, is a relaxing and invigoration sea journey to explore the rarely visited remote and beautiful island landscape of the Outer Hebrides. With the unique wild flower machair in bloom on all the island coastlines, there a good chance of seeing corncrake and many other rare birds on the shores as well as on the water. From Tobermory we set out for the southernmost tip of the Outer Hebrides visiting Mingulay with its incredible seacliffs, deserted village, lost history and a truly stunning beach. The seals come ashore at night on Mingulay and we have counted over 200. Our ... Read more >
From £1,995 excluding flights

Hebrides photography cruise in Scotland

This is a wonderfully scenic cruise, led by our professional photography and wildlife guide, Chris Gomersall, with lots of opportunities to photograph spectacular landscapes and wildlife at close quarters. Photography at sea is challenging, but we will get close to many seabirds and probably cetaceans. There are puffins, gannets, Manx shearwaters, storm petrels, great skuas, fulmars, around on the water while golden and white-tailed eagle are often overhead. We will anchor in some of the most beautiful, remote and otherwise inaccessible locations, and see the jewels of the Inner Hebrides from an entirely new angle, making the most of the long days of mid-summer. We can choose to visit ... Read more >
From £1,726 excluding flights

Skye, Small Isles and the Shiants cruise, Scotland

The Small Isles, the Isle of Skye and the Shiants provide an enthralling and contrasting island experience with lots of opportunities to spot a variety of rare wildlife with the help of our specialist guide both onboard and onshore. The “Small Isles” of Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna, each have their own distinct beauty and character. Cruise times between islands are short, with always another breathtaking vista on the horizon. Reaching the Isle of Skye, we stopover on Loch Scavaig, which sits under the towering Cuillin mountains; some of the most dramatic scenery on the West Coast of Scotland. There will be a chance to go ashore and walk along the shores of Loch Coruisk, one of the remotest ... Read more >
From £2,800 excluding flights

Skye and the Islands of the Inner Sound cruise, Scotland

This cruise itinerary is designed to spend less time travelling at sea, with more opportunities for exploring ashore, with the next scenic destination always on the horizon. Cruise sheltered waters, island-hopping from the Isle of Mull via the Small Isles to the Inner Sound of Skye, going ashore at little-visited inlets and islands best accessed from the sea. The anchorages and stopovers are all uniquely fascinating; cathedral-like caves and shell-sand beaches; small islands and magnificent sea lochs; tranquil inlets and tidal rips. A variety of rare wildlife inhabit these waters with eagles, otters, dolphins and whales frequently spotted with many other species identified by your Wildlife ... Read more >
From £2,800 excluding flights
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