Discover the Inner Hebrides
Number of Nights: 6
Departs: Dunstaffnage Marina 2PM
Returns: Dunstaffnage Marina 12PM
|Twin cabin (individual berth)||£1,280.00|
|Twin cabin (single occupancy)||£2,304.00|
|Whole boat (max 8 guests)||£9,216.00|
|05/05/2017 - 11/05/2017||Berths Available|
|16/05/2017 - 22/05/2017||Berths Available|
Prices are inclusive of VAT (if applicable) and include all meals and snacks on board, bed linen, towels, oilskins, fuel and mooring/berthing fees. Alcoholic drinks are not included, but are available onboard for purchase at cost price.
Sail round Ardnamurchan, the most westerly point of mainland Britain, via the Sound of Mull towards the Small Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck and Canna. You will enjoy spectacular views of the Skye Cuillins. There are regular sightings of minke whales and dolphins in these waters.
Possible destinations during this cruise:
- Isle of Mull
- Isle of Staffa and Fingal’s Cave
- The Treshnish Isles, where you will see puffins nesting in their cliff top burrows
- Rum, famous for it’s red deer population and Rum ponies and the bizarre Kinloch Castle, a Victorian mansion built by Lancashire industrialist George Bullough
- Canna, the most westerly of the Small Isles, which has an abundance of wildlife and wild flora and over 1,000 sites of historic interest and a rich Gaelic heritage
- Muck, with its fertile rolling landscape, beaches and diverse marine and birdlife
- Eigg, where we go ashore to walk the famous “singing sands” in Laig Bay or to explore Massacre Cave and Cathedral Cave with their troubled histories
- Loch Scavaig, Skye, a spectacular anchorage beneath the Cuillin ridge; scenic walk to the freshwater Loch Coruisk
- Loch Moidart, a most picturesque tree-lined loch with the historic Castle Tioram sitting on its rocky tidal island
- Loch Nevis on the Knoydart peninsula and the village of Inverie, home to Britain’s most remote pub
- Isle of Coll, a typical Hebridean island, and a hotspot for basking sharks
Please note that the exact itinerary for this cruise will depend on the weather and the safety, comfort and interests of guests. In all matters, the skipper’s decision is final.