A sailing voyage to experience the rugged beauty of the Inner Hebrides and the jaw-dropping scenery of the Firth of Clyde. Become part of the crew on an 8-day adventure to wild anchorages, sea lochs, and quaint fishing ports.
Explore the Inner Hebrides and the Firth of Clyde
A voyage to experience the rugged beauty of the Inner Hebrides and the jaw-dropping scenery of the Firth of Clyde. Join a small group on an adventure that starts in the Gateway to the Scottish Isles; the picturesque port town of Oban. With a blend of fascinating ancient ruins and vibrant Scottish culture, the town has become known as the Seafood Capital of Scotland. Western Scotland is a rich marine ecosystem which offers fantastic seafood and wildlife watching from the Sea Eagles on Mull to the dolphins and Minke Whales that cruise the deep sounds between the islands. Due to the prolific life under the surface and hundreds of miles of remote coastlines, the Western Isles, Inner and Outer Hebrides and mainland lochs are great places to spot seals, otters, minke and larger whales, basking sharks and dolphins.
The mountains provide inaccessible eyries for sea eagles, golden eagles, choughs, peregrine falcons and the cliffs are homes to many large breeding colonies of seabirds like gannets and puffins.
Islay, Jura and Mull
As you head further north the landscape changes, with dramatic highland and island views dominating the seascape. You will have the option to anchor in pretty bays on the islands and visits ashore to explore will be possible. With beautiful sunsets and long evenings, sitting on deck in the evening light anchored in a small bay, is something not to be missed.
- Sailing the Irish Sea
- Spectacular scenery and wildlife
- Sunsets and long evenings
- Wilderness and isolated anchorages