Experience the magnificent beauty of Scotland and the Hebrides with the Scottish hospitality on board a beautiful ketch.
The spectacular coastline of rugged islands characterizes the backdrop for your sailing trip. The owner couple is your host on board. Seabirds, dolphins and seals are your companions.
You are welcome on board as an active crew members. After sailing the day you usually go into a sheltered cove at anchor. Who likes to explore in the area of land on foot either nature or a small, cozy Scottish city.
For dinner, the ship Eignerin, an excellent cook, has already prepared the meal on board. Especially she likes to conjure up regional delicacies. Later that evening, the skipper likes to tell stories, legends and yarns.
The spectacular scenery of the Hebrides from the sea is considered particularly impressive, offering constantly changing views. Enjoy the best of Scottish distillates directly in the cellars of famous distilleries. Oban, Talisker and Lagavulin invite you to visit and sometimes in the evening to celebrate and dance in their vaults. Let yourself be tempted by a Scottish evening ceilidh. Do not miss a stroll through the romantic harbor town of Oban in the West Highlands.
The west coast of Scotland with secure remote lakes and islands, is a largely untouched by human territory. Here nature lovers can still experience true adventure. Spectacular scenery, countless seabirds, gray seals, dolphins and whales make the trip memorable sailing. Some days we make 3 different types of dolphins, minke whales and basking sharks. To us flying gannets, fulmars and shearwaters and golden eagles. In the nesting grounds, we can see puffins, guillemots and razorbills. If you're lucky, you meet a krill-eating basking shark.
No trip is like the others, because first of certain wind, tides and weather the route. In the south we can achieve Gigha. In the north we visit most islands such as Mull, Jura, Staffa, Ulva, Iona, The Treshnish Isles, Coll, Tiree, Rum, Eigg, Canna, etc. On the 10-day trips, we try to sail to the northern tip of Skye. Like to take into account your wishes when the skipper of the exact cruise planning.
Particularly beautiful are the Hebrides in May and June with wild flowers, nesting birds, and long days. There is little rain fall and the wind is favorable for sailing. On the western islands are much smaller than the precipitation in the mountains of the mainland. With a little luck, you may never have to put your rain gear.
Nature lovers will love the rugged beauty and rich wildlife of Scotland. She quickly secure the coveted seats.