Check our tour calendar for daily sailings and times. .
Sometimes we can’t escape the Scottish weather, but our sheltered trip explores the area of Loch Dunvegan and it’s cliff-lined coastline from Dunvegan Head to the small isles of Isay, Mingay, and Cleet. There is plenty of opportunities to see native birds, seals, dolphins, porpoises, and the occasional basking shark if you are lucky! The two-hour trip takes you past historic brochs (forts,) hidden sea caves, Dunvegan head, lighthouses, the beautiful Coral beach, and local rock formations. If your a sunset seeker our later sailing is ideal for catching those stunning evening sunsets over the Outer Isles on the closing summer evenings.
Viewing the beautiful coastline around the Isle of Skye and all the surrounding Islands with plenty of wildlife and the enjoyment of being on our spacious powerful top of the range ribs.
We do require guests come prepared with warm waterproof clothing and sturdy footwear although waterproof clothing is provided some extra warm clothing is always a great idea. A camera, packed lunch/snacks and water for the day is recommended. Whilst the weather will be monitored and we will only run the trip if the skipper deems the conditions safe, we are in the Atlantic Ocean & we may encounter some bumps along the way, guests that may suffer from seasickness should come prepared. Times are not exact and may vary slightly.