Lunch On Canna!
Sorry this trip won’t be operating in 2021, we’re running our other trips. Both available to book online.
Please be advised when booking this trip on a seat basis we do require a minimum of 6 persons to run the tour! Available as Private charter.
Our extended tour of around 6 hours takes in all the stunning views on the west coast of Skye and inner Hebridean Islands. Leaving Carbost at 10am we’ll sail near Talisker beach taking in the views of the Cuillins and the Small Isles whilst heading over to the remote Island of Canna which should take just over 1 hour.
Once on Canna we’ll head for Café Canna https://www.cafecanna.co.uk/ (booking ahead) for a cup of tea or an early Lunch. We’ll spend a couple of hours on the Island, being able to walk around and explore. https://www.theisleofcanna.com/things-to-do-see
Around 2pm we’ll depart for a scenic sail past Canna’s Prison Rock & Black beach and the Puffin stack whilst on route to Rum. Sailing past Rum’s beautiful scenery and many of wildlife before returning to Carbost at around 4pm!
You will not be disappointed with the sheer cliffs & birdlife on offer. The fast running tide in the area makes it an ideal place to spot Baskin Sharks and Minke Whales feeding in the tidal stream. Rum boasts one of the largest Manx Shearwater colonies in the world and is home to over 900 red deer. Over 60,000 pairs of black and white pigeon nest in burrows on the islands highest summits along with a ambitious white tailed Eagle reintroduction program. Just some of the marvellous things about the island to discover.
This is our main route for the Rum & Canna Explorer.
We do require guests come prepared with warm waterproof clothing and sturdy footwear although Waterproof clothing will be provided an extra layer is 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