Boat Trips, Cruising and Sailing

The newly launched Ros Crana. Credit: Caledonian Discovery

Cruise the Great Glen in Comfort. Credit: Caledonian Discovery

With over 790 offshore islands in Scotland, there is plenty of coast to explore.  Scotland’s coastal waters are home to rich wildlife, including whales, dolphins, basking sharks and seabirds, and our tranquil lochs set Scotland’s landscape in the perfect perspective.  If you’re looking for a great afternoon or day trip, then there are plenty of boat trips to choose from.

Sailing in Scotland encompasses an enormous range of different waters, craft and levels of skill. It can mean everything from a first taste of the sport in a dinghy to navigating a 46-foot ketch around the Hebrides. Many also run RYA training courses, equipping you with the skills needed to make the most of your sailing in Scotland and elsewhere.

Wanting someone else to do the driving? Why not cruise Scotland’s waters. We are not talking about floating hotel cruise ships here but about cruising Scotland on small, comfortable boats manned by skilled and knowledgeable skippers. Whether you are looking at a cruise round the fabled islands off Scotland’s west coast or a holiday travelling the Great Glen across Loch Ness then we can help.

Boat Trips, Sailing & Cruises