We take our passengers to the west coast of Scotland: the Hebrides and Argyll - beautiful, unspoiled coastlines of spectacular sea lochs and stunning Highland landscapes and incredible wildlife. We anchor in the most sheltered, idyllic places where you can visit distilleries, world famous islands such as St Kilda, Mull, Jura, Islay, Staffa and Iona, watch the wildife, go fishing or swim in the sea lochs or go ashore to explore. Dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, otters, red squirrels and many species of birds are regularly seen and even the occasional Minke whale. We have even seen a breaching humpback whale in Loch Long!
If you are looking for a sailing holiday with a difference, we offer something truly unique. People of all ages can learn about the sea but also find out about nature and explore the local marine environment.
Since we started St Hilda Sea Adventures, we have noticed more and more interest from our guests on exploring the marine environment and finding out about the local wildlife. We responded to this by introducing more marine wildlife cruises; guests on board will still enjoy the exhilaration of St Hilda under full sail, but have a more in-depth look at the wonderfully rich wildlife and pristine environment through which we travel.
We get amazing feedback from our guests who think that St Hilda, and our cruising areas, offer something truly unique, at very good value. We also get independent reviews from our guests who book through Responsible Travel. Click here to view guest reviews>
St Hilda Sea Adventures is very popular with families and groups of friends who often charter the whole boat. The school holidays book up very quickly, so if you have a special date in mind, don't delay. We operate a system of flexible booking for groups who can choose the start date and length of trip, assuming availability. Children on board love the nature activities we provide for them!
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