New 2024 Cruise: Creative Writing
Our Scottish Island cruises are perfect for finding further inspiration for your creative writing with a knowledgeable skipper to guide you and a dedicated chef to serve you delicious meals.
Just one departure date in 2024: 19th September for six nights onboard our small ship Seahorse II.
Daily workshops will give you the opportunity to try different approaches to writing and will be timed to fit in with each day’s activities. No previous experience is needed, just a willingness to listen, write and share ideas.
2023 Cruising Season
Our 2023 season has now come to a close and was a great success. Take a look at our guest reviews on Facebook, Google and on our website to see how much fun we had this season: https://www.sthildaseaadventures.co.uk/reviews/guest-reviews
It was a great pleasure to meet so many people from all over the world and we look forward to meeting some of them again in 2024.
A big thank you to all our guests who took the time to share pictures with us and to write reviews. It really means a lot to us.
We have selected a few of our favourite 2023 pictures which we received from guests, it was not an easy task!
Stunning Scottish Sunsets
Pictures taken during a September ‘Isle of Skye and the Small Isles’ cruise onboard Seahorse II. Many thanks to guest Barbara for sharing.
Cruise the Outer Hebrides
Pictures from a 10 night cruise to the Outer Hebrides in June. Many thanks to guest Helen for sharing.
New Small Ship Speideren
Speideren joining Gemini Explorer at Dunstaffnage Marina, Oban.
Scotitish Photography Cruise
Wonderful landscape and seascape pictures from photography tutor Gary who was on a recent six night cruise onboard our small ship Seahorse II.
Wildlife pictures from photography tutor Gary who joined us recently for an ‘Isle of Mull and Small Isles Explorer’ cruise onboard Seahorse II.
Our New Small Ship Speideren
Our small ship Speideren ready for her voyage to the west coast of Scotland.
Sunset and sunrise at Loch Drambuie onboard Gemini Explorer.
Lunge-feeding minke whale next our new small ship Speideren!
Small Ship Art Cruise
Pictures from the recent six night Art Cruise onboard our small ship Seahorse II.
Many thanks to art tutor Anthea and guest Penny for sharing.
Cruise to St Kilda
Pictures from a recent 10 nights ‘St Kilda and Shiants’ cruise onboard our small ship Gemini Explorer. Many thanks to guest Elizabeth for sharing.
The Inner and Outer Hebrides
Gemini Explorer exploring the Inner and Outer Hebrides. Many thank guests to Pierre and Elizabeth for sharing.
Our Small Ship Speideren
Proud looking Speideren almost ready for launching and joining our little fleet.
Fin Whale Sighting - Outer Hebrides
Fin whale, dolphins, razorbills, gannets, puffins and artic skuas. Some of the wildlife our guests enjoyed during a recent cruise to St Kilda and the Outer Hebrides onboard our small ship Seahorse II. It was quite incredible to see a fin whale as sightings are very rare! Many thanks to wildlife guide Neil for sharing.
Scottish Wildlife - Orcas
Another encounter today with our local orcas while on our way to the Outer Hebrides onboard Gemini Explorer.
Many thanks to captain Dougie and deckhand Peggy for the pictures.
Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides Scottish Cruise
Pictures from a recent six night ‘Mull Odyssey Cruise: Staffa, Iona and the Ross of Mull’ onboard our small ship Gemini Explorer.
Many thanks to guest Clive for sharing these pictures.
Seahorse II had an incredible close quarters view of a diving humpback whale.
Many thanks to wildlife guide Rob for sharing.
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Scotland’s Wild Isles
St Kilda, Staffa, dolphins, sunsets, wonderful blue skies from Gemini Explorer’s recent summer cruises.
Many thanks to deckhand Peggy for sharing.
Scottish Small Ship Cruises
Gemini Explorer visiting the Inner and Outer Hebrides. Many thanks to Captain Dougie for the pictures.
Our small ships are powerful enough to cruise the many spectacular islands and lochs of the Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides, yet small enough to anchor in remote and hauntingly beautiful places that the larger passenger ships are unable to visit.