Loch Dunvegan Cruises & Fishing Trips

Fisheries

Dunvegan Castle & Gardens, Macleod Estate Office, Dunvegan, Isle Of Skye, IV55 8WF

    Bonnie Prince Charlie had to leave Skye in a hurry, but you can stay for as long as you like to enjoy the varied wildlife of Loch Dunvegan and the spectacular views of the Outer Hebrides across the Minch.

    Departing from the pier below Dunvegan Castle, one of our traditionally built clinker boats will take you on an unforgettable cruise of Loch Dunvegan followed by a leisurely stroll through the tranquillity of our formal gardens in blissful isolation. For the more adventurous, we offer fishing expeditions on Loch Dunvegan for up to four people per boat. With their unrivalled knowledge of good spots for pollock, mackerel and coalfish, our boatmen will do their very best to ensure that you don’t return empty handed. Rods and tackle are provided free of charge.

    BOOKINGS: To book please call our Seal Trip Office on +44 (0) 1470 521 500. The minimum number of people we take is two and the maximum is strictly limited to four per trip.We strongly advise that you bring warm clothing. We accept all major credit cards. In the event of bad weather leading to a cancellation,  your booking fee will be transferable or refundable.

    ALL OUR BOAT TRIPS ARE SUBJECT TO WEATHER CONDITIONS

    Opening Times
    2014 Opening Times
    15 Apr 2014 - 30 Sep 2014

    ALL OUR BOAT TRIPS ARE SUBJECT TO SEA AND WEATHER CONDITIONS. PLEASE CALL OUR SEAL TRIP TICKET OFFICE ON: +44 (0) 1470 521500

    Catering

    • Kiosk/ Shop
    • Tea & Coffee Available
    • Snack Bar

    Facilities

    • Picnic Area

    Location

    • Rural Location
    • Waterfront Location
    • Coastal Location

    Transport

    • Coach Parking On-site
    • Free Parking On-Site

    Children

    • Children Welcome

    Leisure Facilities

    • Gift Shop

    Payment Methods

    • Debit Card
    • Cash
    • Delta Card
    • Mastercard
    • VISA Card

    Road Directions

    Inverness A82 to Invermoriston, A887 to
    Kyle of Lochalsh (82 miles)

    Fort William A82 to Invergarry, A87 to Kyle
    of Lochalsh (76 miles)

    Kyle of Lochalsh to Dunvegan via the Skye
    Bridge (45 miles)

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by ferry:- Ferry crossings to the Isle of Skye are seasonal and weather dependant. Please check timetables and availability in advance with the ferry companies.

    Via Mallaig on the mainland to Armadale on the Isle of Skye. www.calmac.co.uk

    Glenelg to Skye Ferry. Sail on the Glenahulish, the only turntable ferry of it's kind in the UK. www.skyeferry.co.uk
     

    Transport within Scotland

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    Parking

    • Parking provided for visitors

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.

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