St Hilda Sea Adventures

Boat Tour

Rankins Brae, Holy Loch Marina, Sandbank, Dunoon, Argyll, PA23 8FE

    Welcome to St Hilda Sea Adventures: St Hilda Sea Adventures provides a unique sailing holiday in the sheltered sea lochs of Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.

    St Hilda Sea Adventures provides a unique sailing holiday in the sheltered sea lochs of Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.

    Guests can sail the west coast of Scotland on the classic vessel, St Hilda; a traditional, 54ft wooden ketch, converted to provide roomy accommodation for up to six people.

    In this part of the west coast of Scotland there are large areas of sheltered waters and perfect remote anchorages for all sorts of waterborne activities, from swimming and fishing to canoeing and windsurfing. There is plenty of room on deck to carry canoes, windsurfers or cycles if guests wish to bring their own.

    St Hilda is skippered by its owner, Michael, who is knowledgeable of the area and passionate about ships. Along with the boat’s chef, Colette who provides freshly prepared meals in the galley, both staff are on hand to provide the ultimate experience. All meals are free as is the wine and aperitif with dinner.

    The yacht tender will take guests ashore to explore the most interesting coastlines and local communities. Argyll is rich in bird and marine life and guests may be able to spot animals such as otters, seals, porpoises, basking sharks and minke whales.

    The St Hilda is ideal for small groups of friends and family. Guests can choose to book the whole boat or elect to share their cruise with others.

    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    Opening Times 2015
    1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015

    Road Directions

    Coming from the south, Holy Loch Marina is approximately an hour from Glasgow Airport. You will cross the Clyde at Gourock on Western Ferries which depart every 20 minutes, with the trip taking 20 minutes. Visit www.western-ferries.co.uk. Free parking is available at Holy Loch Marina which is secured by locked gates at night.

     

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- From Glasgow Central Station, there are regular trains to Dunoon via Gourock where you board the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry to Dunoon.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- It is trickier to reach us by public transport from Glasgow Airport. For this reason, we would recommend using a taxi. It will cost approximately £60.00 one way. If you choose this option, we would be happy to organise a taxi for you. If you arrive by air and wish to spend time in Glasgow, the airport bus takes 20 minutes to the City Centre where you can then catch a bus or train to Dunoon

    Getting there by ferry:- From Buchanan Street Bus Station there are regular buses which take you to the Western Ferry for Dunoon which depart every 20 minutes

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