Join one of our 2 or 3-hour boat trips and experience the incredible scenery the West Coast has to offer. You may also have the opportunity to see some amazing marine wildlife, including dolphins, whales, seals and a variety of sea birds.
If you don’t have a full day to spend visiting the Small Isles, one of our 2 or 3-hour boat trips may be for you. Take a cruise on board MV Sheerwater around the beautiful coastline of Arisaig, going as far as Ardnamurchan, Sleat or Eigg, depending on weather conditions and wildlife sightings.
As well as the amazing scenery the West Coast has to offer, you may also have the opportunity to see some exciting wildlife including whales, dolphins, seals, and several species of sea bird.
From £30 per adult
April — September
- Pets Welcome
Tour company information
Arisaig Marine Ltd
MV Sheerwater will safely transport foot passengers to and from the spectacular Small Isles of Eigg and Muck. The skipper will often pause to enjoy any marine wildlife along the way. There are several crossings each week to the islands of Eigg & Muck and we offer shorter boat trips too. Day trippers to these incredible islands have plenty of time on the island of their choice to explore the landscape, observe wildlife or just soak up the atmosphere of island life. Tickets can be purchased from our website or in the Harbour office, where you will also find our tearoom and giftshop.
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Small Isles Ferry
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