The catamaran provides the perfect stable platform to see Shetland's fantastic wild life, breathtaking cliffs and coastline.
Explore the amazing and diverse underwater marine life through the remotely operated submarine camera. Take a chance of a lifetime - with an all day trip to the UK's most northerly point, Muckle Flugga. If you have only half a day, try a trip around Bressay and to the cliffs of Noss National Nature Reserve. Hear about Lerwick harbours’ colourful history and see the unique geology of this stunning coastline.
When visiting Shetland, this sightseeing and wildlife experience is a must. This inshore cruise takes you from the most southerly point of Bressay ‘Da Bard’ to the most northerly ‘Scord’ point. View the cliffs of ‘Da Ord’ where much of the stone was quarried to be used in the building of Lerwick.
Being a catamaran, the Rubymay is extremely roomy both inside and out. On board, in the centrally heated cabin you will find a well stocked reference library, and there are binoculars available for those who require them. The fly deck gives an ideal platform for those wishing to take photographs. Frank and Stewart will provide you with a running commentary throughout the trip and will gladly answer your questions. There is a flush toilet on board.
The boat is available for private charter for angling, diving or sightseeing anywhere in Shetland.