Islay and the Southern Hebrides 6-nights

MV Glen Etive and MV Glen Shiel from £2,750.00 per person

Despite their close proximity, each island in the Southern Hebrides has a distinct personality, from the wild mountainous wilderness of Jura to the lush gardens of Gigha. Historically, the area was of great significance as “Argyll’s Sea Kingdom” from the 10th century. Sail in the wake of the "Lords of the Isles" who had a far-reaching influence over Scotland and beyond. Islay is justly famous for its whisky distilleries and nearby Jura for red deer and George Orwell. Clusters of small islands, The “Slate Isles” and the Garvellachs provide idyllic anchorages and visits to small communities. The most westerly and remote island, Colonsay, is surprisingly wooded and fertile with fabulous beaches and scenery. As a contrast to the islands, the ever present highly-indented coastline of the Argyll mainland offers magificent sea lochs and sheltered stopovers, such as Loch Crinan and Loch Sween.

Islay and the Southern Hebrides 6-nights

DateSpacesPrice ppVesselBook
29 May 20210£2,750.00Glen EtiveFully Booked
5 June 20210£2,750.00Glen EtiveFully Booked
7 August 20212£2,750.00Glen ShielBook Now
11 September 20210£2,750.00Glen EtiveFully Booked
Departs Oban

Islay and the Southern Hebrides 6-nights

DateSpacesPrice ppVesselBook
28 May 20220£2,750.00Glen ShielFully Booked
1 October 20224£2,460.00Glen ShielBook Now
Departs Oban

Islay and the Southern Hebrides 6-nights

DateSpacesPrice ppVesselBook
3 June 20238£2,750.00Glen EtiveBook Now
17 June 20237 £2,750.00Glen ShielBook Now
16 September 202312 £2,750.00Glen EtiveBook Now
Departs Oban

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