Wildlife in abundance on our first 'Around Mull: Wildlife Explorer' Cruise

Skipper Martin McWhirr was supported by Chef Michael, Engineer David and Bosun Hazel. Our new 6-night cruise “Around Mull: Wildlife Explorer” was everything we had hoped for with most species putting in an appearance.  Departing Oban in spectacular sunny weather we cruised up Loch Linnhe to our first anchorage on Loch a choire on the Morvern Coast.  The scenery was stunning with the loch fringed by high mountains and the snow topped cap of Ben Nevis glinting in the distance Otters have been spotted here on previous cruises but weren’t coming out to play this time.  We did however get some close sightings of red… Read More

A wonderful voyage from South to North Argyll around the Mull of Kintyre April 5th 2014

Our tenth anniversary season got off to a wonderful start with both vessels on a one-way cruise from Holy Loch, near Dunoon, around the Mull of Kintyre to Oban.  The weather was kind with little wind, and periods of sunshine while the wildlife put in an appearance too. Skipper Iain on the Glen Tarsan was ably assisted by Chef Stephen, Engineer Gavin and Bosun “young “ Stephen Skipper Sandy on the Glen Massan was supported by Chef Andie, Engineer Ray and Bosun Claire For much of the journey the boats travelled together from the Clyde in south Argyll to The Inner Hebrides and Oban in the north of… Read More

The best of land and sea on our Around Mull: Wildlife Explorer Cruises

We are delighted to announce our partnership with David Woodhouse, one of Scotland’s top wildlife guides who is providing the wildlife land tour on our new Around Mull: Wildlife Explorer Cruises for 2014. David’s daily wildlife expeditions have blazed the trail in wildlife watching for over thirty years on the Island of Mull.  The Island of Mull is one of the most diverse wildlife destinations in the world and the day land tour is designed to maximise our guests’ chances of seeing golden eagles, otters, white tailed sea eagles, porpoise, hen harriers and a whole host of other fascinating Hebridean wildlife. You will not… Read More

A wee dram in the Hebrides - guest blogger Bob Gallagher

  I have been chartering bareboats for years. I always wanted to sail the Hebrides but found few bareboat options and limited support facilities. The volatile weather, an unforgiving coastline, large tidal swings and deep anchorages led me to consider a captained charter. Once I swallowed the bitter medicine that someone else would be running the boat, it didn’t take long to be convinced that I deserved the luxury of an engineer, chef and boatswain The wooden fishing trawler Glen Massan was built in Scotland in 1970 and last fished off of the West Coast of Ireland in 2000. Captain Andy took her down to the bare hull,… Read More

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