Sailing Tours

The West Coast of Scotland is one of the world's finest cruising grounds. It offers magnificent, unrivalled scenery with an abundance of beautiful and secure anchorages. The sailing is great, with plenty of sheltered water, or, if the open sea beckons, you can cross to the Outer Hebrides, or even to the remote and dramatic archipelago of St Kilda. There are literally hundreds of islands to visit: Skye, Mull, Coll, Tiree, Iona, Colonsay are just a few other examples.

The wildlife is abundant and fascinating: whilst birds like guillemots, puffins and razorbills are common, you may be fortunate enough to spot the very large and impressive sea eagle which has a wingspan of up to 8 feet (245cm)! Whales, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks are regularly seen in the area.

Mike is a Royal Yachting Association instructor, and has regularly skippered sailing boats ranging in length from 27 feet to 46 feet in these waters. If you require a skipper, guide and friend to make your voyage more relaxed, and introduce to those special places where most do not reach....

Mike skippering yacht, West Coast Lock on Caledonian Canal Tobermoray Bay, Mull Peaceful anchorage at sunset Beating towards Sound of Islay