Cruise Argyll and The Hebrides on the west coast of Scotland
Our cruising area is Argyll and the Islands of the Hebrides on the West Coast of Scotland, one of the most unspoiled and beautiful natural environments in the world, rich in history, culture and wildlife. Click here for a map of our cruising area of the Argyll and the Hebrides. The Argyll coastline is larger than that of France, with many stunningly beautiful sea lochs piercing far inland, providing sheltered cruising waters with the spectacular senery on either side mirrored in the lochs. The Hebrides is a unique visual landscape, made up of hundreds of large and small islands, creating a haven for wildlife - find out more on our page about Natural Scotland. We also have two cruise itineraries which explore inland - to magnificent Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal and fabulous Glencoe.
A selection of cruises
Our two vessels, the Glen Massan and the Glen Tarsan sail from Oban in North Argyll to provide a choice of itineraries to explore this remarkable area of the West Coast of Scotland. Click here to see the full list of cruise itineraries
Remote and idyllic, yet easy to reach
The remote areas that our cruises explore are best accessed from the sea and surprisingly easy to reach. We offer transfers to our Oban departures in North Argyll from Glasgow airport at cost. Alternatively the journey to Oban from central Scotland by car or train is exceptional for scenic beauty.
What a wonderful holiday. Having just returned we have now just booked a second [and third] trip. This was one of our best ever holidays. As a senior couple who have travelled widely this was a fantastic experience, and to a most beautiful part of the World. The boat was extremely comfortable. The crew were very caring and also great fun. As for the food this was unbelievably wonderful. Based on local produce this was absolutely delightful. These are the reasons why we have just now booked again, and for both 2012 & 2013. This is just the best of living aboard.
Professor and Mrs RD Barnes, Malvern, June 2012