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Tall Ship Taster Sailing in Skye & the Small Isles

  • Vessel: Blue Clipper
  • Where: Mallaig, Scotland
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Embark: Mallaig - 1 September 2023, 14:00
  • Disembark: Ullapool - 4 September 2023, 10:00
Board type:All Inclusive
25% deposit payable on bookings made more than 90 days in advance. Full amount payable on all other bookings.
Ticket type: Single berth in Twin Cabin Ensuite
Price:£890.00 per person
Ticket type: Twin Cabin Ensuite (single occupancy)
Price:£1,335.00 per person

Explore the West coast of Scotland, as you sail Skye and the Small Isles with tall ship Blue Clipper.

Join tall ship Blue Clipper in the port town of Mallaig – the perfect starting location for your sailing holiday exploring the Hebrides. Discover the breath-taking West coast of Scotland with a sailing adventure around the Isle of Skye and the Small Isles as you sail north up the coast and finish in the harbour town of Ullapool.

Mallaig is referred to as the “Gateway to the Isles”, a great starting point to discover dramatic highland landscapes rich in natural and historical heritage. As Blue Clipper sets sail from Mallaig, you’ll discover an ever-changing terrain of mountains, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and wonderful wildlife watching. When it comes to heart-achingly beautiful scenery, the Isle of Skye and the archipelago of the Small Isles certainly deliver.

  • Fully crewed tall ship
  • Island hopping & exploration
  • Wildlife watching
  • Great for couples or solo travellers
  • En-suite cabins
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Traditional tall ship sailing experience

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