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Tall Ship Sailing in the Outer Hebrides, Shiants & St Kilda

  • Vessel: Blue Clipper
  • Where: Oban, Scotland
  • Duration: 10 days
  • Embark: Oban - 1 June 2022, 14:00
  • Disembark: Oban - 10 June 2022, 10:00

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Sail to the Outer Hebrides, Shiant Islands and remote UNESCO world heritage site of St Kilda on tall ship Blue Clipper.

Your adventure sailing holiday on tall ship Blue Clipper begins in the Scottish port town of Oban. Sitting on the West Coast of Scotland, Oban is the perfect joining location to discover the breath-taking world of the Outer Hebrides, the Shiant islands and remote St Kilda.

Shrouded in myth and legend, the once inhabited UNESCO world heritage site of St Kilda can only be accessed by boat and what better way to arrive on than on a three masted tall ship. Last inhabited by humans in 1930, St Kilda is now only home to over a million nesting seabirds – Europes largest recorded colony. It is also the UK’s only world heritage site listed for both its unique cultural and natural heritage, a status also shared with Machu Picchu! This sailing adventure is perfect for those looking to spend more time under sail, discover hard to reach, remote locations and get to grips with sailing a traditional tall ship.

  • Fully crewed tall ship
  • Remote island exploration
  • Longer passages at sea
  • Wildlife watching
  • Great for couples or solo travellers
  • En-suite Cabins
  • UNESCO world heritage

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