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Sailing the Firth of Clyde, Scotland

  • Vessel: Maybe
  • Where: Firth of Clyde, Scotland
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Embark: Greenock - 11 May 2024, 14:00
  • Disembark: Greenock - 16 May 2024, 10:00
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Board type:Full Board
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
Price:£1,335.00 per person
Ticket type: Twin Cabin (single occupancy)
Price:£2,000.00 per person

Discover the sheltered waters in Firth of Clyde and explore the Southern Hebrides under sail with classic boat Maybe.

Join a classic tall ship Maybe on the West Coast of Scotland to explore the Isle of Arran, Isle of Bute and the idyllic lochs in the Firth of Clyde located in the Southern Hebrides.

This part of the Hebrides has some beautiful panoramic landscapes with rolling green hills, picturesque lochs and wonderful wildlife-watching opportunities. The Firth of Clyde is said to be home to some of the prettiest sailing grounds in Scotland with plenty of anchorages that give easy access to exploring ashore. This voyage is perfect for a traditional tall ship sailing experience in some more sheltered waters and for those who want to explore the ancient heritage of the Isle of Arran.

  • Fully crewed tall ship
  • Island hopping & exploration
  • Wildlife watching
  • Great for couples or solo travellers
  • Private cabins
  • Suitable for beginners

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