Exploring the outer Hebrides and Barra on comfortable motor cruiser Fleur de Lys.
Join Fleur de Lys in the Scottish harbour town of Mallaig for five nights exploration of the Western Isles. This small ship cruise in the Hebrides is the perfect way to venture out to sea and explore the islands of Barra, Uist, Lewis and Harris.
Life in the Hebrides
Fleur de Lys will show you the beauty of the islands from the water but you will also have the chance to explore ashore on foot. Relax in sheltered anchorages and watch picturesque sunsets, and if we are blessed with dark skies, the stargazing from the deck is breathtaking. With little pollution, sailing in the Outer Hebrides has some of the best opportunities for star gazing in the country.
A holiday on the water in the Outer Hebrides with Fleur de Lys requires no previous sailing experience so you can sit back and enjoy the views.
There are frequent encounters with Common, Bottlenose & Whitebeak dolphins onboard these trips, and Risso & White-sided dolphins are also occasionally sighted. Basking sharks have been scarce the last few years but are still seen and seem to be returning – and we know the hot spots! There are plenty of whales in this part of the world too. Our most common encounters are with Minke – Humpbacks are a less frequent visitor, while the real star of the show is the resident pod of Orca if you’re lucky enough to see them gliding through the water. So keep your eyes peeled and have your binoculars at the ready!
Wherever you explore with Fleur de Lys, be sure that the views will be breathtaking and the wildlife in abundance, so have your eyes peeled and your binoculars at the ready for a wonderful trip. All meals are freshly prepared and cooked on board, and with private cabins and comfy social spaces, this is an adventure not to be missed!
All Fleur de Lys’ voyage are all inclusive and include all bedding and towels.
|Voyage||Set Sail||Days||Cost p/p|
|Cruising the Outer Hebrides; Barra & Uist Isles||11 June 2022||6||£1,500||Enquire now|
|Cruising & Wildlife watching in the Outer Hebrides||25 June 2022||6||£1,500||Enquire now|
|Cruise the Outer Hebrides; Barra & Uist||23 July 2022||6||£1,500||Enquire now|
|Wildlife Cruising in the Outer Hebrides; Barra||27 August 2022||6||£1,500||Enquire now|
Fleur de Lys
Guest berths: 8 Rig: Motorboat
Fleur de Lys is a modern, comfortable and well considered motor-cruiser perfect for exploring the west coast of Scotland by water. No sails means she isn’t as dependent on the weather and can reach those harder to get to locations off the beaten track a little quicker too.
Her size and shape makes her a comfortable boat to motor through the water and also gives generous spaces for guests to relax aboard. Her spacious saloon and separate galley sits at deck level while downstairs offers sleeping accommodation for crew and guests.
Below decks, Fleur de Lys has been recently fitted out to a high standard with two twin ensuite cabins and one luxury master double ensuite cabin. All bedding and towels are provided.
Hebridean cruise holidays on Fleur de Lys are the best way to exploring the West coast of Scotland. Perfect for solo travellers, couples or families looking for private charters.
Are all meals included?
Yes - all meals are included in the price (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Hot Drinks) Please note that alcohol/soft drinks are not included. There is an honesty bar onboard.
Are there any added extra's?
No, unless you go ashore. Excursions are not included.
Can you cater for dietary needs?
Yes, please ask at the time of booking.
What language is spoken onboard?
What are the sleeping arrangements?
2x twin ensuite cabins, 1x master double ensuite cabin
How many toilet/showers does she have?
3. Each cabin has its own ensuite
Are bedding and towels provided?
Yes but please bring an extra towel if you wish to swim in the sea.
Is there WIFI?
No, but you should easily be able to reach 3G/4G from the shore.
Can I charge my phone/Camera?
Are there life jackets provided?
Are Waterproofs provided?
Do I need sailing experience?
No, absolutely not! Just a lust for adventure.
Will I be sea sick?
Everyone reacts differently but we recommend if you are at all worried to take some medication 24 hours before departure.