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Sailing in the Outer Hebrides & St Kilda

  • Vessel: Stravaigin
  • Where: Outer Hebrides, Scotland
  • Duration: 10 days
  • Embark: Oban - 21 June 2024, 15:00
  • Disembark: Oban - 30 June 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: Double Cabin (double occupancy)
Price:£1,990.00 per person
Ticket type: Double Cabin (single occupancy)
Price:£2,985.00 per person
Ticket type: Whole Boat Charter (max. 6 guests)
Price:£9,950.00 per person
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Journey with Scottish yacht Stravaigin as she explores the magic of the Outer Hebrides & St Kilda under sail.

Join modern sailing yacht Stravaigin in Oban, Scotland for an adventure sailing holiday exploring the Outer Hebrides and UNESCO world heritage site of St Kilda.

Located off the West coast of Scotland, the Outer Hebrides offer some amazing sailing grounds with remote anchorages, fascinating geological landscapes and wonderful wildlife watching opportunities. This voyage is perfect for those looking to spend longer passages at sea under the guidance of a professional skipper while reaching some amazingly remote and historical locations.

  • Skippered sailing experience
  • Remote island exploration
  • Longer passages at sea
  • Wildlife watching
  • Great for the adventure traveller
  • UNESCO world heritage site



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