Unique in many ways
Sailing areas in Scotland cover all levels of facilities and experience. These include the delights and civilisation of the Firth of Clyde, Argyll's attractive coast and lochs, the drama and landscapes of the Isle of Skye, the North West Highlands of Scotland and the Western Isles, the charms of Orkney and Shetland and the excellent facilities available on the East Coast.
Argyll & the Islands
Argyll and the Islands has a larger coastline than that of France, and are regarded by many as one of the finest sailing areas in the world. The plethora of islands ensures that sheltered waters are always available...EXPLORE this region
Scotland's canals provide unrivalled access to sailing and boating, all set against fantastic landscapes and awesome scenery. Discover more about the Caledonian, Crinan, Forth & Clyde...EXPLORE this region
The East Coast of Scotland has much to offer yachtsmen, be they visitors en route to other cruising areas or sailors who keep their boat in one of the increasing number of marinas or harbour...EXPLORE this region
The Firth of Clyde
The Firth of Clyde is one of the largest areas of sheltered deep water in the British Isles, and as a result has been a major centre for recreational boating for well over a century. It is increasingly popular...EXPLORE this region
Orkney & Shetland
Only a day's sail from the mainland, the Orkney and Shetland Isles have excellent facilities, mixed with an abundance of wildlife, history and outstanding...EXPLORE this region
Skye & The Northwest
The coastal waters around Skye, the Outer Hebrides and the North West of Scotland provide a range of cruising grounds with some of the most...EXPLORE this region
Sailing in Scotland is a unique experience, with some of the finest cruising grounds in the world. But it doesn't end there - ashore you'll find tastes, attractions, and experiences to match...