WIN a 5 Night Hebrides Cruise
*** COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED ***
Sail Scotland with St Hilda Sea Adventures on an unforgettable adventure amongst breathtakingly beautiful islands, sea lochs and mountains of the Inner and Outer Hebrides.
St Hilda provide small ship cruising and wildlife holidays on the beautiful West Coast of Scotland. Anchoring in the most sheltered, idyllic, safe havens where passengers can visit world famous malt whisky distilleries and remote Scottish islands such as St Kilda, Mull, Skye, Jura, Islay, Staffa and Iona. The magical Scottish seas are full of wildlife both above and below the waves. You can fish, swim, dive, set lobster pots and sail the sea and its lochs and marvel at the dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, otters, sea eagles, myriads of sea birds and the occasional whale. Each day is as action packed or as relaxing as you please.
A cruising holiday on board St Hilda’s Sea Adventure's small ships, St Hilda and Seahorse II, is fun and informal. The roomy deck saloons are where everyone dines and socialises, and the outdoor decks are perfect for spotting wildlife, relaxing and eating al fresco and, throughout the cruise, you will have the services of your own skipper and cook. There is plenty of room on the decks to carry canoes, windsurfers or cycles. The small ships’ tenders can also take you ashore for some wonderful, serious coastal and cliff walks or you could just wander along the shore beachcombing and examining the pretty seaside rock pools.
St Hilda Sea Adventures has teamed up with Sail Scotland to offer two lucky winners the chance to join a five night cruise aboard ex-tallship St Hilda in 2019.
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St Hilda's two small cruise ships are St Hilda and Seahorse II. St Hilda is a traditional, wooden 54ft ketch. She is an ex-tall ship and sail training vessel and on St Hilda, youngsters and adults love to help work the sails.
Seahorse II (82 feet long) was built to the highest standard for the Norwegian fjords and life in the high northern latitudes and is powerful enough to cruise the many spectacular islands, stacks and lochs of Scotland’s West Coast yet small enough to anchor in remote and hauntingly beautiful places that larger passenger ships are unable to visit. On the spacious aft deck, we have a powerful little crane for launching tenders and sea kayaks. Seahorse II is a sturdy, go-anywhere, yet comfortable adventurer and follows the same itineraries as St Hilda but, on request, can be chartered for longer and even more adventurous passages.