Enjoy some spectacular cruising in the UK’s most scenic sailing waters, starting and finishing at Mallaig. There’s plenty of time to sail and explore the dramatic scenery of Scotland’s west coast and to discover its many remote island destinations. The route will be made in conjunction with your preferences and the weather forecasts.
Every year Cumbrae sail both yachts round the Mull of Kintyre to explore the west coast. Even if you have been on one of these cruises it is very unlikely you will revisit past anchorages and harbours as there is just so many amazing places to explore. Our instructor will discuss with the crew particular places of interest and combine this with tide and weather influences to give you the best possible experience. You will be requested to bring all own sleeping kit and clothing apart from waterproofs and lifejacket which we provide. A camera is also a fairly essential piece of equipment as you are sure to see some breathtaking scenery.
Price shown include accommodation onboard, food, fuel, berthing fees, waterproofs, equipment and instruction.Equipment and Kit Information
The cruising activities are enjoyed onboard one of our 2 yachts. The Centre currently has a 37ft Salona named Somerled and a 38ft Salona named Santa Vey. Both yachts are perfectly suited to the waters around the Clyde and the west coast of Scotland. They provide up to 5 berths for clients and all courses and cruises are led by one of our experienced instructors.
Food is provided throughout the cruise. If required, waterproof sets and lifejackets are on-board each yacht. All other clothing is the responsibility of the sailor and we recommend bringing warm comfortable clothing which is easy to layer, a warm hat, gloves, suitable footwear, towel and toiletries and of course suntan lotion.×
Meeting point at Mallaig Yachting Marina PH41 4QB @ 1400hrs. Course will finish on last day also at Mallaig Yachting Marina ' approx. 1400hrs.
Enjoy some spectacular cruising in the UK’s most scenic sailing waters, starting and finishing at Mallaig. There’s plenty of time to sail and explore the dramatic scenery of Scotland’s west coast and to discover its many remote island destinations.
Food provisions for the duration are on-board, you are free to bring extras that you may wish. Eating ashore is sometimes an option but is an additional personal expense and not always on offer due to location.×