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We head around Mull for another adventure. In Scotland, like with all sailing, the weather will dictate the order of the week. Over the course of the voyage, we expect to visit some very interesting anchorages such as Puilladobhrain (pool of the otter) on the Isle of Seil, Tinkers’ Hole on the Ross of Mull, Iona and Staffa, Ulva and the Treshnish Isles, to name but a few. We may also take in a stop at the colourful town of Tobermory ( also the set of Balamory, a particular highlight for those of you with young Children) perhaps with a tour of the distillery (not featured in the hi Children’s show), before a night’s stop in Lochaline.
Trip Start: 10 April
Trip End: 14 April Book now
43ft European production yacht with sharing cabins
Shared cabin (double or Pullman style bunk). The yacht is equipped with all the mod-cons you’d expect on a modern premium production yacht, including full galley, spacious saloon and 2 heads.
If you require single occupancy of a cabin, the full cabin rate will apply minus a 15% discount. owever, if you do not require single occupancy but we cannot fill the space, you will not be charged any extra (you will not be asked to share a cabin with a member of the opposite sex).
Deposit and cancellation:
£50 non-refundable deposit on booking, balance in full 6 weeks before embarking. See deposit and cancellations policy
- All meals and drinks on board (except drinks and snacks from the bar)
- All bedding
- Heavy-duty wet weather gear and boots
- Lifejacket with harness and lifeline
- Visits to restaurants, museums, galleries etc during the trip.
- Drinks and snacks from the bar.
- Travel to and from the vessel.
- Open to beginner sailors.
GETTING THERE (AND BACK)
The Oban Town Centre pontoons are a short walk from Oban Train Station
Back to Oban
Head around Mull, visiting some very interesting anchorages such as Puilladobhrain (pool of the otter) on the Isle of Seil, Tinkers’ Hole on the Ross of Mull, Iona and Staffa, Ulva and the Treshnish Isles, to name but a few. We may also take in a stop at the colourful town of Tobermory perhaps with a tour of the distillery, before a night’s stop in Lochaline.
Trainers/ deck shoes (no black soled shoes please – they mark the deck)
Waterproof sailing kit (two sets are recommended. Heavy gear for on-board and lighter kit for trips ashore)
Sailing gloves – 2 sets
Hot water bottle
Clothes for on-board and on shore
A small backpack for trips on-shore (30-40 litres)
A water bottle
Thermals, two sets
Thick socks, two sets
Sun glasses (polarized)
Sun cream – SPF50+
Small quick dry towel
USB cord to charge your phone
Warm sleeping bag
Printed out Insurance details
Any medication you require
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