Scotland is a destination that promises a truly extraordinary experience for travellers aboard a sailboat. From the bustling maritime city of Aberdeen to the picturesque fishing villages of Oban and Tobermory, you can experience the warmth of Scottish hospitality and indulge in fresh seafood delicacies along your journey.
Navigating the crystal-clear lochs, such as Loch Lomond or Loch Fyne, allows you to soak in the tranquillity and marvel at the breathtaking landscapes of this nation. While, exploring the dramatic Western Isles, including the Isle of Skye, the Inner Hebrides, and the Orkney Islands, unveils a world of secluded anchorages, hidden coves, and picturesque harbours that can only be reached by boat.
Scotland’s renowned whisky distilleries invite you to savour the flavours of the nation’s beloved drink, while its traditional music and dance immerse you in a vibrant cultural heritage.
Ancient castles are often perched on the coastline, offering a magnificent backdrop to your Scotland holidays. As you sail past mediaeval fortresses like Dunnottar Castle or explore the ruins of Eilean Donan Castle, you can immerse yourself in the country’s fascinating past – resulting in a trip you won’t forget.
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What is Kraken?
Kraken Travel is a curation of hand-picked sailing adventures from trusted independent sailing operators. Each operator lists their unique ocean-going adventure for you to browse and book online – from your smart phone, tablet or desktop.
Are Kraken sailing trips suitable for solo travellers?
Generally, YES! Solo travellers may travel alone, but on arrival they become part of the crew. If a trip isn’t suitable for solo travellers you’ll find we will say so on the trip’s listing page.
Do I need specialist sailing insurance?
Generally yes, but we recommend checking with your current travel insurer. We can also direct you to appropriate insurers who will be able to provide the right cover. Contact us for our recommendations.