Isle of Mull and west coast of Scotland cruise

7 day cruise on board a beautifully restored traditional wooden fishing vessel, sauntering around the Isle of Mull, the Treshnish Isles and the Isle of Iona. Starting from Oban.
Oban Isle of Mull Duart Bay and Duart Castle Tobermorey Calgary bay Treshnish Isles Isle of Iona Fingalís cave
Price
£2400To£3200 excluding flights
Duration
7 Days
Ship size
1-12
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Price includes ensuite cabin, all meals and snacks, wine with dinner and the services of four crew.
There are 3, 6 or 7 double cabins on each vessel, either twin or double.
2 cabins are reserved for single travelers at no supplement, not Glen Rosa.
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Description of Isle of Mull and west coast of Scotland cruise

Price information

£2400To£3200 excluding flights
Price includes ensuite cabin, all meals and snacks, wine with dinner and the services of four crew.
There are 3, 6 or 7 double cabins on each vessel, either twin or double.
2 cabins are reserved for single travelers at no supplement, not Glen Rosa.
Make enquiry

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Vacation information

Our top tip:
Don't forget your binoculars. And expandable waist bands. The food is superb.
Trip type:
Small group, max. 11 passengers.
Solos:
Solo travelers welcome. Two double cabins are reserved for single travelers at no supplement on every cruise.
Accomm:
Ensuite cabins.
Included:
Ensuite cabin, all meals and snacks, wine with dinner, crew.

Reviews

8 Reviews of Isle of Mull and west coast of Scotland cruise

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Reviewed on 29 Sep 2023 by

This has to be a 5 star vacation, even though we didnít get onto Iona or into Fingalís Cave on Staffa. It was just so lovely to be Ďspoiltí by all the crew and not have to think about a thing for 6 days! A really memorable experience on so many levels. Read full review

Reviewed on 08 Jul 2023 by

Fantastic. We had a brilliant time and laughed the whole week. The crews attitude and attentiveness was the icing on the cake. Read full review

Reviewed on 28 Oct 2022 by

The chef, he was fantastic, preparing such quality food in such a small area, he was brilliant. Read full review

Reviewed on 05 Oct 2021 by

Glen Massan crew were AMAZING Read full review

Reviewed on 10 Sep 2021 by

A wonderful privileged memory Read full review

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2018 by

Absolutely fabulous. The crew went the extra mile...and much more...to ensure that we had a wonderful vacation, despite poor weather. The food was amazingly good and the other passengers were excellent companions. Read full review

Reviewed on 26 May 2017 by

If the weather had been good I would have given it 5 stars Read full review

Reviewed on 09 Sep 2014 by

The whole of our vacation was wonderful. The crew were all great, friendly and so helpful. The food was delicious every meal, and plentiful too! The cruise was the best way to see some of Scotlandís beautiful scenery and wildlife. Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

We are committed to a sustainable future and work hard to reduce our impact on the planet. We love the west coast of Scotland, its seas, and its coast and this is carried across all of our operations. Our staff and crew are committed to environmental sustainability. Our crew are WiSe scheme trained in responsible wildlife watching and know how to interact with marine mammals in a safe and responsible way. We have appointed a Sustainable Tourism Advocate who constantly monitors our policies and actions on sustainable tourism and investigates ways to minimise our impact.

We are corporate partners of Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust (HWDT) and help with the conservation of marine mammals by logging marine sightings on their Whale Track app. We work with Nature Scotland by providing a complimentary half-day tour for guests on our Around Mull: Wildlife Explorer cruise and also with HWDT by offering a half-day educational trip for guests to learn about marine life in Scottish waters.

Our first two vessels were lovingly converted from decommissioned fishing trawlers, giving them a new life, cruising the pristine waters of the west coast of Scotland. Sustainable and recycled materials were used in the conversions and even now if repairs are required we take pleasure in finding materials that can be re-used. While on board everything is recycled and carefully disposed of when on shore.

Local produce features very highly in our menus, thus reducing food miles and packaging Ė we often pick up supplies direct from the farm or boat Ė no packaging required! We are committed to sourcing local food and drink producers across all five boats. We ensure our fish and seafood come from sustainably managed stock or direct from fishing boats. We encourage our guests to fish and drop lobster creels from the boat, mackerel, langoustines, squat lobsters and crab are almost guaranteed but we do get the occasional lobster that guests will find on their plate at the next meal.

All dietary requirements are catered for including vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian and all guests have the opportunity to highlight any special diets or requirements prior to boarding.

People

We have developed a Responsible Visitor Charter that includes measures for our guests to help them reduce their impact on the environment when traveling and cruising with us. These include considering public transport, reducing, reusing and recycling where possible, using water wisely, and respecting the local area and nature. We promote low-carbon activities such as walking while onshore.

We recommend and promote local attractions, distilleries, activities, and destinations as much as possible to help local communities. We ask our guests to shop local, support the local culture and heritage, visit local crafts, and spend time ashore visiting local communities.

We use local, sustainable, seasonal food and drink produce as much as possible and promote these suppliers in our menus, often taking guests to these establishments while on our cruises.

Our two purpose-built steel-hulled vessels were built at Ardmaleish Boat Building Co on the island of Bute, boosting employment in the area on the two occasions we built there.

We are proud to have been awarded a Gold award in Green Tourism and will continue to assess our impact on the environment across all aspects of our business.

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