Knoydart Ferry Boat Charter

You can charter one of our boats for sea angling, wildlife watching, or just for fun! Here are a few ideas:

  • A cruise around the Small Isles of of Rum, Muck, Eigg and Canna, with a visit to Kinloch Castle on Rum;
  • Excursions to Skye, with stunning views of the Cuillins, including the Talisker distillery by special arrangement;
  • Sail up the coast to visit Eilean Donan Castle;
  • Explore beautiful Kinloch Hourn - wild, remote, and inaccessible by road;
  • Sea angling, including mackerel fishing in summer;
  • Whale and dolphin-watching - we have regular sightings of many marine mammals;
  • Birdwatching - many of Scotland’s sought-after species can be seen around our coastline;
  • Photography - spectacular seascapes, breathtaking mountain scenery and ever-changing light.

Whatever your interest - we’ll take you there!

Eiders on Loch Nibheis, Knoydart
A serene group of Eiders on Knoydart

Maybe you’re a member of a natural history society, looking for an unforgettable group excursion... or perhaps you want to visit the ancient homelands of your ancestors and trace your Highland roots. Tell us your specific interests and we will offer you some helpful advice on planning your trip.

If you’re staying on Knoydart for a family holiday, you might not want to spend every day walking. We offer an exciting alternative, taking you to remote and beautiful places in the comfort of our own boat. But if you’re travelling alone, Knoydart will offer you all the solitude - or friendly hospitality - that you’re looking for. There are very few places in the UK where you can reliably expect to have the whole beach to yourself!

Common dolphin
A young dolphin leaping
Snow ledges
Snow ledges, Knoydart

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Sunset over the Sandaig Harbour on Knoydart

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