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Whisky & Sail

Enjoy the beauty of Scotland and its famous whiskies!

Take a sailing trip along the Scottish west coast and to the Hebrides with the Flying Dutchman. Visit the most famous whisky distilleries and enjoy the rugged beauty of the mountains, the silence of the moors and the amazing views. Come aboard and be enchanted by the beautiful Scotland, a sailing trip you will never forget.

Look for the program of each trip under 'Travel options'.

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01-05-2021 / 08-05-2021

From €995.00

Embark
18:00
Disembark
10:00

Whisky trip Hebrides

What's included:

  • Stay on board in a double cabin (*) with shower and toilet
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Crew on board (captain, mate and cook)
  • Use of Zodiac for landings
  • Half board 
(*) Refers to a stay in a standard double cabin. It is also possible to stay in a larger double cabin. The travel sum is then € 1095,00. The price for a single cabin is € 1475,00.


What's not included:

  • Personal expenses
  • Possible extra entrance fees and drinks
  • Drinks on board
  • Transfer to and from ship
  • Reservation and administration costs


Possible program, depending on weather and wind

Sunday: Oban
At 18.00 hours you can embark in Oban and get to know the other guests, the crew and the ship during the welcome dinner. Oban lies at the foot of the Lorn Mountains. High above the city of Oban is McCraighs Tower, a nineteenth century replica of the Collosseum. Oban is called the pearl of the West Highlands, with its winding streets and picturesque bay full of yachts, ferries and small fishing boats. The ship is close to the famous Oban whisky distillery.

Monday: Mull
After breakfast you will get a guided tour of the Oban whisky distillery with the possibility of tasting and buying. Afterwards the ship goes to Tobermory on the island of Mull, where a visit to the distillery is definitely worthwhile.

Tuesday: Staffa and Iona
The uninhabited island of Staffa is famous for Fingal's cave. This cathedral-like cave is 70 meters long and 20 meters high and can be visited with the Zodiac. Puffins are also found on Staffa.
At the southwest tip of Mull lies the small island of Iona, where thousands of monks, pilgrims, clan heads and kings travel to every year. During the sailing trip from one island to another you may see basking sharks, minke whales and dolphins.

Wednesday and Thursday: Port Ellen (Islay)
Today you sail on to Islay, the whisky island par excellence with no less than nine distilleries. Many of them have their own mooring, so you can visit with the ship Lagavullin, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhan, Bruichladdich, Bowmore and Laphroig.

Friday: Jura
Today you sail to Jura and to the Isle of Jura distillery, where you will get a guided tour. The island of Jura is a paradise of pristine wilderness and natural beauty. You will find more than 5500 deer, more than 100 species of birds, seals and many more species. This is also the place where writer George Orwell wrote '1984'. 

Saturday: Scottish west coast 
You set sail to Oban and sail along the beautiful west coast enjoying the unspoilt Scotland.

Sunday: Oban
After an extensive breakfast it is time to say goodbye to the ship, the crew and the other guests.

Book

19-09-2021 / 26-09-2021

From €995.00

Embark
18:00
Disembark
10:00

Whisky trip Hebrides

What's included:

  • Stay on board in a double cabin (*) with shower and toilet
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Crew on board (captain, mate and cook)
  • Use of Zodiac for landings
  • Half board 
(*) Refers to a stay in a standard double cabin. It is also possible to stay in a larger double cabin. The travel sum is then € 1095,00. The price for a single cabin is € 1475,00.


What's not included:

  • Personal expenses
  • Possible extra entrance fees and drinks
  • Drinks on board
  • Transfer to and from ship
  • Reservation and administration costs


Possible program, depending on weather and wind

Sunday: Oban
At 18.00 hours you can embark in Oban and get to know the other guests, the crew and the ship during the welcome dinner. Oban lies at the foot of the Lorn Mountains. High above the city of Oban is McCraighs Tower, a nineteenth century replica of the Collosseum. Oban is called the pearl of the West Highlands, with its winding streets and picturesque bay full of yachts, ferries and small fishing boats. The ship is close to the famous Oban whisky distillery.

Monday: Mull
After breakfast you will get a guided tour of the Oban whisky distillery with the possibility of tasting and buying. Afterwards the ship goes to Tobermory on the island of Mull, where a visit to the distillery is definitely worthwhile.

Tuesday: Staffa and Iona
The uninhabited island of Staffa is famous for Fingal's cave. This cathedral-like cave is 70 meters long and 20 meters high and can be visited with the Zodiac. Puffins are also found on Staffa.
At the southwest tip of Mull lies the small island of Iona, where thousands of monks, pilgrims, clan heads and kings travel to every year. During the sailing trip from one island to another you may see basking sharks, minke whales and dolphins.

Wednesday and Thursday: Port Ellen (Islay)
Today you sail on to Islay, the whisky island par excellence with no less than nine distilleries. Many of them have their own mooring, so you can visit with the ship Lagavullin, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhan, Bruichladdich, Bowmore and Laphroig.

Friday: Jura
Today you sail to Jura and to the Isle of Jura distillery, where you will get a guided tour. The island of Jura is a paradise of pristine wilderness and natural beauty. You will find more than 5500 deer, more than 100 species of birds, seals and many more species. This is also the place where writer George Orwell wrote '1984'. 

Saturday: Scottish west coast 
You set sail to Oban and sail along the beautiful west coast enjoying the unspoilt Scotland.

Sunday: Oban
After an extensive breakfast it is time to say goodbye to the ship, the crew and the other guests.

Book

03-10-2021 / 10-10-2021

From €995.00

Embark
18:00
Disembark
10:00

Whisky trip Hebrides

What's included:

  • Stay on board in a double cabin (*) with shower and toilet
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Crew on board (captain, mate and cook)
  • Use of Zodiac for landings
  • Half board 
(*) Refers to a stay in a standard double cabin. It is also possible to stay in a larger double cabin. The travel sum is then € 1095,00. The price for a single cabin is € 1475,00.


What's not included:

  • Personal expenses
  • Possible extra entrance fees and drinks
  • Drinks on board
  • Transfer to and from ship
  • Reservation and administration costs


Possible program, depending on weather and wind

Sunday: Oban
At 18.00 hours you can embark in Oban and get to know the other guests, the crew and the ship during the welcome dinner. Oban lies at the foot of the Lorn Mountains. High above the city of Oban is McCraighs Tower, a nineteenth century replica of the Collosseum. Oban is called the pearl of the West Highlands, with its winding streets and picturesque bay full of yachts, ferries and small fishing boats. The ship is close to the famous Oban whisky distillery.

Monday: Mull
After breakfast you will get a guided tour of the Oban whisky distillery with the possibility of tasting and buying. Afterwards the ship goes to Tobermory on the island of Mull, where a visit to the distillery is definitely worthwhile.

Tuesday: Staffa and Iona
The uninhabited island of Staffa is famous for Fingal's cave. This cathedral-like cave is 70 meters long and 20 meters high and can be visited with the Zodiac. Puffins are also found on Staffa.
At the southwest tip of Mull lies the small island of Iona, where thousands of monks, pilgrims, clan heads and kings travel to every year. During the sailing trip from one island to another you may see basking sharks, minke whales and dolphins.

Wednesday and Thursday: Port Ellen (Islay)
Today you sail on to Islay, the whisky island par excellence with no less than nine distilleries. Many of them have their own mooring, so you can visit with the ship Lagavullin, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhan, Bruichladdich, Bowmore and Laphroig.

Friday: Jura
Today you sail to Jura and to the Isle of Jura distillery, where you will get a guided tour. The island of Jura is a paradise of pristine wilderness and natural beauty. You will find more than 5500 deer, more than 100 species of birds, seals and many more species. This is also the place where writer George Orwell wrote '1984'. 

Saturday: Scottish west coast 
You set sail to Oban and sail along the beautiful west coast enjoying the unspoilt Scotland.

Sunday: Oban
After an extensive breakfast it is time to say goodbye to the ship, the crew and the other guests.

Book