The East and West Coasts of Scotland are very different but from the famous Forth Rail Bridge and Edinburgh’s Skyline on the East to the dramatic mountains and islands on the West, both offer a fantastic backdrop to a great sailing experience.
Let us help you explore.
Ports & Anchorages
We travel to various harbours and anchorages throughout the season but these are our favourites.
In addition to the many cargo ships and tankers that travel up and down the river, we receive over 20 visits a year from some of the largest cruise ships in the World. Keep an eye on our schedule as these dates book up fast.
The historical Forth Road and Rail Bridges feature in most of our cruises, however there are many other historical and interesting structures in or around the river.
The Forth is home to many species of wildlife including a large seal colony, porpoises, the occasional whale and a very large number of sea birds. The largest single rock Gannet colony in the world can be found on the Bass Rock and the Isle of May is home to the largest colony of puffins in the North Sea.
You must be logged in to post a comment.