We think the West Coast of Scotland has the best and most varied sailing water in the world. The cruising grounds stretch from the Mull of Kintyre in the south to Cape Wrath in the north-east and St Kilda in the north west – this area is about 200nm north to south (about the distance from Dover to Plymouth).
The waters vary from the relatively sheltered passages around Oban and the Inner Hebrides to very remote and challenging areas like St Kilda and parts of the Outer Hebrides. The inner Hebrides gets the reward is fantastic scenery, anchorages to yourself.
With spectacular scenery, the freshest seafood in the world and never being more than a stone’s throw from another distillery, this is one of the finest sailing destinations in the world. Argyll, Islay, Jura, Iona, Ulva and Tiree being some highlights.