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Sail the West of Scotland

in a fast and confortable yacht

Where we sail

From May to September we operate from Tobermory and sail to the islands off the west coast of Scotland. Catch the frequent ferry from Oban to Mull and it’s a 30 minute drive to Tobermory or come as a foot passenger and we will pick you up by minibus and transport you to the boat. During June and July we operate out of the western islands where we can meet you at the Oban to Barra ferry terminal in Castlebay or the Mallaig to South Uist ferry terminal in Loch Boisdale. This allows you to explore the many islands and anchorages in western islands without losing a couple of days crossing the Hebridean Sea. The western islands are also a great departure point for St Kilda allowing extra days to explore the islands. Weekend sails operate out of Oban. Have a look at our availability page which will give an indication of our itinerary. If you fancy something different and a cruise has no bookings give us an email or ring to discuss.

Western Isles/St Kilda

In theory the cruise to the Western isles can start in either Tobermory or Oban. However, if starting close to the mainland then two days can be spent each side of the cruise sailing to the Western Isles.

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Inner Hebridean Cruise

Participate in an enjoyable trip afloat exploring Scotland’s West Highland and Island Shores while learning a range of sailing skills. Visit islands, secluded anchorages and view wild life in its natural environment while making passage in a luxurious ocean going sailing yacht.

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Clyde Cruises

Active sailing week aboard “Aislig Bheag”, a Jeanneau Trinidad 48, is ideal for beginners through to experienced, or those just wanting to get away from it all and enjoy wonderful scenery, good company and good food.

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Weekend Cruises

Arrive in the afternoon at Oban. During the first evening you meet the Skipper and get to know your sailing colleagues. Then it’s time for a safety briefing followed by a demonstration of the yacht’s equipment and, if possible, a short practice sail in sheltered waters.

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About the Aislig Bheag 

“Aislig Bheag” is Gaelic for small dream or vision and is pronounced Aishlick Vaick in a soft lilting highland accent. It is a Jeanneau Trinidad 48′, which for ease of handling, has roller reefing on the foresail and lazyjacks on the mainsail.”Aislig Bheag” is Gaelic for small dream or vision and is pronounced Aishlick Vaick in a soft lilting highland accent. It is a Jeanneau Trinidad 48′, which for ease of handling, has roller reefing on the foresail and lazyjacks on the mainsail.

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Latest news from the Aislig Bheag

Keep up to date with what’s happening with the Aislig Bheag and her crew.

First Sail of the Year

First sail of the year a 60th birthday trip for Stewart.  

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Work Complete

Winter work complete and Aislig Bheag up and running for the season.

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Mull 2017

A weekend sail around the Isle of Mull 2017. Busy putting a new deck in the cockpit as well as new cushions in the saloon thinking about the coming season[…]

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Testimonials

What recent guests have to say about the Aislig Bheag

Great sailing and I enjoyed the places we visited and even the weather.

Gemma

Glasgow

Thanks for a wonderful weekend. Really enjoyed everything Can’t wait to do some more next year.

Ken

Edinburgh

We really had a wonderful time, and much looking forward to another trip, perhaps next year.

Jaboury

London

Contact us

Get in touch using the form below – you can also call or SMS us on +44 (0)789 234 567