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SAVE €50 - Skye has nearly 500 miles of coastline to explore. This is the way to do it.

Voyage Number Vessel Starting Port Ending Port
T1207-2 Tecla Ullapool, Scotland Ullapool, Scotland
Booking fee Voyage duration Start date and time End date and time
EUR €30.00 6 days
25/04/2017 - 12:00 to 01/05/2017 - 12:00
25/04/2017 - 12:00 to 01/05/2017 - 12:00
Berth Type Availability Price Special Price
16-25 year olds pp Available - Book Now EUR €715.00 n/a
26 years old & over pp Available - Book Now EUR €840.00 EUR €790.00
Voyage Description:

Sailing Expedition around the fabled Isle of Skye

 

Two masted tall ship

  • 6 days island hopping and remote lochs

  • All food included

  • Full accommodation onboard

Skye Expedition

Setting sail from Ullapool Tecla will make an interesting and thorough exploration of Skye which is the one of the biggest Islands of the Hebrides. It has nearly 500 miles of coastline! Enough to explore and not even get to see everything in 6 days.

It is springtime and you could well spot the first Otters coming out of their winter hibernation and frolicking in the kelp.

You may be able to spot Golden Eagles flying high in the air before descending to their nest on a remote cliff.

There are always some seals to be seen lazing on the rocks at low tide.

This voyage will give you a combination of sailing and walking. Exploring villages or historic sites in the morning and then sailing on to the next bay.

Ullapool - Tecla's Favourite Base 

The crew of Tecla were made very welcome by the local community in Ullapool in 2015, so the ship is back in the harbour in 2016 and starting all her Outer Hebrides and St Kilda voyages from here. Even further North than Eda Frandsen's summer base in Mallaig. Ullapool is North of Skye, North of Torridon and level in latitude with the Shiant Islands. 

Well Proven Ocean Sailing Ship

Tecla sailed around the world in 2012-13 with Europa and Oosterschelde. She crossed the South and North Atlantic, Indian Ocean, the wild seas of South Australia, raced in the Tasman Sea and sailed accross the Pacific to round Cape Horn. She is a fast ship that does well in tall ships races. Run by two Dutch families she likes to create unusual sailing programmes and her crews like to explore ashore with as much energy as they sail the ship.

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