Seadogs boat trips operate from the pontoons by the old slipway at Kyle. This is where the famous Skye Ferry ran before the bridge was opened in October 1994. From this point on Lochalsh we can go North or South to explore the sea around the Isle of Skye.
The famous Eilean Donan Castle is at the head of the Loch. If you want to see the castle from a unique perspective, then come with us. The castle from the sea is a view that few people get.
Trips to other islands and harbours such as the Isla of Rhum, Raasay or the beautiful harbour on Rhona. Maybe you'd like to see the famous villages of Applecross or Plockton.
It would be unusual to take a trip and not see some of the local wildlife that include seals, dolphins and sea eagles.
If you have read the book ‘Ring of Brightwater’, you may enjoy a trip to see the place where it all took place. On the way there we go through the KyleRhea, where the sea races through the narrow gap, a spectacular experience if the tides right! On the way through we will pass the only manually operated turntable ferry in Scotland - the Glenachulish.
Fishing rods are onboard if you fancy seeing if there's anything about, fish are returning as more areas are protected from commercial fishing. You can take your catch home or just release it back to the lochs.
The views of the mountains and shoreline from the boat is spectacular. As we cruise down Loch Alsh and into Loch Duich, or Loch Hourn. More and more amazing views appear as we round the next corner, bring a camera and take some memories home.
Picnic meals are available from our local deli. Beautiful seafood rolls, freshly made for you. We can go to a remote cove, drop anchor and admire the view whilst enjoying your picnic.
If you’re coming from Inverness, why not take the train? The journey is an amazing trip through the mountains and along the coast before arriving at Kyle where the train stops at the station on the pier. From here it is a 5 minute walk to join me on the pontoons where your next adventure starts. After your trip, get the train back to inverness in time for supper!