This is entirely up to you. You can take advantage of trips ashore or stay onboard and relax. Trips ashore tend to be to small communities, local attractions or for walks and are self-guided.

To take one of our cruises, you would have to be able to step in and out of the boat tender and climb three fixed steps to the vessel, with the aid of crew members. Onboard there are stairs leading to the upper decks and cabins. There are also opportunities to go ashore every day and these would require a level of walking agility to enjoy. If unsure, please get in touch, we are happy to advise.

Craobh Haven Marina is located approximately 2 hours from Glasgow. We can provide transport to and from both Glasgow and Edinburgh Airport upon request. For those using Sat-Nav please use the post code PA31 8UA

We do not charge for fuel, alcohol or food whilst you are on board Dignity. Any special requests that you have for your cruise such as premium alcohol will be discussed at the time of booking. We have a "help yourself" attitude towards all consumables on board! Drone photography of your trip is also available subject to weather conditions.

Our Marlow Explorer 57E was built to an ISO Class A Ocean standard: Category A covers largely self-sufficient boats designed for extended voyages with winds of over Beaufort Force 8 (over 40 knots), and significant wave heights above 13 feet, but excluding abnormal conditions such as hurricanes. We won't ever venture out in such conditions, but it's good to know that the yacht was built to handle such weather! 

Unfortunately we cannot guarantee sunshine and blue skies, our skipper Iain will however assess the weather conditions and outlook to tailor a suitable itinerary. Remember, there is no such thing as bad weather in Scotland - only the wrong clothing!

Thankfully, there are always lots of attractions which can be reached without leaving relative shelter, so the weather shouldn't overly impact your trip.