Craobh Haven Marina

Situated 22 miles south of Oban, Craobh Haven Marina offers excellent facilities and access to our cruising grounds

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    Craobh Haven
  • Sound of Mull
  • Tobermory
  • Coll
  • Tiree
  • Colonsay
  • Corrywreckan
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    Craobh Haven

Day One

10am - Guests will be met on board with a champagne reception and canapés. After luggage is placed in the cabins, the full safety briefing and familiarisation will take place.

12pm – After re-checking the departure checklist and stores requirements the boat will depart bound for Tobermory via the Sound of Mull. This will be approximately 35 miles of sailing taking around 5 hours depending on the weather and tide.

Between 12pm and 5:30pm - guests will enjoy wildlife, scenery and regular snacks and drinks service.

6pm – After dropping the anchor in Tobermory harbour, guests will be invited to go ashore to take photographs, visit the local bars and if they have opted to do so they will go for dinner at a local restaurant or dine on board Dignity.

Day Two

8am-9am – Breakfast is served on board Dignity. The option of a full Scottish breakfast will be offered alongside cereals, croissants, toast and others.

The captain may have chosen to pick up the anchor and get under way before the guests have woken, this will be discussed as an option for the customers to take full advantage of the day. Weather allowing, the destination will be Coll to try and see some of the famous basking sharks and other wildlife.

The distance between Tobermory and Coll is approximately 20 miles, which should take around 2.5 hours to reach. Around Coll there will be the opportunity for a shore run if requested, lunch will be served on board Dignity.

12pm – Arrive Coll and drop the anchor.

2pm – Get underway and find some basking sharks before heading for Tiree which is situated a further 15 miles to the southwest. Steaming time will be around 2 hours, aiming to arrive at the anchorage in Tiree for 4pm.

4pm – Drop anchor for the night in Tiree. Guests will be invited to lounge on board with drinks and music whilst the Captain and chef go ashore with all BBQ equipment.

6pm – Guests are brought ashore for a beach BBQ and fire with seating for 6, champagne and choice of food.

9pm – Guests will be taken back to Dignity to enjoy the sunset and drinks.

Day Three

8am-9am – Breakfast is served on board Dignity. The option of a full Scottish breakfast will be offered alongside cereals, croissants, toast and others.

The opportunity for walks on Tiree will be taken or declined with the next destination being Colonsay. The sail from Tiree to Colonsay is around 35 miles and should take approximately 5 hours at cruising speed. Snacks will be available throughout, with a light lunch served at 12:30.

Whilst on passage from Tiree to Colonsay there will be the opportunity for fishing. Any mackerel caught will be an opportunity for a lesson in filleting before being cooked up for the guests!

3pm – Arrive Colonsay and drop the anchor near the boathouse. Guests will enjoy a meal on board or a BBQ on the beach, weather dependent.


Day Four

10am – A long lay on Sunday with breakfast served at 10am.

Depart Colonsay bound for the Corryvreckan to see the famous whirlpools via the Sound of Jura.

4pm – Arrive back at Craobh Haven.