Depart direct from Skye
Fast, comfortable boat
St Kilda - The UK's only UNESCO Dual World Heritage Site and National National Nature Reserve. Home to north west Europe's largest seabird colony including the UK's largest colony of Atlantic puffin, northern Fulmar and one of the World's largest Gannetaries.
I can honestly say it was one of my most memorable days ever - CQ
Go to St Kilda
We depart from Uig, accessed via the toll free Skye road bridge.
Each trip is accompanied by an experienced guide to bring the story of St Kilda to life
Up to 12 passengers, enclosed cabin, toilet, open rear viewing deck.
Go for the day, camp overnight or let us put together a custom trip for you.
This was the best birthday present ever! The Archipelago of St Kilda was simply stunning, especially on a perfect sunny day... the light was incredible. The visit was a long held ambition of ours and we were not disappointed. We had an excellent tour guide in Nicola who was knowledgebable and humourous. It is impossible to describe StKilda in any way to do it justice. Our advice would be go and see for yourself! You won't be disappointed, especially if you go with Go to St Kilda with Derek and Nicola on the Integrity! They certainly go the extra mile and we were totally impressed when we were served tea and cake before the journey home! We were taken round the other islands and the stacs which were incredible and home to many thousands of sea birds. The journey back to Uig was wonderful as we sat on deck and watched till we could no longer see StKilda. The late afternoon light shining on the water and on the islands was simply one of the most beautiful sights we have seen and will stay with us forever. Just as we were getting a bit tired out comes Nicola with bars of chocolate for us! We sailed into Uig tired but extremely happy....hyper actually!! As if the day wasn't perfect enough, Derek then gave each of us a cake of homemade tablet! Perfect end to a perfect day! Thank you Derek and Nicola for making this one of the best days ever and you made Bill's70th birthday one he won't forget!
Rough seas today but hoping to get out to St Kilda tomorrow for some of these spectacular views!