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 Stein, Waternish; 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.
Having looked forward to this trip for months, we worried that it might be cancelled because of weather. We were lucky that we threaded a needle during a break in unfavourable conditions. Can't say enough good things about the professionalism and warm engagement of Derek and Nicola. And St. Kilda itself - an extraordinary cluster of islands and sea stacks, significantly rich in history and archeology, stunning bird habitat and a truly jaw dropping bird population. (Might have been jaw dropping literally as well as metaphorically if the Skua that dive bombed me had been an inch closer.) it was everything we had hoped for and more. We will remember the experience, including the very real sense of being way out in the open Atlantic, for a long long time. Derek asked me why we chose the trip. I answered quickly that it is because we like wild places. That was only half the answer. The other half is that we like places on the edge. Hirta, and the community on Village Bay, was never wild since people started to live there, but it is on the edge and thrived on the wildness on the stacks and offshore islands in the archipelago. An intense and wonderful day with not only lots of vivid memories but lots to think about.
Looking forward to another week of beautiful weather on the islands, shine on, shine on!
Finally, the wind is dropping and we can get back to the open water! We are so delighted we’ve
St Kilda’s history is kept alive by the guests we are lucky enough to take out and visit the small