Hebridean Sea Tours

3 Caolis, Vatersay, Isle Of Barra, Outer Hebrides, HS9 5YL

Type:Boat Trips

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Welcome to Hebridean Sea Tours. We offer a range of trips designed to satisfy your needs, from gentle sightseeing to supporting more adventurous pursuits. Whether you are seeking the history of abandoned villages, the rarest of our sea birds or the drama of our rocky shores, we can tailor any trip to suit your needs.

Between 50 and 100 miles off the coast, nestled along the edge of the North Atlantic Ocean the Outer Hebrides and St Kilda Archipelago offer unique opportunities to witness wildlife, giant sea cliffs, remote beaches and to step into our cultural history.

Hebridean Sea Tours operates two boats from our base in the Isle of Barra (often referred to as the Jewel of the Hebrides) with departure points in Castlebay, Ardmhor and Eriskay. Each of our boats has been specifically selected to deliver the features of our particular tours, however our underlying goal is to ensure your safety and maximise your comfort.

The safety equipment provided on each boat meets the designated maritime standards required for passenger services. They each carry a life raft, floatation aids, VHF Radio, GPS Satellite Navigation and Emergency Location Beacons.

In addition to the equipment fitted to the boat we will provide all passengers with a suitable life jacket.

We never compromise on safety. All our crew are qualified for the services we provide and fully trained on our boats and equipment. Before commencing any tour, we will review the weather and sea conditions for the duration of the trip and ensure the goals of the trip can be achieved. All passengers will be briefed before we leave.

Now sit back and enjoy the views.

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    Recent Reviews:

    • matandlouisa
      Edinburgh, United Kingdom
      Trip Type:
      Must do on Barra
      5 of 5 stars
      17th July 2021
      Absolute must do on Barra. Angus has such an eye for the wildlife and expertly took us to the best spots to see golden and sea eagles, sea otters and seals. Honestly never been on such a long trip... Read full review
    • seonab2013
      Bonnybridge, United Kingdom
      Wonderful day
      5 of 5 stars
      23rd July 2021
      After trying 5 years ago but being beaten by the weather, finally made it to St Kilda. The trip is long but worth it, amazing place. The crew were very friendly and knowledgeable. Would definitely... Read full review
    • ockle
      Glasgow Scotland
      Trip Type:
      Friends getaway
      July 2021 day trip to St Kilda
      5 of 5 stars
      27th July 2021
      Excellent trip, comfortable boat, informative friendly helpful crew. 4 hours on St Kilda a memorable experience. Highly recommend. Read full review


    • Other AwardsGold Listing Gold Listing 2013
    • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

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