Tuesday 24th to Tuesday 31st May 2022.

Imbued with the mystery and magic of the unknown, the Inner Hebrides form a unique tapestry of landscapes off Scotland’s west coast.

Tuesday 24th May.

When embarkation was complete, we departed from Oban on passage towards our overnight anchorage in Bloody Bay off the Isle of Mull.

Wednesday 25th May.

Our first port of call was the tiny Isle of Ulva where guests spent the morning exploring on foot.

We spent the afternoon cruising on passage towards our overnight anchorage at Java Point off the Isle of Mull.

Thursday 26th May.

Today we landed at Craignure, Isle of Mull, for a morning visit to Duart Castle.

During lunch we sailed to Tobermory, Isle of Mull, for an afternoon exploring the town. We remained at anchor overnight in Tobermory Bay.

Friday 27th May.

After a morning sail round the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and past the Small Isles on passage, we arrived in Loch Nevis to enjoy afternoon walks ashore at Inverie and refreshments at The Old Forge Inn.

We anchored overnight off Armadale, Isle of Skye.

Saturday 28th May.

A morning sail of Kyle Rhea and under the Skye Bridge brought us to Loch Carron for afternoon walks at the pretty conservation village of Plockton.

We anchored in Loch na Dal off Skye overnight.

Sunday 29th May.

Morning walks on the Isle of Rum allowed guests to stretch their legs and explore this nature reserve.

Guests spent the afternoon relaxing on board as we cruised round the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and into the Sound of Mull on passage towards our overnight anchorage in Oban Bay.

Monday 30th May.

This morning the Isle of Kerrera played host to walks on the island, ahead of our final visit to Loch a’ Choire to discover the 14,000 acre Kingairloch Estate.

The Farewell Gala Dinner was held at anchor in Charlotte Bay off the Isle of Kerrera.

Tuesday 31st May.

Disembarkation took place after breakfast in Oban.