St Hilda Sea Adventures
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St Hilda Sea Adventures

St Hilda Sea Adventures
Industry Transport
Founded 2006
  • Michael Marshall
Headquarters Dunbeg, Oban, Argyll, Scotland.
Area served
Products Travel
Services Cruising
Website St Hilda Sea Adventures

St Hilda Sea Adventures is a charter company providing small ship cruising and wildlife holidays on the west coast of Scotland and based in Dunstaffnage Marina, three miles north of Oban. They take their passengers to visit the islands of the Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides.[1]


St Hilda is an ex-tall ship, and is a traditional, beamy, 54 ft wooden (larch on oak) ketch, which was originally built in St Monans in Fife in 1973 as a sail training ship.[2]

The Seahorse II vessel is 82 feet long and a beamy 23 feet and was built to the highest standard for the Norwegian fjords and life in the high northern latitudes, previously used for winter sailing by the British Royal Navy.

Name Crew Passengers Type Built Notes
MV St Hilda 2 6 Cruise ship Glasgow, Scotland
MV Seahorse II 3 8 Cruise ship Norway Entered small cruise ship service in 2018.

See also


  1. ^ McKelvie, Robin (15 July 2017). "Cruising the heavenly Hebrides". The Courier. Retrieved 2018. 
  2. ^ Stroud, Clover (2 August 2013). "Real life: Sailing holidays". National Geographic Traveller, UK. Retrieved 2018. 

External links

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