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27 August – 5 September 2021 | 10 DAYS |


Sail with Steady at the west coast of Scotland and discover one of the most stunning sailing areas in the world.

During a sailing holiday in the Hebrides, in which we don’t follow a specific route, there is a lot to discover. From cosy harbour places to desolate anchor spots, magnificent long beaches, and rich wildlife. All in all, there is plenty to see or do.

When we sail to the west from Oban through the Sound of Mull, you can change course after Ardnamurchan Point towards the north or the south, or you can continue west to Barra and further.
With a Southward course we follow the majestic coastline of Mull by Treschnish and onwards to Staffa.
A visit to the cave of Findal is a must, but the landing is highly dependent on the swell.

Further down we find the holy island Iona, in which the resonance of Columba proliferates. When we continue, we pass Torrans Rocks and in the south, there is Colonsay. Here we can moor along the pier for the night and when you go onto the island you can taste some amazing ales from the smallest Island brewery in the world.

The northward route brings Steady to the more desolate Hebrides Islands. Rum, by far the biggest island, has a cluster of formidable volcanic peaks. Askival (Ash mountain), the highest peak dominates the landscape, the name comes from the Vikings that once settled here.

If we are lucky and have calm weather, we take you to one of the most amazing anchor spots in the world. Nestled at the bottom of Skye’s Cuillins lays Loch Scavaig, an estuary connects the Loch with the water of Loch Corusk, which beautifully blows in. If you follow the walking path here, it feels like you’ve entered inner earth.
Eigg, which only measures 5 by 3 miles, is by far the most alive, densely populated, and welcoming island of the small isles. From the An Sgurr, 393 meters, you have a stunning sight of Muck and Rhum. Canna is in a lot of aspects the most beautiful of the small isles, with its high basalt-cliffs which house a colony of puffins. Spend some time on the cliff edge while they float by you only a couple of centimetres before they shoot away to catch more eel.

During the anchoring by night, you can surrender yourself to the calmness of the island, knowing there’s little more to do than hiking, bird watching and enjoying the landscape and the hospitality of the island’s population.
Wherever Steady takes you will see that every island offers some good short hikes of about an hour before you leave and head for a new anchor-spot. Generally, the islands don’t have a marina, so we are moored to our own anchor and use the dinghy to visit the island. This journey is highly recommended to those who like hiking, wildlife, and nature’s beauty!

During our travels, our destinations are determined according to the nautical weather report. This way you’ll have the optimal relaxed holiday, and you will see plenty of the beautiful nature.

General Info

This journey description is meant to give you an impression of how the journey could look. Weather conditions are however a big influence in this area. Therefor the travel-plan can get changed.

Maximum number of guests:

There is space for a maximum of 6 guests.

The crew will be either 3 of 4 people

For whom is this journey suitable?

  • You are over 16 years old
  • Are you over 70 years old? Please contact us first.
  • You have a good stamina and mobility
  • Some sailing experience (for the journeys within Scotland sailing experience is not needed)
  • You enjoy night-sailing.

What language is spoken on board?

We are sailing with an international group of people. The crew is Dutch and speaks English and German. The main language on deck will be English when there are multiple nationalities on board.




Based on a shared cabin

€ 800, –

Per person

Board cash (this is used for all meals, diesel, and harbour-fees)

€ 450, –

Per person

Paying the journey-fee

The boarding-price will be paid in 2 terms*:

25%: Two weeks after the reservation

75%: one month before the start of the trip.

*If the reservation is made within 6 weeks prior to departure the boarding price will be charged in 1 term.

The board cash will be paid in 1 term in cash on the 1st day of the journey.


  • Crew of 4
  • Bedsheets and towels
  • All meals snacks and hot beverages
  • Use of eco-friendly shower gel and shampoo
  • Use of a MUSTO BR1 sailing suit (jacket and trousers) size S-XXL
  • Lifejackets
  • All ship- cleaning- and reservation costs, STO guarantee, VAT

Trees are of vital importance to a healthy climate!

We are glad to make Steady Sailing greener. For each guest that books a journey with us we will get a tree planted at the end of the sailing season. For this we will pick a forestry project in the Netherlands.

Not included:

  • Travel to and from the ship.
  • Personal expenses
  • Soda’s and alcoholic drinks on board
  • possible extra tickets and entry fees
  • Travel- and/or cancellation-insurance

This offer is covered by the warranty of STO Garant. You can see the terms and conditions of this warranty-agreement STO Garant’s website (

How do I get to Oban?

There are multiple daily KLM fights from Schiphol to Glasgow and Edinburgh, from there you travel to Oban by bus or train. Elaborate travel info about Scotland you can find here.
This offer is covered by the warranty of STO Garant. You can see the terms and conditions of this warranty-agreement STO Garant’s website (