Great 2 hour tour; really enjoyable. We were lucky to have good weather so the views were amazing. Sadly we didn’t see any otters but there were plenty of seals basking in the autumnal sunshine.
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Booked 1 hour cruise but were really disappointed. Couldn't see anything apart from the seals. Underwater you can only see jelly fish and that's all. not even any other fishes or anything else. Waste of time and money.
This glass bottomed boat tour afforded an interesting perspective not available with more conventional boat excursions in Scotland. It was like snorkeling without the wetsuits and the cold water. We saw a lot of crabs, jellies and starfish. The ship wreck was a bit disappointing...More
Worth doing although I could not manage the stairs into the bottom of the boat and stayed up top. Probably not good for the disabled. Saw loads of seals close up and scenery fantastic
We went on the hour long trip which included underwater viewing and seals. Don't expect to see loads underwater, but the children were still fascinated. By the pontoon we saw lots of fish and other creatures but after that we only saw a few jellyfish...More
Great chance to see wildlife - above and below the water. Cruised from Kyle of Lochalsh past the Skye bridge and back. We saw seals, jellyfish, crabs and seabirds.
Average 2 hour expensive boat trip . Scenary beautiful, didnt see any other wildlife apart from seals. No safety talk, or where to access life jkts. Would not recommend.
The guide was really informative and humourous and told us a lot about the seals and the surrounding area of Kyleakin and Kyle of Lochalsh. We very much enjoyed the 1h trip, and underwater we saw about a million jellyfish! It was a great view...More
The name helps to catch the attention of the crowd. They provide a boat ride showing sea birds, seals, sea otters. They also show ship wreck and few marine animals from the boat base. It is nice but not extremely exciting. If you are lucky...More
Did the two hour wreck trip and enjoyed every minute, the ancient kelp reef is amazing with various types of colourful jelly fish I had no idea inhabited our shores along with huge starfish and crabs. The wreck of the Napier has an interesting story...More