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After the success of our original wheelhouse boat, we have gone a step further and have a 40 passenger catamaran on order.. due to start in 2011 More...
We have some very happy previous customers. Read their comments to see what a great time they've had on our trips. More...
Information about marine life you might see. Also download a "UK Whales and Dolphins" chart. More...
General information

Sea.fari Adventures Skye use all weather boats - a 9.5 M RIB(Rigid Inflatable Boat).

A Custom Made Aluminium 'RIB' - which has lots of room and there are only 3 in the country, she is fast and very capable.

A New 48ft Catamaran, which we took delivery of in August - Capable of taking 36 passengers. Great for all ages. We will use this to re-start our full day trips. She is a heated comfortable and fast vessel.

Take a quick look, at the Marine Services header above for a full description of all the boats.

ALL vessels are safety certified every year to the stringent Code of Practice of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) & MECAL. Fully equipped with the latest electronics, including satellite navigation and sonar, the safety requirements even include liferafts, and fully automatic lifejackets.

Along with the fully trained and experienced local skippers, equipped with the knowledge of previous seasons – you are in extremely safe and capable hands.

We now also operate a nautical giftshop, which doubles up as our booking office, on the Pier at Armadale. We offer gifts, binoculars, cameras, fishing gear and specialist gear to purchase for your unique trip with Sea.fari – Skye.

Our priorities are your safety and the safety of the unique mammals found in our waters. We follow a strict code of conduct, approved by all the major foundations.



Location map, Skye
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How to find us

Armadale Bay is on the Isle of Skye, on the A851, near Calligarry and Ardvasar. It can be reached in two ways:

1) By Road & Ferry: From Fort William on the A82 (about 80 miles north of Oban), take the A830 to Mallaig. From there take the Calmac ferry (Click here for Calmac details) to Ardvasar and travel north to Armadale Bay on the A851.

2) By Road: Travel to Kyle of Lochalsh on the A87, reached from the A82 that runs between Fort William and Inverness.
Cross over the The FREE Skye Bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh.
Travel west on the A850 towards Skulamus, just past Breakish, and turn right on to the A851 at Skulamus follow the A851 past Kinloch, Isleornsay or Eilean Iarmain, Saasaig, Kilmore and Kilbeg, then you will reach Armadale Bay.


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