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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...
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"We have had excellent years. with, an average 180 sightings of minke whales per year, the odd school of dolphins and many other species including seals, lots of birdlife; gannets, puffins and shearwaters. We now have 8 years track record to prove it, which no other local operator can compare to.

To be honest we never know what we will see, or what will 'Pop Up' but we can always be sure of the stunning scenery the South end of Skye has to offer."

Pete Fowler
Sea.fari Adventures

Prices for the 2011 trips are:
2 hour trips:
£32 per adult, £24 per child (<15yrs)
Family ticket, 2 adults + 2 children (<15yrs) £98
3 hour Whalespotting Trips:
£42 per adult, £34 per child (<15yrs) Family 2+2 £136


NEW - All day trips Aboard our new boat. (Not Rec for younger children) £85 Per Person

A deposit is required with pre-bookings, all major credit cards accepted.

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Info about Sea.fari trips


Sea.fari Adventures (Skye) will begin scheduled trips again from Easter 2011. The 2 hours trips leaving (to start with 12 - 2) but in the high season from Armadale Pier at 10am - 1 pm (3 hour) 1.30pm - 3.30pm (and a 1 hour trip by demand 4.00-5.00). There are max 12 seats available per Boat. If you're in a group, why not charter the whole boat for a unique memory? 3 hour trips will start after our 1st comfirmed whale sighting.(prob around April/May)

We only require 4 people to sail, so why not get your name down first?

New for 2011 is a dedicated day trip & we will continue this when our new boat arrives: Aboard our 36 passenger catamaran- with a choice of 2 trips - In season this will be a whalespotting day - Taking in the island of Eigg for lunch, then to the North side of Muck, heading back to Armadale through the sound of Rhum - the nature is stunning, and the scenery amazing - there is no other boat operator in these waters - or - our 'Lochs' tour - taking in Loch Nevis, stopping at the most remote pub in Britain (The Old Forge) for lunch, then into Loch Hourn, across to Sandaig (Gavin Maxwell's 'Camusfearna') on to Isle Ornsay Lighthouse, then back to Armadale. This will run from 10 - 4.30 ish.

This trip has no hidden landings, and be assured you will spend the day afloat. The boat has loads of outside room, and inside is heated, and even has a full flushing toilet.(Very Important as we supply hot and cold drinks)

We supply all water/wind proofs(aboard the open boats)and automatic lifejackets. Everyone is seated and we stop often, so you can have a 'leg stretch'. Trips vary, according to what we have been seeing on previous days. A typical trip would be: leave Armadale, head South down the Sound of Sleat, past the most southern tip of Skye, towards the Small Isles (Rhum, Eigg etc) then back up the coast to Armadale. No two are the same.

The 3 hour trip involves covering a greater distance, and if time allows stopping off on the Isle of Eigg for coffee, although for the last 2 years, in season there has been so much to see on the water we have struggled to land - a camera is a must!

Please feel free to email us and you can be sure of a quick reply. There are new things for 2011 and the information pack is now available by email.

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