Explore Scotland by small boat Splendour. Travel among spectacular scenery, wildlife, heritage and feast on local produce from Argyll and Arran.
Splendour looked splendid, befitting - the ensuite cabins are spacious and luxuriously furnished. Gourmet meals using fresh local produce.
From the Cuillins of Skye to the awesome sight of the Corryvreckan whirlpool, Argyll Cruising will take you to places you could only dream of.
Argyll Cruising offers 9 unique Scottish Cruises, visiting the inlets and islands of Argyll, Arran and the Outer Hebrides. The spectacular Scottish Cruises start from 3 to 13 nights, amongst the beautiful islands and stunning sea lochs of Argyll. With a maximum of 8 guests, this is a highly personalised cruising experience within an idyllic maritime setting.
Owner and Skipper Ted Creek will welcome you onboard the elegant ‘Splendour’, a tastefully converted traditional wooden trawler yacht, which promises the perfect escape. The spacious outdoor decks offer the choice of unwinding on the sun loungers, wildlife watching, perhaps a spot at fishing or choose an invigorating plunge into a secluded bay.VIEW OUR SCOTTISH CRUISES
Going ashore by tender is part of the fun, exploring stunning coastlines, traditional villages, ancient woodlands, castles and world famous whisky distilleries. While out on the tender you might offer to help the crew set creels for crab or perhaps lobster, to be served at the next meal.
After time on deck, exploring on-shore and creating lasting memories, relax in the deck saloon with fellow guests to enjoy the freshest local produce, prepared and cooked by Carleton the on board chef.
Sail under the towering cliffs of Ailsa Craig. The seabird mecca of the Western Isles, with over 40,000 breeding Gannets, 100’s of Puffins, Porpoise and the chance to spot Minke Whales, all from the spacious wildlife watching decks of ‘Splendour’.
With beautiful traditional lines ‘Splendour’ lives up to her name, both outside and in. Fully refurbished, boasting double or twin private ensuite cabins, more than suitable for the modern traveller.