Outer Isles and St Kilda Explorer Holidays
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I have been sailing in these water for many years, but was on Selkie for the first time - a good boat with a hugely experienced skipper who is also... read more
Trip of a lifetime sailing to St Kilda and mooring for the night - and swimming - in Village Bay. Gannets swirling around the stacs like confetti. Dolphins... read more
We went on the first ever Geo Sail on Selkie Explorer exploring the marine and geological wonders of the Inner Hebrides with skipper Celia, first mate Dean and geo-leader Angus.... read more
I discovered Selkie Explorers through a work colleague and knew this kind trip would be an extraordinary experience. My husband and I joined Celia and the Selkie for a 5... read more
We sailed from Eigg to Mallaig in April 2018. Selkie Explorers, skipper Celia, and first mate Sean provide extremely good tuition on the basics of sailing to two first timers.... read more
Back again for a brilliant trip on Selkie to Outer Hebrides and back via Canna, Rum and Eigg. Great sailing, great company, wildlife – otters, puffins and more. More... read more
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Latest blog posts from Selkie Explorers skipper, Celia Bull…
in winter I will spot a little grey sea bird, frantic rapid flaps of stout wings, keeping the small body airborne. More often, I will see them spot Selkie and duck beneath the waves, wings more suited to propel them at great speed to depths and feats only realized recently… these birds are in an elemental battle to survive and soon they will be starting to feed up and colour up. It takes a great amount of effort to achieve the glorious glowing colours of the much-loved puffin.
Selkie’s sailing season is over, brought to a dramatic close by the arrival of the first proper Atlantic storm of autumn: a deep weather system whose isobars run rings around a sea area stretching from the Azores to Svalbard. It just keeps on coming… Monday… Tuesday…...
This season I am very excited to be working with Angus (“the Otter”) Jenkins, a recent graduate of the BA (Hons) Marine and Coastal Tourism course at the School of Adventure Studies in Fort William. Angus will be bringing his learning and his passion for the sea to...