Slow Adventures aboard Selkie provide our guests with more opportunities to engage with remote, wild and nature-rich places – to journey through breathtaking landscapes at a slower, immersive pace, reflecting, reconnecting and simply getting closer to the environment. These voyages are a collaboration with experts in their field. We have worked with yogis, photographers, writers, geologists, runners, biologists, foragers and historians.
Check out details of our Slow Adventures using the links below.
Hebrides Geosails reach the places that normal geology trips don’t reach. We travel with the wind, see the Hebrides from a completely different perspective, take our time to soak up the atmosphere, get in close to the coast to view the geology of inaccessible places.
Selkie Explorers teams up again with Qigong practitioner, historian and wild food forager Camille Dressler for Selkie’s “Spring in the Small Isles” slow adventure. We start our voyage in Mallaig and sail around the Small Isles and lochs of Skye, Knoydart and Ardnamurcan.